deplaquing

de·plaq·u·ing

(dē-plaking)
Disruption or removal of the subgingival plaque biofilm and its byproducts from root surfaces and pocket spaces.

deplaquing,

n the removal of plaque from the tooth's surface or the gingival tissues.
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The development of a therapeutic device that targets selective elimination of circulating beta-amyloid and tau is supported by the "peripheral sink" theory, which postulates that the reduction of these particles from systemic circulation promotes deplaquing from the brain.