“What should I be using at home?” It’s a common question that follows treatment plans, and patients may not always remember specific products when they’re staring down dozens of options in the dental aisle. You can help make their decisions easier by giving them a go-to they can trust.
The ADA Seal of Acceptance has created a 360° video experience for you to use as a hands-on teaching tool to educate patients about the Seal and how these proven products can be used to support the oral health recommendations you’ve made.
Your patients may already know that products with the ADA Seal are safe and effective. What they may not know is the seal spans the entire oral care category and more. In the last year alone, 29 new options hit shelves, including water flossers, white strips, power toothbrushes and toothpaste to help prevent enamel erosion from dietary acids.
Seal products also go beyond the bathroom, from water filters in the kitchen to mouthguards on the field. Seal-accepted products meet higher standards than what is required by law.
And the seal may be especially helpful for patients who are caring for family members, both younger and older. Sixty-nine percent of caregivers say they’re more likely to look for the ADA Seal and that it simplifies the decisions they have to make in the dental aisle.
Share the 90-second video above or give your patients a true 360° experience with virtual reality glasses (the cardboard kind work great) in the office. And when you’re personalizing home care guidance for your patients, visit ADA.org/ADASeal for a complete list of categories and products.
~ADA Seal of Acceptance
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About ADA Seal of Acceptance
The ADA Seal of Acceptance ensures a dental product has been independently evaluated by scientific experts for safety and effectiveness. More than 200 products have earned the ADA Seal, including various brands of toothbrushes, toothpaste, interdental cleaners, mouth rinses and sugarless chewing gum. For more, visit ADA.org/ADASeal.