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1952 9
1953 5
1954 3
1955 5
1956 5
1957 3
1958 1
1959 1
1960 1
1962 5
1963 2
1964 15
1965 30
1966 38
1967 40
1968 29
1969 28
1970 30
1971 35
1972 22
1973 20
1974 34
1975 54
1976 40
1977 52
1978 54
1979 63
1980 47
1981 43
1982 44
1983 54
1984 44
1985 59
1986 57
1987 50
1988 53
1989 70
1990 57
1991 49
1992 40
1993 54
1994 58
1995 42
1996 46
1997 48
1998 53
1999 37
2000 47
2001 66
2002 84
2003 71
2004 95
2005 79
2006 83
2007 85
2008 85
2009 83
2010 84
2011 106
2012 122
2013 106
2014 130
2015 113
2016 109
2017 101
2018 101
2019 86
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Fact or Fiction? Powered Toothbrushing is More Effective than Manual Toothbrushing.
Goh EX and Lim LP. Oral Health Prev Dent 2017 - Review. PMID 28232971
RESULTS: Powered toothbrushes have been found to be as effective as manual toothbrushes in removing plaque and reducing gingival inflammation. ...Among the powered toothbrushes, there is evidence to suggest that rotation-oscillation toothbrushes may be more effective than others. ...
RESULTS: Powered toothbrushes have been found to be as effective as manual toothbrushes in removing plaque and reducing gingiv …
Toothbrushing: to the best of one's abilities is possibly not good enough.
Deinzer R, et al. BMC Oral Health 2018. PMID 30340623 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Weaknesses in toothbrushing performance can be seen when young adults are instructed to perform habitual toothbrushing. ...CONCLUSIONS: Toothbrushing to the best of one's abilities might still not be good enough. Young adults apparently lack a reasonable concept of what is meant by high quality toothbrushing. ...
BACKGROUND: Weaknesses in toothbrushing performance can be seen when young adults are instructed to perform habitual toothbrushing
Supervised toothbrushing programs in primary schools and early childhood settings: A scoping review.
Dickson-Swift V, et al. Community Dent Health 2017 - Review. PMID 29119741
Supervised toothbrushing programs in schools and other early childhood settings can be effective in improving the oral health of young children. ...Toothbrush type and storage, toothpaste strength and method of dispensing, toothbrush storage, staff training and parental consent are key considerations that varied widely. ...
Supervised toothbrushing programs in schools and other early childhood settings can be effective in improving the oral health of youn …
Parental supervision for their children's toothbrushing: Mediating effects of planning, self-efficacy, and action control.
Hamilton K, et al. Br J Health Psychol 2018. PMID 29349924
The model was a good fit to the data, explaining 74% of the variance in parents' supervising behaviour for their children's toothbrushing. ...Self-regulatory skills are needed for parents to supervise their children's toothbrushings. Self-efficacy, planning, and action control are important self-regulatory skills in this context. ...
The model was a good fit to the data, explaining 74% of the variance in parents' supervising behaviour for their children's toothbrushing
Toothbrushing behavior in children - an observational study of toothbrushing performance in 12 year olds.
Deinzer R, et al. BMC Oral Health 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 31035974 Free PMC article.
N = 174 children at the age of 12 were thus randomly selected from two German towns and were asked to perform toothbrushing to the best of their abilities in front of a mirror which also served as a camera. ...Future research is needed to better understand which factors impede adoption of toothbrushing recommendations in children and which efforts are necessary to improve their toothbrushing abilities....
N = 174 children at the age of 12 were thus randomly selected from two German towns and were asked to perform toothbrushing to the be …
Trends in toothbrushing in 20 countries/regions from 1994 to 2010.
Honkala S, et al. Eur J Public Health 2015. PMID 25805781
RESULTS: Prevalence of recommended toothbrushing behaviour increased in all countries except in Scandinavia, which had already attained a very high level in 1994. ...CONCLUSION: Recommended toothbrushing frequency increased in most of the studied countries/regions and differences between the countries diminished during 2004-2010....
RESULTS: Prevalence of recommended toothbrushing behaviour increased in all countries except in Scandinavia, which had already attain …
Toothbrushing and flossing behaviour in young adults--a video observation.
Winterfeld T, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2015. PMID 25187263
Toothbrush and floss were provided; habitual brushing/flossing was videotaped in a standardised setting and analysed with the video coding software INTERACT. Parameters of interest were toothbrushing duration, type of brushing strokes, brushing patterns, flossed interproximal spaces and flossing technique. ...
Toothbrush and floss were provided; habitual brushing/flossing was videotaped in a standardised setting and analysed with the video c
Safety of oscillating-rotating powered brushes compared to manual toothbrushes: a systematic review.
Van der Weijden FA, et al. J Periodontol 2011 - Review. PMID 20831367 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Oscillating-rotating power toothbrushes have been proven clinically efficacious. To our knowledge, a comprehensive review of all clinical and laboratory investigations solely comparing the safety of these toothbrushes to the standard of care (i.e., manual toothbrushes) has not been published. ...CONCLUSION: A large body of published research in the preceding 2 decades has consistently shown oscillating-rotating toothbrushes to be safe compared to manual toothbrushes, demonstrating that these power toothbrushes do not pose a clinically relevant concern to hard or soft tissues....
BACKGROUND: Oscillating-rotating power toothbrushes have been proven clinically efficacious. To our knowledge, a comprehensive review …
Comparative Analysis of the Efficacy of Dental Plaque Removal Between Manual and Powered Toothbrushes in Individuals With Syndactyly.
Kaizer ROF, et al. J Craniofac Surg 2018. PMID 29944557
The efficacy of toothbrushing was evaluated by the O'Leary plaque index at 2 periods: initial (before toothbrushing) and final (immediately after toothbrushing), using manual toothbrush (Colgate Twister) and powered toothbrush (Colgate Actibrush). ...The powered toothbrush provided greater reduction of dental plaque than the manual toothbrush. CONCLUSION: In individuals with syndactyly, both manual and powered toothbrushes allowed significant plaque reduction on tooth surfaces; however, the powered toothbrush exhibited greater efficacy of plaque removal compared with the manual toothbrush....
The efficacy of toothbrushing was evaluated by the O'Leary plaque index at 2 periods: initial (before toothbrushing) and final …
Comparison of modified Bass technique with normal toothbrushing practices for efficacy in supragingival plaque removal.
Poyato-Ferrera M, et al. Int J Dent Hyg 2003. PMID 16451532
OBJECTIVES: This study was designed to compare the efficacy in supragingival plaque removal of normal toothbrushing practices and a particular toothbrushing technique, the modified Bass method. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: The research consisted of two identical experiments with two toothbrushing methods: the normal toothbrushing practices and the modified Bass technique. ...
OBJECTIVES: This study was designed to compare the efficacy in supragingival plaque removal of normal toothbrushing practices and a p …
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