An occasionally irregular blog about orthodontics

Tag: gingival health

Does Body Mass Index influence orthodontic related oral health?

Does Body Mass Index influence orthodontic related oral health?

Does Body Mass Index influence orthodontic related oral health? I am now returning to the blog by posting some shorter posts over the next few weeks. I am also not 100% after my surgery, so please ignore any typos etc!  I came across this paper that has recently been published in the advance access section […]

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Does rubbing an essential oil on gums reduce inflammation for orthodontic patients? A Trial.

Does rubbing an essential oil on gums reduce inflammation for orthodontic patients? A Trial.

By on August 24, 2015 in Clinical Research, Recent posts with 6 Comments

Do anti-oxidant essential oils reduce gingival inflammation for orthodontic patients? Every now and then a paper is published that stands out because it reports on a study that is rather unusual for orthodontic research. This paper is clearly different as the authors report on new research using an anti oxidant and essential oil mixture for […]

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New systematic  reviews on orthodontics and gingival health.

New systematic reviews on orthodontics and gingival health.

New systematic  reviews on orthodontics and gingival health. This week saw the on-line publication of two systematic reviews on  orthodontics and gingival health. The first was concerned with the effect of clear aligners and the second was with professionally applied oral hygiene measures.

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