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Oral Health Research Topics

Research

The Latest Information

As a leader in oral care, Crest Oral-B has a robust research program on oral health conditions, products, ingredients, and technologies. This section provides quick links to the latest research findings, and other related material, on key search topics.


ORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

Gingivitis and Plaque

Gingivitis and Plaque

Crest Oral-B offers numerous mechanical and chemical solutions to reduce gingival inflammation and bleeding and improve plaque control. These products are supported by years of research, including randomized clinical trials. In addition, Crest Oral-B has conducted research to better understand how gingivitis develops and resolves on a molecular level.
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Dentin Hypersensitivity

Dentin Hypersensitivity

Dentin hypersensitivity can affect your patients’ diet as well as their hygiene routine, as they may avoid sensitive areas. Crest Oral-B has conducted clinical and laboratory research to understand the etiology of this common condition and evaluate the effectiveness of products designed to treat and prevent dentin hypersensitivity.
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Caries

Caries

The heritage of Crest dentifrice is built on years of caries and fluoride research. Studies have looked at caries prevalence, risk factors, methods and models to assess caries, the efficacy of fluoride dentifrices, and much more.
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INGREDIENTS AND TECHNOLOGIES

Stannous Fluoride

Stannous Fluoride

Stannous fluoride is the only popular fluoride that protects against caries, plaque, gingivitis, dentinal hypersensitivity, and breath malodor. Numerous studies have been conducted demonstrating the broad range of benefits provided by this important ingredient.
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Digital Imaging

Digital Imaging

Digital imaging is an innovative, objective technique used to measure cosmetic and health outcomes, such as tooth whitening, plaque, and gingivitis. Over one hundred references are found in the database utilizing this advanced technology.
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Oscillating-Rotating Electric Toothbrush Technology

Oscillating-Rotating Electric Toothbrush Technology

The oscillating-rotating electric toothbrush technology pioneered by Oral-B is supported by a plethora of clinical studies. Research demonstrates the safety and efficacy of oscillating-rotating electric toothbrushes for plaque removal, extrinsic stain removal, and gingivitis reduction.
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OTHER TOPICS

Regimen

Regimen

To demonstrate the benefits of combining leading mechanical and chemical actions, particularly for those products designed for specific patient types, Crest Oral-B has conducted numerous studies involving product regimens.
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Compliance

Compliance

Compliance with daily oral hygiene is critical to achieving good oral health. It is also one of the most challenging aspects of patient care. That’s why Crest Oral-B has incorporated and tested innovative product features specifically designed to engage and motivate patients to achieve optimal oral hygiene at home.
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Other

Other Topics

The dentalcare Research database has over 700 abstracts and papers on oral health conditions and Crest Oral-B products, ingredients, and technologies. See the research database for full search options.
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