The effect of two commercial antibacterial mouthrinses on plaque growth in vivo.

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An experimental study was designed to compare the claimed antibacterial effect of Betadine and Blend-a-med Fluid with the known plaque growth inhibiting effect of a 0.2% aqueous solution of chlorhexidine digluconate (Hibitane). Before the test perios for 5 days. During the following week they cleaned their teeth mechanically with toothbrush and toothpicks… (More)

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@article{Saxn1976TheEO, title={The effect of two commercial antibacterial mouthrinses on plaque growth in vivo.}, author={Lauri Sax{\'e}n and O Harjola and J K Ainamo}, journal={Journal of clinical periodontology}, year={1976}, volume={3 4}, pages={195-9} }