Better brushing and motivation packs

June 2013
British Dental Journal;6/8/2013, Vol. 214 Issue 11, p598
Academic Journal
The article reports on the Better Brushing Programme of Aquafresh which is designed to support the work dental professionals are doing with local oral health initiatives.


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