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Clinical Trials – as good as brushing!

The experimental brush was able to remove a significant amount of plaque, particularly on the lingual surfaces, demonstrating its effectiveness for plaque removal when used by care-dependent elderly.

  • Within the limits of this study, the experimental chewable brush was found to be as effective as a manual brush in removing plaque.
  • The chewable brush may be an appropriate oral hygiene adjunct for school children, including children with disabilities.
  • More comprehensive studies are needed before the chewable brush can be recommended for use by high-caries-active children.

The present study showed that a chewable toothbrush can be an alternative to a manual toothbrush for individuals who have difficulty using the generally recommended rolling method as well as those in specific situations. In the future, chewable toothbrushes can be used to manage dental health.

Through the results obtained from the experimental study held within its limitations we can attain an opinion that plaque removal efficiency of electric toothbrush is the highest with manual toothbrush and chewable toothbrush in succession respectively.

The fact that there is no significant difference in the effectiveness of the tested brushes indicates the benefits of using chewable toothbrushes in order to reduce plaque, primarily in the inability to use conventional brushes.

Chewable toothbrushes are equally effective in plaque control when compared to manual toothbrushes. These can be a reliable alternative for children who lack manual dexterity.

The results of the present study showed that all subjects who participated in the study showed a reduction in plaque index scores, whether they  used a CB or  manual toothbrush. It is noteworthy, however, that on the 28thday, subjects who usedchewable toothbrush showed a better reduction in plaque index.

Research reveals that using a chewable toothbrush or manual toothbrush both resulted in effective plaque reduction over time. Chewable toothbrushes have substantial clinical importance in people with disabilities or manual dexterity.

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