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News Releases: Crest Pro-Health For Me

  • 9/30/13 9:00 am EDT

    Four standout dental hygienists to be honored for their devotion to oral health

    CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Crest® + Oral-B® continues to recognize Registered Dental Hygienists (RDHs) who go above and beyond the call of duty with the third year of the Pros in the Profession® awards program. These awards acknowledge the pivotal role hygienists play in their patients’ lives in addition to their unwavering personal commitment to promoting good oral health. “We have seen extraordinary entries over the past several years, which is why wemore...
  • 9/26/13 9:00 am EDT

    Students Receive Scholarships for Their Commitment to Improving the Oral Health of the Hispanic Community

    CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Procter & Gamble’s Oral Health Group (Crest) and the Hispanic Dental Association Foundation (HDAF) are proud to announce the recipients of their annual scholarship program on the first day of the Hispanic Dental Association (HDA) Annual Meeting, which brings together the largest gathering of U.S. Hispanic oral health professionals. These scholarships were awarded to 16 entry-level U.S. Hispanic students who have been accepted into anmore...
  • 8/2/12 9:00 am EDT

    Next Generation of Children’s Oral Care Products Help Children Head Back-to-School with Confidence

    CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Crest and Oral-B have teamed up with actress and mom of three, Jennie Garth, and her 9-year-old daughter, Lola, to inspire children and parents alike to brush up on their oral hygiene before heading back-to-school this fall. Together, they hope to educate families about how important it is to practice healthy lifestyle habits beginning at an early age – and how those habits can help children maintain good health and build confidence intomore...
  • 2/17/12 9:00 am EST

    Crest and Oral-B Partner with Dentist, and Mom, Dr. Jennifer Salzer to Help Parents Keep Children’s Teeth Healthy

    CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oral health is an important issue, particularly for kids. A lack of adequate dental treatment may affect children’s speech, nutrition, growth and function, social development and quality of life.1 Furthermore, tooth decay is still recognized as the most common chronic disease affecting children in the United States.2 To raise awareness of kids’ oral health during the American Dental Association’s National Children’s Dental Health Month, Crestmore...