As we’ve mentioned on the blog in the past, if you want to keep your teeth healthy, consider looking for dental products that have earned the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance. When you see the seal, you know that the product meets the strict standards for dental health and consumer protection set forth by the ADA.
Each quarter, the ADA reviews new products to see if they are worthy of the seal, and they also review products that have already earned the seal to ensure they are continuing to maintain high standards of consumer care. Recently, the ADA released a list of new products that have earned the Seal of Acceptance, and we thought we’d share those picks with you so you can make smart choices about your oral hygiene.
New Products With The ADA Seal
Here’s a list of some of the items that were recently granted the ADA Seal of Acceptance.
- Mouthwash – Listerine Total Care Anticavity Mouthwash, Listerine Total Care Zero Anticavity Mouthwash and Listerine Nightly Reset Anticavity Fluoride Mouthwash all earned the seal based on research that shows they are safe and effective at preventing tooth decay.
- Toothpaste – Dollar Shave Club Superba! Fluoride Toothpaste and Gel Toothpaste received the seal based on findings that they are safe and effective at preventing tooth decay.
- Floss Picks – A variety of Dentek Floss Picks received the seal based on findings that the products are safe and effective at removing plaque and preventing gingivitis.
- Toothbrush – Midline Supersoft Nylon Toothbrush earned the seal based on findings that the product helps remove plaque and prevent and reduce gingivitis.
These are just the most recent products to earn the seal, and if you are interested in checking out the full list of products that have earned the distinction, swing on over to the American Dental Association’s website.
These products are a great way to help keep your teeth clean and white in between visits, so make sure you are using them as part of a daily oral hygiene plan. No oral hygiene plan is complete without regular visits to the dentist, so if you haven’t been to the dentist’s office in a while, be sure to schedule your next visit with Dr. Brooks’ office soon. Click here to find out more information about scheduling your next appointment or call us directly at (952) 888-2300.
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