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Publication - Professor David Dymock

    The effects of different orthodontic appliances upon microbial communities

    Citation

    Ireland, AJ, Soro, V, Sprague, SV, Harradine, NWT, Day, C, Al-Anezi, S, Jenkinson, HF, Sherriff, M, Dymock, D & Sandy, JR, 2014, ‘The effects of different orthodontic appliances upon microbial communities’. Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research, vol 17., pp. 115-123

    Abstract

    Orthodontic appliances can promote accumulation of dental plaque, with associated enamel decalcification or gingival inflammation. The aim of this study was to examine longer-term microbiological changes during orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances.

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