Effects of a short behavioural intervention for dental flossing: randomized-controlled trial on planning when, where and how.

@article{Schz2009EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of a short behavioural intervention for dental flossing: randomized-controlled trial on planning when, where and how.},
  author={Benjamin Sch{\"u}z and Amelie U Wiedemann and Natalie Mallach and Urte Scholz},
  journal={Journal of clinical periodontology},
  year={2009},
  volume={36 6},
  pages={498-505}
}
AIM Regular dental flossing has been widely recommended to prevent periodontal diseases. Nevertheless, compliance is below a desirable level. This study evaluates the effects of a brief behavioural intervention on dental flossing and determines whether the effects of such an intervention are stronger in a specific subgroup of individuals (those intending to floss regularly=implemental mindset). MATERIALS AND METHOD Behavioural intervention (planning when, where and how to floss) trial was… CONTINUE READING
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