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Table 2 Demographic and clinical features of the study population

From: Defining the oral microbiome by whole-genome sequencing and resistome analysis: the complexity of the healthy picture

Subject ID n. Teeth n. Plaque Scorea BOPb OHD (Oral Hygiene Devices at home)
Toothbrush Interproximal device
1 29 52,30 9,77 manual none
2 29 24,14 9,77 powered none
3 32 19,79 8,33 powered floss
4 30 12,22 2,22 powered none
5 31 22,62 1,79 manual none
6 28 23,21 1,19 manual floss
7 30 20,00 2,78 manual none
8 32 28,65 1,56 powered none
9 31 25,27 5,38 manual none
10 30 27,78 2,22 powered floss
11 28 17,26 2,97 powered none
12 30 22,39 9,89 manual floss
13 28 30,36 2,98 manual floss
14 32 27,98 4,17 manual floss
15 28 8,93 0,60 powered none
16 32 20,31 1,04 manual floss
17 31 29,03 2,15 manual none
18 28 22,02 4,76 manual floss
19 30 23,89 2,78 powered floss
20 28 25,00 3,57 powered none
  1. aPlaque Score (O’Leary PL, which represents the percentage of sites, four per tooth, presenting plaque; the optimal value should be less than 20%),
  2. bBleeding on Probing (BOP) index (representing the percentage of sites, six per tooth, presenting bleeding on periodontal probing; the optimal value should be less than 10%)