The impact of powered and manual toothbrushing on incipient gingival recession.

@article{McCracken2009TheIO,
  title={The impact of powered and manual toothbrushing on incipient gingival recession.},
  author={Giles I McCracken and Lynne Heasman and Fiona G. Stacey and Moira Swan and N. W. Steen and Marko de Jager and Peter A. Heasman},
  journal={Journal of clinical periodontology},
  year={2009},
  volume={36 11},
  pages={950-7}
}
AIM To compare clinical effects of manual and powered toothbrushes on sites of localized gingival recession over 12 months. To evaluate patterns and the extent of toothbrush bristle wear. METHODS A longitudinal, single-blind, randomized, parallel group clinical trial compared the effects of one manual and one powered toothbrush on incipient lesions of localized gingival recession. Toothbrush wear was evaluated concurrently by wear index and wear rating. RESULTS Sixty patients were recruited… CONTINUE READING
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