Manufacturers of interdental cleaning devices are constantly striving to bring new and creative designs to market that have superior plaque removal and ease of use properties. To substantiate claims and provide evidence that these products are indeed effective, novel in vitro cleaning models can be fabricated used to evaluate and compare the efficiency of different brush designs to help guide the evolution of the most promising prototypes.

In this case study, our in vitro oral care scientists describe the steps taken to study the interaction between brush design and interdental surfaces, generating data to substantiate claims for novel interdental cleaning devices.


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