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Oral Hygiene (Dental Hygiene)

The practice of personal hygiene of the mouth. It includes the maintenance of oral cleanliness, tissue tone, and general preservation of oral health.
Also Known As:
Dental Hygiene; Hygiene, Dental; Hygiene, Oral
Networked: 5976 relevant articles (309 outcomes, 912 trials/studies)

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Experts

1. Song, Tae-Jin: 14 articles (01/2022 - 01/2020)
2. McGrath, Colman: 14 articles (01/2021 - 02/2013)
3. Lang, Niklaus P: 13 articles (01/2022 - 01/2002)
4. Scannapieco, Frank A: 11 articles (04/2021 - 12/2003)
5. Sculean, Anton: 9 articles (01/2022 - 08/2006)
6. Chang, Yoonkyung: 9 articles (11/2021 - 01/2020)
7. Salvi, Giovanni E: 9 articles (01/2021 - 01/2009)
8. Van der Weijden, G A: 9 articles (11/2014 - 06/2005)
9. Sreenivasan, Prem K: 8 articles (11/2022 - 03/2008)
10. Deinzer, Renate: 8 articles (01/2022 - 07/2004)

Related Diseases

1. Gingivitis
2. Hemorrhage
3. Dental Caries (Decay, Dental)
4. Inflammation (Inflammations)
04/01/1987 - "Four conclusions can be drawn from the findings of this study: the presence of an orthodontic appliance did not result in an increase of plaque accumulation or gingival inflammation for the full-banded orthodontic patient; monthly oral hygiene instruction was effective in significantly reducing the amount of visible plaque and gingival inflammation; monthly rubber-cup prophylaxis had a significant effect in reducing the gingival enlargement routinely associated with a fixed orthodontic appliance; and the width of attached gingiva showed no significant change throughout the course of the study."
01/01/2022 - "Conclusion Simple periodontal treatment combined with orthodontic treatment can effectively reduce inflammation in PD patients, improve their periodontal condition, promote periodontal tissue regeneration and repair, reduce tooth loosening, and improve masticatory function and aesthetics; moreover, it is beneficial for patients to maintain good oral hygiene for a long time, which is worthy of clinical application."
10/01/2006 - "A good standard of oral hygiene and inflammation-free periodontal tissue in the postoperative phase improved the treatment outcome."
10/01/2006 - "A good standard of oral hygiene and inflammation-free periodontal tissue in the postoperative phase improved the treatment outcome. "
06/01/2005 - "However oral status, such as status of oral hygiene, inflammation of gingiva, oral malodor, and lactobacillus count significantly improved in both groups. "
5. Periodontal Diseases (Periodontal Disease)

Related Drugs and Biologics

1. Fluorides
2. Chlorhexidine
3. Toothpastes
4. Dentifrices (Dentifrice)
5. Listerine
6. Anti-Bacterial Agents (Antibiotics)
7. chlorhexidine gluconate (Dyna-Hex)
8. Mouthwashes
9. Tin Fluorides (Floran)
10. Local Anti-Infective Agents (Antiseptics)

Related Therapies and Procedures

1. Therapeutics
2. Toothbrushing
3. Home Nursing (Nursing, Home)
4. Debridement
5. Dental Care