• The Importance of Mouthwash

    Mechanical cleaning by toothbrushing and flossing has been the cornerstone of periodontal therapy. However, these mechanical routines, for various reasons, do not appear to be enough as the prevalence of gum problems are high. Read on to learn how best to supplement mechanical plaque removal and boost oral health.

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  • There’s more to good dental care than just brushing your teeth

    While brushing the teeth is essential, the condition of the soft tissues in one’s oral cavity also requires attention. The tongue, for example, is an excellent environment to harbor oral debris and microorganisms, which contribute to formation of dental plaque. Read on to learn how to address all aspects of oral health towards a holistic

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  • Efficacy of toothbrush types on gingivitis and plaque

    The toothbrush or tooth brushing is a contributing factor for gingival abrasion. One clinical study has reported a significant relationship between bristle hardness and the degree of gingival abrasion. Read further to know about the impact of toothbrush types of bristles on gingival abrasion.

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  • Add more hands to your brushing

    We are taught tooth brushing techniques since kindergarten. We are overloaded with recommendations to promote oral health. A great variety of oral hygiene utilities are available to us, and yet our teeth are not as clean as they should be! Why does the problem persist? Read on to go back to the very basic issues

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  • Comparative Efficacy of New Toothbrush Designs on Established Gingivitis and Supragingival Plaque

    Tooth brushing remains one of the most common procedures to remove plaque and prevent gingivitis, with an estimated 90% of the population of developed countries using a toothbrush up to twice a day. There are a number of laboratory methodologies available to evaluate the cleaning efficacy of new toothbrush designs. This article details out the

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  • Clinical practice guidelines for dental restorations

    Treatment plans to address tooth-borne or implant-borne restorations require careful diagnosis, risk assessment, treatment planning, meticulous execution of care, a long-term partnership with the patient and a good treatment team to maintain an enduring result. A good recall and maintenance regimen thus becomes critical. Find out what constitutes an appropriate patient recall regimen, professional maintenance

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  • Don’t Rush for Any Brush – Aid in Selection of Right Toothbrush

    Teeth-cleaning is an imperative part of oral hygiene. Selection of the right toothbrush is critical in order to avoid dental complications like trauma to the gingival tissues resulting in gingival abrasion. Mechanical cleaning of plaque with tapered bristle toothbrush proves to be the most efficient means to physically remove dental plaque.

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