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Individual Oral Health Needs Not Being Addressed By Families

May 4, 2010: 01:12 AM EST
A national online survey sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline polled more than a thousand mothers about the use of oral health care products in their households, finding that 69 percent believe that meeting the unique oral health care needs of each family member is very important. But almost half said they apply a “one size fits all” approach when buying oral care products. Not a good idea, says GlaxoSmithKline, because addressing individual oral health needs is very important. The company says it is launching an online resource for people looking for oral health education and personalized oral care plans. Visitors to WealthOfOralHealth.com who complete a survey will receive a customized plan for each family member that covers bad breath, cavities, acid erosion, and sensitive teeth.
"New survey shows families may not be addressing their oral health care needs", GlaxoSmithKline, May 04, 2010, © GlaxoSmithKline
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