Clinical Efficacy and Patient Experience of Different Toothbrushes for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Cross-over Randomized Control Trial


RIAD Abanoub BOULES Magy

Year of publication 2020
Type Conference abstract
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Medicine

Description Background: People with intellectual disabilities (ID) represent a high-risk group in the context of oral health. Novel biopsychosocial interventions are required to improve their oral health outcomes through enhancing oral hygiene behaviors and attitudes. Specially-designed, electric toothbrushes, and disclosing chewing tablets are potentially beneficial interventions that need better evidence about their clinical significance and cost-effectiveness for this special group of people.

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