toothbrushing


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toothbrushing

(ˈtuːθˌbrʌʃɪŋ)
n
the activity of using a toothbrush to clean one's teeth
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Harris notes that consumers are increasingly focused on oral health care as part of overall health and looking to improve their toothbrushing habits through the use of power toothbrushes.
Those ages 18-25 years with toothbrushing frequency of 2 times daily were eligible for inclusion in the study.
Thus, we aimed to compare the short-term antibacterial efficacy of silver nanoparticle-containing toothbrushes with standard toothbrushing with commercially available dentifrices.
Toothbrushes were to be dried at room temperature for 4 hours, simulating the interval between toothbrushing sessions.
An updated systematic review of the literature has been published that compares powered versus manual toothbrushing for the maintenance of oral health.
Ichinohe, "The most effective toothbrushing force," Pediatric Dental Journal, vol.
Aim: This was to compare the incidence of bacteraemia following toothbrushing using ultrasonic, powered or conventional manual children's toothbrushes.
Proper toothbrushing plays a key role in preventing tooth decay and gum disease.
The primary sales driver for these products are licensed characters that add a fun element to the task of toothbrushing. Zooth Inc., which targets this market with toothbrushes that feature sculpted handles shaped like popular cartoon characters, has been a leader in developing this market, achieving sales gains for five straight years in the process.
A validated questionnaire was used to collect descriptive data regarding toothbrushing habits.