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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control

Status of the Art and Science of Dental Plaque Control

by Niklaus P. Lang

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by QUINTESSENCE .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dentistry / oral & maxillofacial medicine,
  • Dentistry - General,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12982126M
    ISBN 103876524288
    ISBN 109783876524283

    Kinane DF. The role of interdental cleaning in effective plaque control: Need for interdental cleaning in primary and secondary prevention. In: Lang NP, Attström R, Löe H, editors. Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control. Berlin: Quintessence; p. [ Links ] Kuhner MK, Raetzke PB. In this book, the Commission of the European Communities presents the proceedings of the Workshop on Solar Central Receiver Projects, held in Varese, I taly, in June This Workshop was supported by all operators of solar tower power plants around the world and, as a result, these proceedings provide a comprehensive overview of the.

      The Role of Manual Toothbrushes in Effective Plaque Control: Advantages and Limitations. In: Proceeding of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control, Eds:Lang NP, Attstrom R, Loe H, pp, Photo courtesy of Jonas Bergsten from Wikimedia Commons. Back to blog. The proceedings of the XI European Workshop of Periodontology ‘Effective Prevention of Periodontal and Peri-implant diseases’ are available online in a free, open-access supplement of the April issue of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology (JCP): Efficacy of patient-administered mechanical and/or chemical plaque control protocols.

      In Lang N P, Attstrom R, Loe H (eds) Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control. pp – Chicago: Quintessence, Google Scholar Jepsen, "The role of manual toothbrushes in effective plaque control: advantages and limitations," in Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control, N. A laboratory based investigation of a new elastic toothbrush head.


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Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control by Niklaus P. Lang Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Maya 4-day workshop was held to consider the role of mechanical plaque control, whether supplemented with chemical agents or not, in the prevention and treatment of dental caries and periodontitis.

The proceedings of this workshop should serve as a follow-up to those of the NIDR's landmark workshop, until now widely regarded as the definitive source for.

European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control ( Bern, Switzerland). Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control. Chicago: Quintessence Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Niklaus Peter Lang; Rolf Attström; Harald Löe.

Buy Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control by Lang, Niklaus P. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book. Get this from a library. Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control: status of the art and science of dental plaque control, Berne, Switzerland, May[Niklaus P Lang; Rolf Attström; H Löe;].

Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control: status of the art and science of dental plaque control: Castle of Münchenwiler, Berne, Switzerland, May/ supported by an educational grant from Oral-B Laboratories, Belmont, California ; edited by Niklaus P.

Lang, Rolf Attström, Harald Löe. Buy Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control by Niklaus P. Lang from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Proceedings of the 11th European Workshop on Periodontology.

The XI European Workshop of Periodontology “Effective Prevention of Periodontal and Peri‐implant diseases” was supported by the European Federation of Periodontology in part through unrestricted educational grants from P&G and J&J.

Guest Editors: Mariano Sanz and Maurizio Tonetti. Jepsen S. Role of manual toothbrushes in effective plaque control: Advantages and limitations.

In: Lang NP, Attstrom R, Love H, editors. Proceedings of European workshop on Mechanical plaque control. 1st ed. Quintessence Publishing: Illinois; p. • At the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control, it was agreed that the features of an ideal manual toothbrush should include (Egelberg & Claffey ): • 1.

Handle size appropriate to user age and dexterity so that the brush can easily and efficiently be manipulated • 2. Mechanical plaque control, as measured by the oral hygiene effort of the individual patient, is the most important predictive factor in determining the overall prognosis of the treatment therapy.

Mechanical plaque control is the removal of microbial plaque and the prevention of accumulation on the teeth and adjacent gingival surface by the use. The 3rd European Workshop on Periodontology, held infocused on implant dentistry, including surfaces, tissue integration, clinical trials, maintenance and complications, prosthodontics and esthetics, and compromised sites.

A worthy addition to the previous two proceedings volumes, this collection fully informs clinicians and researchers about the impact.

The terms interproximal and interdental may be used interchangeably and refer to the area under and related to the contact point (European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control in ). The toothbrush does not reach the proximal surfaces of teeth as efficiently as it does for the facial, lingual, and occlusal aspects, nor does it reach into.

A fundamental principle for all preventive action is that the positive effect is greatest where the risk for disease is greatest. The effectiveness of plaque control by self-care depends on motivation, knowledge, oral hygiene instruction, oral hygiene aids and manual dexterity.

An up-to-date needs-related combination of mechanical and chemical plaque control measures by self-care and. Lang NP, Attstrom R, Löe HA (Eds.), Proceedings of the European workshop on mechanical plaque control, Quintessence Publishing Co. plaque control: need for interdental cleaning in primary and secondary prevention.

In: Lang NP, Attstrom R, Loe H, editors. Proceedings of the European workshop on mechanical plaque control. Chicago: Quintessence; p.

Conflict of interest: none declared Self-test questions The following statements are either true or false. Mechanical plaque removal with a manual toothbrush remains the primary method of maintaining good oral hygiene for the majority of the population. There was a lack of data on common manual tooth brush (control) compared with different types of powered toothbrushes.

Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control. Jepsen S. The role of manual toothbrushes in effective plaque control: advantages and limitations. In: Lang NP, Attstrom R, Löe H, editors. Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical plaque control: status of the art and science of dental plaque control: Castle of München-wiler, Berne, Switzerland, MayPlaque control is the most essential Step towards maintaining a proper and a healthy Oral Environment.

What is Dental Plaque: It is a highly specific variable structural entity formed by sequential colonization of microorganisms on the tooth surface, epithelium and Restorations. The natural physiologic forces that clean the oral cavity are in-efficient in removing Dental Plaque. Author(s): Lang,Niklaus Peter; Attström,Rolf; Löe,Harald; European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control,( Bern, Switzerland) Title(s): Proceedings of the European Workshop on Mechanical Plaque Control: status of the art and science of dental plaque control: Castle of Münchenwiler, Berne, Switzerland, May/ edited by Niklaus P.

Harald Loe is the author of Proceedings Of The European Workshop On Mechanical Plaque Control ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and 4/5(1). mechanical plaque control measures. In most studies concerned with the effect of mechanical plaque control on dental caries it is difficult to separate the effects of the mechanical plaque con-trol per se and the simultaneous application of flu-orides.

However, there is evidence supporting the fact that mechanical plaque removal itself.Jepsen, S. Role of manual toothbrushes in effective plaque control: Advantages and limitations.

Proceedings of European workshop on Mechanical plaque control 1stedn. () Quintessence Publishing 9. Kim, J.H.A review of mechanical dental plaque control. Surgical restorative resource. Improving the world through engineering, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the fastest growing professional engineering organisations in the world.