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1965 1
1966 3
1967 3
1968 1
1969 3
1970 2
1971 8
1972 9
1973 15
1974 6
1975 18
1976 6
1977 12
1978 18
1979 19
1980 20
1981 14
1982 15
1983 14
1984 6
1985 14
1986 11
1987 21
1988 19
1989 33
1990 20
1991 26
1992 19
1993 21
1994 25
1995 16
1996 19
1997 20
1998 15
1999 7
2000 20
2001 12
2002 23
2003 18
2004 21
2005 17
2006 13
2007 14
2008 16
2009 16
2010 20
2011 23
2012 25
2013 20
2014 28
2015 32
2016 11
2017 16
2018 29
2019 11
2020 2
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Primary prevention of periodontitis: managing gingivitis.
Chapple IL, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2015 - Review. PMID 25639826
AIM: The aims of this working group were to systematically review the evidence for primary prevention of periodontitis by preventing gingivitis via four approaches: 1) the efficacy of mechanical self-administered plaque control regimes; 2) the efficacy of self-administered inter-dental mechanical plaque control; 3) the efficacy of adjunctive chemical plaque control; and 4) anti-inflammatory (sole or adjunctive) approaches. ...In patients with gingivitis once daily inter-dental cleaning is recommended and the adjunctive use of chemical plaque control agents offers advantages in this group....
AIM: The aims of this working group were to systematically review the evidence for primary prevention of periodontitis by preventing …
Control of Plaque and Gingivitis by an Herbal Toothpaste - A Randomised Controlled Study.
Geidel A, et al. Oral Health Prev Dent 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28993821
PURPOSE: To compare the efficacy of an herbal toothpaste with two other chemically active toothpastes regarding plaque and gingivitis control. ...CONCLUSION: During the study period of 24 weeks, the herbal toothpaste was as good as the control toothpastes. No side effects were seen. ...
PURPOSE: To compare the efficacy of an herbal toothpaste with two other chemically active toothpastes regarding plaque and gingivitis
The effectiveness of interproximal oral hygiene aids
Richards D. Evid Based Dent 2018 - Review. PMID 30573859
A range of interproximal oral hygiene aids were tested including flossing (FL), powered flossing (FL2), toothpicks (TP), toothpicks and intensive oral hygiene instructions (TO), water jet irrigation devices (WJ), interdental brushes (IB), gum massaging devices (MD), toothbrush only (Ctrl), powered, electric, sonic toothbrush (Powered Ctrl) and powered control and water jet (PW). ...The interdental brush was seen to be more efficacious than the majority of the alternative oral hygiene aids with a mean effect of 0.34 reduction in GI as compared with control (95% CI: 0.12, 0.56).ConclusionsIn the absence of strong evidence about IOH aids differences in the impact on patients, practitioners should customise IOH aid recommendations and offer alternatives rather than insisting on instruction on the use of a universally recommended cleaning aid. ...
A range of interproximal oral hygiene aids were tested including flossing (FL), powered flossing (FL2), toothpicks (TP), toothpicks and inte …
Randomized clinical trial on the efficacy of electric and manual toothbrushes in plaque removal and gingivitis control in visually impaired school students.
Cui TQ, et al. Quintessence Int 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28439574
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the efficacy of electric or manual toothbrushes in plaque removal and gingivitis control in visually impaired adolescents. ...CONCLUSION: An electric toothbrush reduced plaque and gingivitis more than manual toothbrushing among visually impaired school children....
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the efficacy of electric or manual toothbrushes in plaque removal and gingivitis control in visually im …
Efficacy of inter-dental mechanical plaque control in managing gingivitis--a meta-review.
Sälzer S, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2015 - Review. PMID 25581718
Weak evidence of unclear or small magnitude was retrieved that supported dental floss, woodsticks and the oral irrigator to reduce gingivitis in addition to toothbrushing. ...All investigated devices for inter-dental self-care seem to support the management of gingivitis, however, to a varying extend....
Weak evidence of unclear or small magnitude was retrieved that supported dental floss, woodsticks and the oral irrigator to reduce gingiv
The plaque and gingivitis inhibiting capacity of a commercially available mouthwash containing essential oils and ethyl lauroyl arginate. A randomized clinical trial.
Valør LO, et al. Acta Odontol Scand 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29216779
The aim of this study was to compare the plaque and gingivitis inhibiting effect of the commercial product containing essential oils with ethyl lauroyl arginate with one placebo and one negative control in a modified experimental gingivitis model. ...Plaque and gingivitis scores were obtained at baseline and d 21. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: Although the commercial product containing essential oils with ethyl lauroyl arginate performed statistically significantly better regarding average plaque scores on all surfaces combined than the placebo (p = .018) and negative control (p = .003) when no mechanical tooth cleaning was performed, the product still left the patient with enough plaque to cause gingivitis and thus seemed of questionable clinical benefit to the patient. ...
The aim of this study was to compare the plaque and gingivitis inhibiting effect of the commercial product containing essential oils …
Efficacy of green tea-based mouthwashes on dental plaque and gingival inflammation: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Mathur A, et al. Indian J Dent Res 2018 - Review. PMID 29652019 Free article.
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to conduct a systematic review and if appropriate a meta-analysis of the efficacy of daily rinsing with green tea-based mouthwashes in terms of plaque index (PI) and/or gingival index (GI) as compared to other mouthwashes in plaque-induced gingivitis patients. ...
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to conduct a systematic review and if appropriate a meta-analysis of the efficacy of daily rinsing …
Aloe vera herbal dentifrices for plaque and gingivitis control: a systematic review.
Dhingra K. Oral Dis 2014 - Review. PMID 23607360
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effectiveness of aloe vera containing herbal dentifrices in improving plaque control and gingival health. ...These randomized controlled trials reported that aloe vera dentifrices were similar in efficacy to control dentifrices in effectively reducing plaque and gingival inflammation in gingivitis patients based on the assessment of clinical, microbiological, and patient-centered treatment outcomes. ...
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effectiveness of aloe vera containing herbal dentifrices in improving plaque control and gingival health. …
The efficacy of a herbal-based toothpaste in the control of plaque and gingivitis: a clinico-biochemical study.
George J, et al. Indian J Dent Res 2009 - Clinical Trial. PMID 20139575 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: A double-blinded controlled clinical trial with parallel groups was designed to investigate the effectiveness of a herbal-based toothpaste in the control of plaque and gingivitis as compared with a conventional dentifrice. ...CONCLUSION: It was however concluded that the herbal-based toothpaste was as effective as the conventionally formulated dentifrice in the control of plaque and gingivitis....
OBJECTIVE: A double-blinded controlled clinical trial with parallel groups was designed to investigate the effectiveness of a herbal-based t …
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