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Power White Deep Stain Eraser toothpaste combines active dental...
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With the proven protection of fluoride, Sensodyne is the only...
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Unlike fluoride based toothpastes, Theodent Classic is not harmful...
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Dental-grade baking soda particles dissolve to clean deep in...
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Clinpro 5000 1.1% Sodium Fluoride Anti-Cavity toothpaste from 3M...
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Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection fights tartar, removes plaque,...
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iso-active has a revolutionary delivery system that disperses...
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Baby Orajel Tooth and Gum Cleanser is specially formulated to be a...
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Low-abrasion, non-staining, and fluoride-free, CTx3 is indicated...
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Fluoride anti-cavity toothpaste Tartar control Fresh mint Removes...
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Fluoride formula with Liquid Calcium® (ACP Technology) that fills...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    The Kids’ Healthy Mouths campaign is celebrating National Brush Day on November 1st to emphasize the importance of brushing for 2 minutes, twice a day, every day. National Brush Day was designed to reach parents on the day after Halloween to reinforce the importance of children’s oral health and promote good tooth-brushing habits. National Brush...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Going green pays off in a big way for a New Jersey school. Elementary students in Wood Ridge, New Jersey saved up enough tubes and brushes to earn themselves a brand new playground! And – get this – the playground is constructed of recycled oral care product packaging such as toothpaste tubes, toothbrushes, and floss containers. Talk about going...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Let’s face it – the end of summer is here. Gone are the lazy days at the beach, icy cold lemonade stands, and magnificent summer vacations. Kids are going back to school and it’s time to get back into a routine – for both children and adults! Pediatric dentists, Dr. Lee Weinstein and Dr. Tim Fagan, reveal their tips on how parents and children...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    It all starts here. Healthy mouth. Healthy body. Join dental professionals from more than 70 countries who are celebrating the 2016 World Oral Health Day (WOHD) on March 20th, and tell the world that good oral health is key to overall health. Organized by the World Dental Federation (FDI) and supported by the ADA, WOHD is an international day to...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Being honored as one of the world’s most ethical companies is something to be proud of, and 3 companies in the dental industry have earned their bragging rights. Congratulations to Henry Schein, 3M, and Colgate-Palmolive, who were all been named to Ethisphere’s list of 2016 World’s Most Ethical Companies. In total, the list includes 131...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    c Since its beginnings in 2002, GKAS day is celebrated nationally each year on the first Friday in February, conveniently scheduled during National Children’s Dental Health Month. GKAS events are planned well in advance and, according to the ADA Foundation, are intended to be touch points for children who do not receive dental care, for whatever...

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