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Research Professor In the Department of Operative Dentistry and Senior Investigator In the Sheps Center for Health Services Research

University of North Carolina

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University of North Carolina

101 Manning Dr

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514

United States

Company Description

The UNC Health Care System is a not-for-profit integrated health care system owned by the state of North Carolina and based in Chapel Hill. It exists to further the teaching mission of the University of North Carolina and to provide state-of-the-art patie ... more

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Employment History

President of the Behavioral Science and Health Services Research Group

International Association for Dental Research

Agency for Health Research & Quality

Affiliations

Clinical Advisory Board Member
C3 Jian Inc

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Health Services Research

Education

DDS

University of Michigan

DDS

University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill

MPH

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James Bader, DDS, MPH

Dr. Bader is Research Professor in the Operative Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. He is also Senior Research Associate at the Health Services Research Center at UNC, as well as Clinical Associate Professor in Health Policy and Administration at the UNC School of Public Health. He completed his DDS, MPH and Certificate in Dental Public Health at the University of Michigan.
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Dr. Bader was Editor of the Journal of Dental Education from 1986 to 2001. He is currently Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Dental Association for Evidence-Based Dental Practice. He is a past President of the Behavioral Science/Health Services Research Group of the International Association for Dental Research and was a member of the Health Services Research and Dissemination Study Section for the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR). His work on outcomes of care and variations in dentists' treatment decisions has been published in numerous journal articles.


C3 Jian, Inc.

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Dr. James Bader

Dr. Bader is Research Professor in the Operative Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. He is also Senior Research Associate at the Health Services Research Center at UNC, as well as Clinical Associate Professor in Health Policy and Administration at the UNC School of Public Health. He completed his DDS, MPH and Certificate in Dental Public Health at the University of Michigan. Dr. Bader was Editor of the Journal of Dental Education from 1986 to 2001. He is currently Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Dental Association for Evidence-Based Dental Practice. He is a past president of the Behavioral Science/Health Services Research Group of the International Association for Dental Research and was a member of the Health Services Research and Dissemination Study Section for AHCPR. His work on outcomes of care and variations in dentists' treatment decisions has been published in numerous journal articles.


"It's now apparent that you can ...

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"It's now apparent that you can reverse early dental disease" by rebuilding the enamel with prescription-strength toothpaste or a gel supplement, says University of North Carolina dentistry professor James Bader.

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"Study after study shows the mercury in undisturbed amalgam fillings is bonded to the rest of the metals and doesn't leach out," Bader says.
"You need a mouth guard."
Weekend warriors need mouth guards (roughly $145) for contact sports. "We see too many fractured incisors and knocked-out teeth," Bader says. Replacing a tooth with an implant costs $1,988 on average, more than a typical plan's annual cap.
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"If there's a family history of cavities, I would recommend that the molars on children get sealed at age 6 and 12," Bader says.


"It's now apparent that you can ...

www.probenefitsadmin.com [cached]

"It's now apparent that you can reverse early dental disease" by rebuilding the enamel with prescription-strength toothpaste or a gel supplement, says University of North Carolina dentistry professor James Bader.

...
"Study after study shows the mercury in undisturbed amalgam fillings is bonded to the rest of the metals and doesn't leach out," Bader says.
"You need a mouth guard."
Weekend warriors need mouth guards (roughly $145) for contact sports. "We see too many fractured incisors and knocked-out teeth," Bader says. Replacing a tooth with an implant costs $1,988 on average, more than a typical plan's annual cap.
...
"If there's a family history of cavities, I would recommend that the molars on children get sealed at age 6 and 12," Bader says.


"It's now apparent that you can ...

www.probenefitsadmin.com [cached]

"It's now apparent that you can reverse early dental disease" by rebuilding the enamel with prescription-strength toothpaste or a gel supplement, says University of North Carolina dentistry professor James Bader.

...
"Study after study shows the mercury in undisturbed amalgam fillings is bonded to the rest of the metals and doesn't leach out," Bader says.
"You need a mouth guard."
Weekend warriors need mouth guards (roughly $145) for contact sports. "We see too many fractured incisors and knocked-out teeth," Bader says. Replacing a tooth with an implant costs $1,988 on average, more than a typical plan's annual cap.
...
"If there's a family history of cavities, I would recommend that the molars on children get sealed at age 6 and 12," Bader says.

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