Rethink Your Mouth And Love It More – Without Sacrificing The Sweeter Things In Life (with infographics)

Singapore, 09 May 2014 – Singapore is a nation of food lovers who love indulging in world renowned local and international fare, and eating is undeniably a significant part of Singaporean culture. Many will go the extra mile to seek out the purveyors of the nation’s best food – ranging from famous hawker stalls to Michelin-starred restaurants. However, many of the iconic foods popular among Singaporeans are packed with ingredients which can contribute to an increased risk of oral complications, such as cavities, plaque and decay.

Oral-B Singapore Oral Health Index
Credit: Oral-B

“While many of us love to eat, more than half of Singaporeans aren’t spending enough time practicing good oral hygiene, which is essential to a healthy lifestyle,” said Dr Daylene Leong, Dental Surgeon with Specialist Training in Periodontics, Specialist Dental Group. “Starting good habits at an early age – including a simple three-step regimen of brushing, flossing and rinsing at least twice a day – is recommended alongside visits to a dentist every six months to maintain good oral health.”

Oral-B’s newest range of products offers superior plaque solutions through a three-step regimen of Brush, Floss and Rinse, featuring the new Oral-B® Pro-Health® Anti-Bacterial ToothbrushOral-B® Glide Pro-Health® Deep Clean Floss and Oral-B® Pro-Health® Multi-Protection Rinse. Simply #rethinkyourmouth and love it more, without sacrificing the sweeter things in life.

More information about Oral-B is available at

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.