Journal of Dental Hygiene
The article discusses the significance of antimicrobial mouthrinses to the oral hygiene of people in the U.S. Such product is vital to those with or without dental problems because its regular use reduces supragingival plaque and gingivitis. Studies reveal that an American Dental Association (ADA)-Accepted antimicrobial mouthrinse can result in a greater reduction in plaque and gingivitis than brushing
Original Publication Citation
Darby, M.L. (2007). Antimicrobial mouthrinses in contemporary dental hygiene practice: The take home message. Journal of Dental Hygiene, 81(5), 1-5.
Darby, Michele Leonardi, "Antimicrobial Mouthrinses in Contemporary Dental Hygiene Practice: The Take Home Message" (2007). Dental Hygiene Faculty Publications. 7.