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The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be extremely wary of pervasive online ads offering the promise of a whiter, brighter smile.See my WalletPop article, “Teeth-Whitening Offers Won’t Leave Consumers Smiling,” for details.
Posted at 03:11 PM in Advertising, Chemicals, Companies, Consumer Protection, Consumers, Health, Organizations, Personal Care | Permalink
Better Business Bureau, Consumers, Teeth Whitening
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I agree with this! Everyone should be aware about different product offers and claims, most especially with toothpastes. Toothpastes are products used for brushing teeth. It's considered critical, of course! That is why a toothpaste should be declared safe for use before bringing it out in the market! I suggest a person should buy those certified by dentists or their associations and approved by the State.
Serena Mcelyea |
May 04, 2011 at 02:12 AM
Before trying any oral care products, consult your dentist first. This is very important. It doesn't matter if you want to try a new toothbrush or teeth whitening solutions, your dentist must know first. And if you think you need help on your teeth, then your dentist is also the best person to consult.
Nathan Bedingfield |
June 22, 2011 at 10:57 AM
Jan. Enacting clause stricken
July 25, 2011 at 02:18 AM
Superlike this! You nailed it when you said consult a dentist first!
Bleach your Teeth |
September 12, 2011 at 06:21 PM
As with any product on the market place people should do their research first. We agree that consulting a dentist should be included in that research.
Teeth Whitening In Atlanta |
September 28, 2011 at 01:26 PM
I agree Nathan, it is really important to speak with your primary dentist. They know your dental history and are going to give you the best advice and most honest answer. Also, in reading your article I couldn't believe that the one company had over 800 complaints... No wonder the BBB is warning people.
Tim Wilson |
December 14, 2011 at 08:18 AM
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