Stomatology shows progress

salud-estomatologia-1With improvements in the coverage, quality and accessibility to stomatological service in the territory in order to cover the expectations of the population, professionals in this sector on the Isle of Youth marked the Latin American Day of Stomatology, held every October 3rd in commemoration to the creation of the Latin American Dental Federation in 1917.

Specialists in Isle of Youth develop dissimilar activities marking the Latin American Day of Stomatology, held every October 3rd

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With improvements in the coverage, quality and accessibility to stomatological service in the territory in order to cover the expectations of the population, professionals in this sector on the Isle of Youth marked the Latin American Day of Stomatology, held every October 3rd in commemoration to the creation of the Latin American Dental Federation in 1917.

At present the fulfilment of the indicators of this specialty keeps acceptable with prospects of continue progressing, especially on increasing human resources.

An additional incentive that impels the local dentists to improve the services is to show good results in the consultation per capita, the relationship obturation for extraction (one of the indicators of quality), and conservative activity for dentist, among others.

Respectively Oriol Morales Díaz, municipal head of Stomatology, stressed the importance of strengthening health promotion as an essential tool to ensure better welfare in the future and ensure greater stability in the prosthetic activity. 
Today the territory has a dentist per 900 inhabitants, feasible proportion and one of the best in the country, along with the province Mayabeque.
The celebration that will last until Friday, began yesterday morning with a special meeting in the Dentist clinic on 41 street, where a complex sculptural identifying that institution was inaugurated. The work was done by sculptors of Pablo Porras Gener project and it represents a molar six, the first permanent that sprout in the mouth.
The schedule of activities will continue today, Thursday, with a peregrination in the afternoon to lay a floral wreath to deceased dentists in international missions and in the locality.
A cultural gala will close the celebrations in that medical center tomorrow night, with performances by amateur artists of the Federation of University Students (FEU) and the local artistic talent.