Toothpaste

    Page 1 of 46 - About 455 Essays
  • Toothpaste Case Study

    Statistics Assignment Which toothpaste should I buy? Poorna Agarwal- 2015IPM074 Wikipedia describes toothpaste as “...A paste or gel dentifrice used with a toothbrush as an accessory to clean and maintain the aesthetics and health of teeth. Toothpaste is used to promote oral hygiene: it serves as an abrasive that aids in removing the dental plaque and food from the teeth....” In ancient India oral health consisted only of some homemade powders and herbal medicines given by the local medicine practitioners, the scenario is completely different today. In 1975 there was introduction of the powder based toothpaste which led to the launch of the gel form of the same commodity in a convenient and sleek tube in 1998. At present the gel market has…

    Words: 1279 - Pages: 6
  • Whitening Toothpaste Research

    to create a toothpaste (1teethwhitening, 2010). In early history, people would cut off small sticks form special trees that would clean their teeth. The sticks would be used to remove any particles on the tooth. The trees had cleansing chemicals that helped to maintain healthy teeth (1teethwhitening, 2010). Wine, vinegar, and pulverized pumice…

    Words: 1072 - Pages: 5
  • Dr West Toothpaste Analysis

    Dr. West’s Toothpaste Advertisement In 1929, Dr. West’s sensational toothpaste was advertised to America for the first time. Dr. West’s Toothpaste is a dental hygiene product that is made to be a fast acting polisher for the teeth. This sensational product is made to restore the natural smoothness to your smile and brighten the enamel of your teeth. Made by the Western Company (Western CO.), the oral hygiene product was produced in the United States in areas such as, New York, and Illinois,…

    Words: 1270 - Pages: 6
  • Colgate: Two Biggest Toothpaste In Canada

    with oral health, and is one of the two largest toothpaste companies in Canada, alongside Crest. Many people do not realize just how old this company is, with Colgate being founded in 1806 by William Colgate (Colgate, 2009). He started a business in New York City that sold things like starch and soap (Colgate, 2009). He died in 1857, and management of the company passed to his son, Samuel (Colgate, 2009). They didn’t introduce toothpaste until 1873, when it was sold in jars. (Colgate, 2009). The…

    Words: 2135 - Pages: 9
  • Nolecorp Advertising Campaign: Dental Fresh (DF)

    NoleCorp has developed a toothpaste known as Dental Fresh (DF), specifically formulated to whiten teeth instantly. The packaging for the toothpaste has already been developed and promotion by way of an advertising campaign is set to proceed. Various similarities (shape, colour, configuration) between Aqua Dental, a competitor who’s been in active in the market for over 10 years (Common Law TM rights as they have become associated with a particular identity through trade) and thus a reputable…

    Words: 1278 - Pages: 6
  • Teeth Brushing Examples

    down my throat when I brush my tongue. Reflexes are also what allows me to know if I am pushing my toothbrush into the side of my cheek at all, or too hard that I hurt myself. Involuntary movement reaction are, like muscle tone, one of the things that allows me to be able to stand up straight at the sink and maintain an upright position. Involuntary movement reactions also allow me to adjust my body after leaving toward the sink to spit or reach something out of my mason jar. In addition, and…

    Words: 1580 - Pages: 7
  • Case Study Of Colgate Max Fresh

    Creating a successful product is important to capture market share and ensure strong profit margins. Each time a launch gets pushed back, packaging is re-designed or study is conducted, it directly impacts the bottom line. With that being said, the intense research completed prior to the CMF launch in China did pay off, however, it would have been more prudent to have the same type of packaging in all three countries discussed in order to reduce costs. Of course, that may have proven difficult…

    Words: 791 - Pages: 4
  • Cosmetic Dentistry Research Paper

    Unless you have perfectly straight and white teeth with no gaps and a perfect bite, there may be a lot cosmetic dentistry services can do for you. It is very rare for someone to have all of the above, but with a little help from your friendly cosmetic dentist, it is possible to have a beautiful, sparkling smile and good oral health. While cosmetic dentistry focuses on the overall appearance of your mouth, many services also address restorative issues that actually improve your general dental…

    Words: 503 - Pages: 3
  • Objective Writing In The Workplace

    Now and then a viewer of an auction item would get a detail about the item itself. Most sellers describe Tom 's Natural Toothpaste as what people can expect from their newly purchased toothpaste. One active auction had a disclaimer stating that “Some boxes arrived with slight dents/bends on them. You should not make this purchase if this will disappoint you. Also, this toothpaste shipped with cinnamon and you may see or smell evidence of that. Thanks.” - jgventures2011, Ebay Seller (9563…

    Words: 1510 - Pages: 7
  • Fluoride Research Paper

    F or an organic compound with fluorine bonded to an alkyl group. Fluoride is also the simplest anion of fluorine. Today fluoride is most widely known as being used to prevent tooth decay in the United States. The fluoride-containing compounds that are most commonly used in systematic and topical fluoride therapy for preventing tooth decay are sodium fluoride and sodium monofluorophosphate. These two compounds are used in many products associated with dental hygiene, such as toothpaste as…

    Words: 584 - Pages: 3
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 46

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: