Whole Body Health
Whole Body Health
Crest®+ Oral-B®- Helping Your Patients Transform Their Oral Health
Simple changes can prevent gingivitis from progressing to periodontitis - which may have systemic health implications.
Our Commitment To Oral Care… And Beyond
Plaque Is The Problem
Left untreated, harmful plaque bacteria can lead to periodontitis — which is associated with conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, pregnancy complications, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Transform Gum Health
Crest + Oral-B’s Transformational Gum Health Electric Rechargeable System can transform patient gum health starting day 1. In a clinical study, 100% of patients moved to a state of healthy gums after just 12 weeks of use.
A Powerful Partnership
In partnership with Scientific American, we are committed to further exploring the link between oral disease and systemic health.
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Free Patient Education Materials
Diabetics have a higher risk for developing periodontal diseases. This relationship is bidirectional, with the presence of periodontitis increasing the risk for diabetes.
Patients with periodontitis have an increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
Pregnant women are at increased risk for gingivitis. Pregnant women with periodontitis are at increased risk for compromised pregnancy outcomes.
For Additional Use on your Social Platforms
@amer-acad-perio and @crestoralbpro partnered to share these important social tips for your office and patients.
Scientific American Articles Exploring The Oral-Systematic Link
A Scientific Approach To Cleaning Your Mouth
Explore the science behind how good oral hygiene can defend against the progression of gingivitis and periodontitis.
The Chronic Gum Disease And AlzheImer’s Link
Learn about research pointing to chronic gum disease as a factor in Alzheimer’s disease and diseases of the gut.
The Connection Between Oral Health And A Healthy Body
Read more about the relationship between periodontal disease and diseases such as diabetes and heart failure.
How Poor Oral Health Fosters Systematic Disease
Discover how microbial communities in the mouth are influencing oral health.