Detailed consumer segmentation covering over 26 consumer groups, 20 consumer trends, and consumption frequency for each product category. Consumer penetration for brands and private labels, based upon the original survey and then subsequent consumer tracking and modeling.
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Brushing up on good oral hygiene.
Their modified oral hygiene routine is designed to reduce the incidence of new cavities during treatment. “The modified method has a few minor tweaks, but patients have had no problem fitting it into their established oral hygiene habits,” said Port (pictured). He and Klein suggest a seven-step process: 1) Use 2 cm of fluoride toothpaste on a wet toothbrush. 2) Spread the toothpaste evenly in both arches.
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Floss is still the best method you can use to get between your teeth down to the gums and disrupt plaque so it wont harden and have to be scraped off. Eating healthy foods and snacks throughout the day will help to keep your teeth and your body healthy. High acidic foods and drinks like fruit juices, sports drinks, lemonades, fruit flavored drinks and soft drinks can damage the enamel on your teeth and routine teeth cleanings expose the inner layer, leading to sensitive teeth. Visiting your dentist twice a year is an integral part of good oral hygiene to complement your routine of brushing, flossing and diet.
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