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1945 1
1946 5
1947 5
1948 5
1949 5
1950 6
1951 7
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 37
1966 63
1967 87
1968 86
1969 89
1970 94
1971 108
1972 90
1973 97
1974 124
1975 123
1976 88
1977 101
1978 98
1979 120
1980 96
1981 83
1982 95
1983 117
1984 104
1985 125
1986 96
1987 81
1988 79
1989 100
1990 116
1991 109
1992 89
1993 95
1994 107
1995 102
1996 93
1997 114
1998 109
1999 83
2000 109
2001 155
2002 168
2003 149
2004 188
2005 174
2006 186
2007 179
2008 216
2009 221
2010 234
2011 295
2012 340
2013 343
2014 340
2015 314
2016 242
2017 196
2018 227
2019 178
2020 13
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Evidence for the occurrence of gingival recession and non-carious cervical lesions as a consequence of traumatic toothbrushing.
Heasman PA, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2015 - Review. PMID 25495508
Thirteen cross-sectional studies identified the most frequent toothbrushing factors associated with gingival recession as being toothbrushing frequency, a horizontal or scrub toothbrushing method, bristle hardness, toothbrushing duration and the frequency of changing a toothbrush. The principal toothbrushing factors associated with NCCLs were toothbrushing method and frequency. CONCLUSION: The data to support or refute the association between toothbrushing and gingival recession and NCCLs remain largely inconclusive....
Thirteen cross-sectional studies identified the most frequent toothbrushing factors associated with gingival recession as being to
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 …
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
Interdental brushing for the prevention and control of periodontal diseases and dental caries in adults
Poklepovic T, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2013 - Review. PMID 24353078
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OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effects of interdental brushing in addition to toothbrushing, as compared with toothbrushing alone or toothbrushing and flossing for the prevention and control of periodontal diseases, dental plaque and dental caries. ...The interventions were a combination of toothbrushing and any interdental brushing procedure compared with toothbrushing only or toothbrushing and flossing. ...
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effects of interdental brushing in addition to toothbrushing, as compared with toothbrushing alone …
A comparative assessment of plaque removal and toothbrushing compliance between a manual and an interactive power toothbrush among adolescents: a single-center, single-blind randomized controlled trial.
Erbe C, et al. BMC Oral Health 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30075780 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Many adolescents have poor plaque control and sub-optimal toothbrushing behavior. Therefore, we compared the efficacy of an interactive power toothbrush (IPT) to a manual toothbrush (MT) for reducing dental plaque and improving toothbrushing compliance. METHODS: In this randomized, parallel single-blind clinical study, adolescents brushed twice daily with either a MT (Oral-B® Indicator soft manual toothbrush) or an IPT (Oral-B® ProfessionalCare 6000 with Bluetooth). ...
BACKGROUND: Many adolescents have poor plaque control and sub-optimal toothbrushing behavior. Therefore, we compared the efficacy of …
Toothbrush wear in relation to toothbrushing effectiveness.
Van Leeuwen MPC, et al. Int J Dent Hyg 2019. PMID 30326176
OBJECTIVE: To investigate to what extent the degree of toothbrush wear of 3-month-old manual toothbrushes influence plaque scores. ...CONCLUSION: Toothbrush wear per individual patient is fairly consistent. Toothbrushes with extreme wear were less effective than those with no or light wear. ...
OBJECTIVE: To investigate to what extent the degree of toothbrush wear of 3-month-old manual toothbrushes influence plaque sco …
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 …
Toothbrush abrasivity in a long-term simulation on human dentin depends on brushing mode and bristle arrangement.
Bizhang M, et al. PLoS One 2017. PMID 28222156 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: The mean (standard deviation) surface loss was 21.03 (±1.26) μm for the sonic toothbrush, 15.71 (±0.85) μm for the oscillating-rotating toothbrush, 6.13 (±1.24) μm for the manual toothbrush with flat trim brush head and 2.50 (±0.43) μm for the manual toothbrush with rippled-shaped brush head. ...CONCLUSION: Using the same brushing force and a highly abrasive toothpaste, manual toothbrushes are significantly less abrasive compared to power toothbrushes for an 8.5-year simulation....
RESULTS: The mean (standard deviation) surface loss was 21.03 (±1.26) μm for the sonic toothbrush, 15.71 (±0.85) μm for the oscillati …
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