Sato, Pedrazzi V.; De Mattos, S.; Lara, M.; Panzeri, E. H.
July 2004
Perio Reports Newsletter;Jul2004, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p1
Discusses research being done on the efficacy of two tongue-cleaning methods. Reference to a study by V. Pedrazzi et al published in a 2004 issue of "Journal of Periodontology"; Importance of tongue cleaning to the control of halitosis; Compounds responsible for halitosis; Possible sources of bad breath; Comparison of the tongue-cleaning results in using a toothbrush over a tongue scraper.

Tags: TONGUE;  MOUTH -- Care & hygiene;  BAD breath;  TOOTHBRUSHES;  ORAL hygiene products


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