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  • Is Alcohol Effective Against Bacteria in Mouthwash

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    Title: Testing the effectiveness of Alcohol and Alcohol- free Mouthwash against Bacteria Introduction: Large numbers of these products claim to do the same thing: kill bacteria. It is worth considering what these products actually do, compared to the claims about them. Although many of these products promise that they present with a final 0% bacteria environment and fresh breath, the accuracy of this statement is highly dependent on the ingredients present within the solution. Alcohol is a highly

  • Johnson and Johnson Product Listerine Mouthwash

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    chose to research was Listerine mouthwash. Listerine was first invented as a surgical antiseptic in 1879 and later repositioned as an oral care product to dentists in 1895. Listerine was the first over the counter mouthwash sold in the United States in the year 1915. Since then the brand continued to expand its product line consisting of different types of mouthwashes targeting specific areas of oral concern. Listerine’s product mix is not limited to mouthwash, but also includes gel toothpaste

  • Proctor And Gamble Scope Case Analysis

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    Procter & Gamble Scope Case Analysis: Scope, a green mint tasting mouthwash, was positions as a great tasting mouth refreshing brand that provided bad breath protection. It is the first brand that offers both effective protection against bad breath and a better taste than other mouthwashes. Scope was introduced in 1967 by Procter & gamble, which is one of the most successful companies in the world. P&G philosophy is to provide superior quality and value that best fills the needs of the consumers;

  • Toothpaste Wars: Colgate versus Crest

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    Colgate versus Crest is one of the marketing industries most famous battles. While Colgate has enjoyed the lead around the world with sales in over 170 countries and over 2 billion dollars, the United States has been their fiercest battle ground and one that Procter and Gamble’s Crest dominated for thirty years as America’s favorite toothpaste. That came to an end when Colgate Total was launched in 1998, Colgate took the lead in the United States. Procter and Gamble to compete began expanding their

  • Efficacy of Three Mouth Rinses in Reducing Dental Plaque and Gingivitis

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    A randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blinded, parallel-group study was conducted for six months among 12 to 15 year olds school children in Nellore, India. The inclusion criteria were : 1) children with permanent dentition; 2) baseline plaque index (PlI) and gingival index (GI) scores of 2-3; 3) good general health; and 4) an ability to use a mouth rinse Ethical Aspects The study was performed in accordance with the guidelines of Good Clinical Practice and the Declaration of Helsinki as revised

  • Head Lice and How to Treat Them

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    There is a myth that head lice only affect the poor or uneducated children. This is furthest from the truth, these creatures affects everyone regardless of the socio-economic status of the family. Lice are transmitted from individual to individual, and are not preventable. Once they grasp onto the scalp, the female lice reproduce an average of ten new eggs daily. There are various ways to treat this condition with vinegar and Listerine with a proven track record of eliminating these annoying pests

  • COLGATE: The Precision Toothbrush

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    PROBLEM STATEMENT Colgate Palmolive's senior management decided to launch a new toothbrush priced in the Super Premium segment. Susan Steinberg, the product manager, has to determinate the best marketing mix to implement and which of the follow options are the best in order to position the product in the market: A) Under a mainstream B) Under a niche strategy. Each strategy has involves different prices and volumes of unit sold. SITUATION ANALYSIS Customers: More and more customers look

  • Assessment of Colgate Palmolive's Competitive Position

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    Assessment of Colgate Palmolive's Competitive Position Toothbrush manufacturers have poured millions of dollars and hours, to marry form and function in oral health care products that enable their users to brush frequently, comfortably, and above all, properly. Along the way, they have built the U.S. oral care market into a $2.9 billion industry, changed the brushing habits of millions and turned the lowly toothbrush into a trendy lifestyle accessory. As the consumers are becoming more concerned

  • Study Comparing the Efficacy of Triphala Mouthwash with Chlorhexidine on Periodontal Disease

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    Objectives: Triphala is the combination of three medicinal plants, extensively used in ayurveda since ancient time. Triphala mouthwash is used in the treatment of periodontal diseases because of its antimicrobial and antioxidant property. The aim of this study is to compare the efficacy of Triphala mouthwash with 0.2% chlorhexidine in hospitalized periodontal disease patients. Materials and method: In this double blind randomized, multicentric clinical trial, 120 patients were equally distributed

  • Argumentative Essay On Dental Hygiene

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    routine; this mouthwash solution will help flush away any food remnants and harmful bacteria from the hard to reach crevasses in the mouth. If this step is skipped it can lead to the formation of dental caries and gum disease, which can lead to worse things if they are not taken care of. To help stress the importance of dental hygiene, Listerine, which is a mouth wash company, released an advertisement for their cool mint flavored antiseptic mouthwash in the hopes of getting non-mouthwash users to jump