Fluoride varnish application by nurse practitioners during global missions: A sustainable means to promote health
Molli Megan Oldenburg, DNP, School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA
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Oral health disparities plague individuals all around the world. Educating nurse practitioner students on oral systemic health and training them on the application of inexpensive and time efficient fluoride varnish is a major step to improve oral systemic health.
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