In developed nations such as Canada, citizens might assume that governing authorities legitimately and competently act to provide them with economic and social security. Citizens provide information to government officials on the adverse effects of the inequitable distribution of income and services with the expectation that they will respond.

The goal is to reduce the impact of caries development by intervening as soon as possible to manage further tooth destruction and reversing the caries process in favor of remineralization. Ideally, the management of early caries lesions should involve the least invasive approach capable of preventing disease progression and empowering the patient to improve and maintain their own oral health.

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The idea of basic income is getting more attention these days than it has for many years. In the past we may have known it as guaranteed annual income (GAI), and nowadays we also hear basic income guarantee (BIG), basic livable income, universal basic income (UBI), and some other variations. Why this current spike in interest?

This website was designed for oral health professionals interested in working in northern, remote and underserved communities in Canada and for clinics in these areas. It was developed by a group of the Faculty of Dentistry at McGill University with several partners and a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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