Oral-B Floss

Help your patients get a deep clean between visits

More dentists and hygienists recommend Oral-B floss than any other brand. Flossing is an important part of good oral health. From everyday cleaning to getting around braces and dental work, there's a dental floss in the Oral-B family that's right for your patients. We know your goal is to improve oral health and give each of your patients the gift of a beautiful smile. Recommend an Oral-B Floss to your patients.

For more information about the benefits of Oral-B Floss contact your sales representative by calling 1-800-543-2577, Option 7, call your Crest + Oral Direct or Distributor representative, or via email at crestoralb@kana.pfsweb.com. Hours of operations: Mon-Fri: 9am – 5pm EST.


Oral-B Glide Pro-Health Advanced Floss

Oral B Glide Pro-Health Advanced Fresh Mint Floss helps protect against gingivitis (as part of a complete dental program), cavities and bad breath. Oral- B Glide Floss is the #1 Dentist recommended brand.

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Social Media posts for your dental office

Social media is an easy and inexpensive way to attract new patients and stay connected with your existing patients. The hardest part is creating assets you can post on your business page. Crest + Oral-B provides FREE assets that are ready to use on your office page.

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Crest + Oral-B Digital Ads

Do you need banner ads to add to your website? Download these banner ads for your office website from Crest + Oral-B!

Email Creative
Crest + Oral-B Email Banners

Are you looking for ideas for your office newsletter? Add these images to your email newsletters to remind your patients about at home care between visits.

Patient Education proper floss technique

A proper brushing technique is the first step to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Plus, it helps minimize the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, the major causes of tooth loss.

Featured Continuing Education
A String Around Your Finger: Do We Really Need to Floss?

A String Around Your Finger: Do We Really Need to Floss?

A String around Your Finger: Do We Really Need to Floss? will review current literature on the effectiveness of flossing and other interdental cleaning in the age of “Flossgate,” the August 2016 assertion in the Associated Press that there is scanty research supporting flossing as a method to improve oral health outcomes.

Featured Research
Floss research

Assessment of Treatment Responses to Dental Flossing in Twins

The purpose of this study was to assess treatment responses to dental flossing in twins.