Amron Experimental, Inc.
Ashtel Dental
Beam Technologies
Benedent Corp
Brush Buddies
Church And Dwight Co, Inc
Colgate Technology Center
Conair Corporation
Denmat Holdings, Llc
Dental Ventures Of America, Inc.
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Dr. Fresh, Llc.
Edentics Inc.
Glaxosmithkline Plc.
Hager Worldwide
Henry Schein
Integra Miltex
Johnson & Johnson
Lactona Corporation
Mouth Watchers, Llc
Mydent International
O'Nano Oral Solutions
Patterson Dental
Peri-Swab, Llc
Philips Oral Healthcare
Plak Smacker
Procter & Gamble Company
Pursonic Usa
Sunstar Americas, Inc.
Swanson Health Products
Team Technologies, Inc.
Tess Oral Health
ToiletTree Products, Inc
TriCon Technologies
Water Pik, Inc.

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    As a dental professional, one of your goals is to ensure your patients are well informed about how best to maintain their oral health at home. You recommend routines and techniques to ensure patients brush their teeth properly, floss regularly, and eat a healthy diet. I would guess that you also recommend some homecare products to your patients,...

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