Colgate launched advisory program for hygienists

Colgate has launched the Colgate Oral Health Advisor, a new program exclusively for dental hygienists. Karen Raposa, RDH, MBA, and senior professional relations manager, Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals, said, “Colgate recognizes the important role that dental hygienists play on the dental team in oral care and prevention. This program has been created exclusively for dental hygienists to celebrate their important role in helping their patients improve their oral hygiene everyday.”

Colgate Oral Health Advisor is a complementary program that offers dental hygienists a wide range of tools to help educate your patients. After registering online, hygienists will receive a free toolkit that contains:

  • 96 Colgate Total samples for free patient distribution, plus a 2nd shipment later in the year
  • Gum Disease educational pamphlets with a money-saving coupon for patient use
  • Chairside Flipchart to help you educate patients on proper oral hygiene
  • A laminated education piece to assist you in explaining Colgate Total’s unique mechanism of action to your patients

In addition, Colgate Oral Health Advisors will have access to free CE courses on-line and receive exclusive Colgate product news and offers.

Join today. Enrollments are limited. To register or for more information, visit www.colgateoralhealthadvisor.com.

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