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    Clinical Studies

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    Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart

    Evaluating the effects of Philips Sonicare post SRP in patients with stage I/II periodontitis


    In a six-month study, twice-daily use of Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart with Premium Gum Care brush head following SRP, was shown to be statistically significantly more effective in reducing symptoms of periodontal inflammation including bleeding and pocket depth, compared to use of a manual toothbrush.
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    Interdental-Brush-Study-Module

    Comparison of Philips Sonicare Power Flosser vs. an interdental brush on reducing gingival bleeding and plaque 


    Philips Sonicare Power Flosser resulted in statistically significant reductions in gingival inflammation, bleeding and dental plaque compared to use of an interdental brush in a four-week study. 
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    Assessments of gingival health benefits of Philips Sonicare Power Flosser compared to other oral hygiene regimens  

     

    In a six-week study, Philips Sonicare Power Flosser, when used together with a manual or power toothbrush, resulted in statistically significant reductions in gingival inflammation, gingival bleeding and plaque compared to manual brushing alone or manual brushing with floss.  

    Improving gingival health with Philips Sonicare DiamondClean and a Premium Gum Care brush head

    Comparison of the Philips Sonicare A3 Premium All-in-One brush head vs. a manual toothbrush on gingival health and plaque removal

     

    Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige power toothbrush and A3 Premium All-in-One brush head resulted in statistically significant reductions in surface plaque, gingival bleeding and gingival inflammation compared to manual toothbrushing in a six-week study.

    Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart

    Comparison of Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart and Oral-B Genius 8000® for gingivitis reduction and plaque removal

     

    In a six-week study, Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart with Premium Plaque Control* brush head in non-connected mode was statistically superior to Oral-B Genius 8000® with FlossAction® brush head in reducing gingival inflammation, gingival bleeding and surface plaque.

     

    *Brush head formerly called AdaptiveClean

    Improving gingival health with Philips Sonicare DiamondClean and a Premium Gum Care brush head

    Improving gingival health with Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart and a Premium Gum Care brush head

     

    Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart with a Premium Gum Care brush head is superior to a manual toothbrush and greatly reduces surface plaque, gingival inflammation and gingival bleeding within just two weeks. Statistically significant differences in all metrics persisted until study completion at Week 6.

    Clinical assessment of the Philips Sonicare InterCare brush head

    Clinical assessment of the Philips Sonicare InterCare brush head vs. a manual toothbrush on gingival health

     

    A Philips Sonicare InterCare brush head paired with a Philips Sonicare power toothbrush showed significantly better results to a manual toothbrush in reducing gingivitis, sites of gingival bleeding and surface plaque in patients with mild to moderate gingivitis within just two weeks, persisting to four weeks.

    Evaluating the benefits of daily use of the Philips Sonicare Orthodontic Regimen

    Evaluating the benefits of daily use of the Philips Sonicare Orthodontic Regimen

     

    The Philips Sonicare Orthodontic Regimen, featuring AirFloss Pro, BreathRx rinse and EasyClean with an InterCare brush head, was statistically superior to a manual toothbrush paired with Reach® unwaxed string floss at reducing plaque on bracketed teeth and non-bracketed teeth and reducing gingival bleeding and inflammation within three weeks of home use in a six-week study.

    Reducing the organoleptic score and oral malodor bacteria with Philips Sonicare TongueCare+

    Reducing the organoleptic score and oral malodor bacteria with Philips Sonicare TongueCare+

     

    Philips Sonicare TongueCare+ with BreathRx spray showed a statistically significant superiority in organoleptic scores and preventing oral malodor eight hours after initial use when compared to rinsing with Listerine Cool Mint antiseptic rinse or tongue brushing with a manual toothbrush. Furthermore, after a week of using TongueCare+, findings showed reduced baseline levels of oral malodor bacteria.

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    Removing stains

    In-vitro assessment of Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige with A3 Premium All-in-One brush head on stain removal

     

    The Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige power toothbrush paired with an A3 Premium All-in-One brush head resulted in significantly improved tooth color, with tooth shade improvement of up to 1.75 shades following one week of simulated use.

    Clinical evaluation of Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed vs. Ultradent Opalescence Boost PF professional whitening

    Clinical evaluation of Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed vs. Ultradent Opalescence Boost PF professional whitening 

     

    The Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed professional whitening treatment was shown statistically superior to Ultradent Opalescence Boost PF in reducing shade after seven days. Additionally, a Philips Sonicare power toothbrush was found superior to a manual toothbrush in maintaining shade following professional whitening at Day 90.

    Comparison of 6% hydrogen peroxide with and without Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed LED acceleration

    Comparison of 6% hydrogen peroxide with and without Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed LED acceleration

     

    The application of 6% hydrogen peroxide followed by Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed LED acceleration was shown to be statistically superior than the use of 6% hydrogen peroxide without the LED acceleration. This difference was statistically significant immediately after the treatment, as well as seven and fourteen days following the treatment.

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