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Dial 1800-102-2221 to Resolve Your Dental Issues

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on March 24, 2015 at 6:13 PM
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Dial 1800-102-2221 to Resolve Your Dental Issues

Do you have any concern regarding your oral health and hygiene? Now dial a number to get expert advice on your dental problems. Oral care brand Pepsodent has launched a toll free helpline, 'Call the Expert campaign', whereby callers will have access to dental care solutions by simply dialing 1800-102-2221.

Dental experts will be available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week, to advise and provide primary guidance on people's dental concerns. In a research, Pepsodent found that many consumers had concerns or questions regarding oral health and hygiene, but were hesitant to approach dentists.


Dr. Kamlesh Desai, Mumbai-based dentists, said, "Statistical data indicates that less than 25% of the Indian population consults a dentist and there is low awareness of good oral hygiene practices. The helpline will now be an easy option for them to get expert advice on good dental hygiene."

Atul Sinha, category head (Oral Care Business), Hindustan Unilever, said, "The launch of the campaign is part of Pepsodent's commitment towards improving the oral health of the country."

Source: Medindia


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