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Tenders are invited for Procurement of Oral irrigation device under Dental Machinery Group
14) Oral irrigation was reviewed in 2008 (15) and 2010.
Comparison between electric tooth brushing and manual tooth brushing, With and without oral irrigation, for oral hygiene of orthodontic patients.
While bacteremia following toothbrushing, dental flossing and oral irrigation is low intensity, the intensity has been shown to increase over baseline for all of these oral hygiene techniques.
11 Frequent oral hygiene measures include individual practices such as regular tooth brushing, flossing and use of mouth washes and professional measures such as oral prophylaxis and oral irrigation can minimise the severity of gingivitis.
Comparison between electric tooth-brushing and manual tooth-brushing, with and without oral irrigation, for oral hygiene of orthodontic patients.
Dentists have started to become aware and are now recommending oral irrigation," said Patty Mueller, chief executive officer of Idea Factory.
Other studies have found that oral irrigation with MW reduces calculus formation (but not plaque) on teeth.
20) However, for maximum patient benefit, the addition of oral irrigation can further enhance gingivitis and bleeding on probing reductions (10-14,16,17) as well as control subgingival bacteria (12,15) and modify the host immune response (10,11) (see Figures 1 and 2).
The custom-designed cap snugly fits any nasal opening and can adapt to a powered oral irrigation system, such as Waterpik or Interplak.