In further promoting oral health, Johnson & Johnson has donated mouthwash dispensers to UB.
The University of Baguio School of Dentistry (UB-SOD) has recently tied up with the international health care brand Johnson and Johnson – a move that would brace up the University’s commitment in promoting oral health.
With the partnership in place, a pro-oral health campaign has been launched by the University. The campaign aims to educate the community on the causes of oral diseases and the advantages of good oral hygiene practice which includes proper brushing, flossing and mouth rinsing.
In addition, as part of the campaign, Johnson and Johnson has donated dispensers of a mouthwash brand to UB through the School of Dentistry (SOD).
The dispensers – set up at SOD’s Restorative and Surgery departments on Sept. 17 – will be used by SOD's periodontists and surgery patients. Periodontists study the supporting structures of teeth and the diseases and conditions that affect them.
Johnson and Johnson will supply the dispensers’ refills every month. – Charmagne Mata
The dispensers were installed at the UB School of Dentistry's dental infirmary.
Charmagne Mata is a Dentistry student of the University of Baguio.