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Journée Mondiale de la santé bucco-dentaire

20 Mars 2015

​Le 20 mars, c'est la journée mondiale de la santé bucco-dentaire. A cette occasion, Freedent et l'UFSBD ont installé un cabinet dentaire éphémère sur le parvis de la Villette. L'objectif de cette action est double : sensibiliser les Français aux bons réflexes bucco-dentaires et les inciter à consulter régulièrement un chirurgien-dentiste. Comment ? En permettant à tous, petits et grands, de rencontrer un praticien et d'avoir accès à une consultation d'information et de dépistage gratuite. Chaque visiteur a également reçu un kit de santé bucco-dentaire, composé d'un brosse à dents, de dentifrice, de fil dentaire,  de chewing-gum sans sucres et d'une brochure d'information.

Wrigley participates in FDI World Dental Federation’s 2012 Congress

24 Juillet 2012

Come visit us at Wrigley's "Eat Drink Chew™" Lounge! From August 29 to September 1, 2012, FDI Annual World Dental Congress attendees are invited to relax and learn between sessions in our lounge space, located in section 3D2 of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre exhibition hall. The lounge offers a chance to understand the science supporting chewing gum in a welcoming environment complete with free snacks, drinks and chewing gum.

Wrigley Oral Healthcare Program announces 2012 IADR Wrigley Salivary Research Award winners

22 Juin 2012

The Wrigley Oral Healthcare Program, in partnership with the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) Salivary Research Group (SRG), is happy to announce the two winners of the 2012 IADR Wrigley Salivary Research Award. Debora Heller was awarded the Clinical Salivary Research Award for dental scientists ($1,500 USD) and Adrienne Gauna was awarded the Basic Salivary Research Award for a dental or non-dental student ($2,000 USD). These awards were intended to assist with travel costs to attend the IADR 90th General Session & Exhibition in Iguaçu Falls, Brazil, June 20-23. Applicants had to submit a 300-word abstract within the Salivary Research area of study. Winners had the opportunity to present their scientific poster or give an oral presentation in a scheduled session at the conference. "Research is a core component of Wrigley's commitment to oral healthcare, and this award is part of our ongoing effort to encourage excellence in salivary-related research among dental professionals and students," said WOHP spokesperson Maureen Jones. "We are proud to provide these winners with this award and hope it inspires other dental professionals and students to apply next year." Abstract submissions for the 2013 IADR Wrigley Salivary Research Award are open from July-October 5, 2012.
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