This February, Crest and Oral-B are collecting nationwide nominations for the pediatric and family dental professionals and offices that best served their communities to promote and educate better oral health in children.
At Crest® + Oral-B®, they believe that "Together, We Can Conquer Cavities" and help address the early childhood caries epidemic. This Children’s Dental Health Month, Crest® + Oral-B® Professional announced that beginning 2/1/2021, are accepting the nomination of pediatric or family dental professionals or offices who demonstrate a consistent commitment to promoting the oral health of underserved children in their communities. This commitment could be displayed via: Donations of oral health services, education, products, or otherwise.
Of those nominated, 80 winning dental offices will receive multiple Crest® + Oral-B® Kids 3+ electric rechargeable toothbrush systems and a Together, We Can Conquer Cavities Education Kit to support Oral Care efforts within their communities. This initiative reinforces Procter & Gamble's commitment in helping professionals and patients increase prevention to reduce future complications.
For further information, please visit: https://www.dentalcare.com/en-us/together-we-can-conquer-cavities
Source from: https://www.dentalcare.com
Author: Tommaso Albonetti
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