March 1922
Journal of Dental Research;Mar1922, Vol. 4 Issue 1, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The author focuses on tooth brushing techniques and the need to teach people on the proper methods of brushing their teeth. He states that ineffective methods of brushing teeth fail to remove food and materials from between teeth and close to the gums. He suggests that small children should be taught effective and proper methods of brushing their teeth.


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