The New York University College of Dentistry Bluestone Center of Clinical Research (U.S.A.) conducted a study on the effectiveness of Rolly in removing plaque, stating that:
“Rolly has proven to be the most effective plaque-fighting tool after the conventional toothbrush used with toothpaste.”
Therefore, Rolly is the most effective plaque-fighting tool after the conventional toothbrush used with toothpaste. Patients’ acceptance proved to be high and with non-statistically significant differences compared to chewing gum. Rolly’s cleanness and efficacy are almost on par with a toothbrush used with toothpaste.
Rolly’s effectiveness in reducing plaque formation has been demonstrated by analysing its effects at different points inside the mouth.
As a result, Rolly displayed higher plaque-reducing power than chewing gum in all the tooth surfaces analysed.
Safe product in case of accidental ingestion
A study was conducted on the accidental ingestion and related transit of Rolly through the stomach and intestine simulated in a dynamic gastrointestinal model (TIM System).
The result shows that no residues are released from the product while Rolly passes through the oral cavity, stomach and intestine.
An investigation of the device’s suitability for contact with the mouth was carried out, and the product complies with the “European Community regulation on Food Contact Material” (EU2002/72/EC).