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Powered toothbrushes may reduce plaque and gingivitis at least as effectively as manual toothbrushing

Authors
Journal
Journal of Evidence Based Dental Practice
1532-3382
Publisher
Elsevier - Mosby
Publication Date
Volume
5
Issue
3
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/j.jebdp.2005.06.007

Abstract

Original Article Deery C, Heanue M, Deacon S, Robinson PG, Walmsley AD, Worthington H, et al. The effectiveness of manual versus powered toothbrushes for dental health: a systematic review. J Dent 2004;32(3):197-211. Level of Evidence 1 Purpose The purpose of this study was to compare manual and powered toothbrushes in relation to removal of plaque and gingival health, using meta-analysis of published randomized controlled trials. Source of Funding Cochrane Oral Health Group Type of Study/Design Systematic review of randomized controlled trials

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