Toothbrush and Toothpaste
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I'd like you to learn more about how you might feel you've got a good grasp of the business problem we're seeking to solve and how your prior experience would be a good fit for us --- that of current issues in today’s dental world, including lack of everyday brushing and flossing, gingivitis, tooth decay and more. But most of all, let’s address why these are the two core things needed for personal dental care: quality toothpastes and toothbrushes. Many have designed these for oral situations where classic “brush and floss” would simply be "overkill", too time-consuming and costly. That's the case for many small dental businesses and even some departments in midsize and enterprise-scale organizations.
The primary target market, for many in these categories, is that of dental business managers in small and medium-sized businesses. These managers typically do not have access to IT staff to automate some of the mid-sized or smaller processes they'd like to standardize and automate, including electric brushes. But that’s a great topic worth further delving into another time --- this time, let’s talk about the toothbrush and its toothpaste, respectively.
The electric toothbrush, for one, is positioned as a friendly, simple, easy-to-use way to automate procedures, processes and workflows by using "smart checklists". It’s pre-programmed to move its brush strokes in a certain repeated direction and rhythm, so as to cover all areas of your teeth and gums when passing by --- therefore meeting that “clean all areas checklist” many dentists so often remind you of. The brush itself does more than half the work, and if you can list your process as an outline of steps and tasks, then the brush can do it, especially if it’s an electric one --- some allow you to adjust your settings and give it a whirl. It’s that simple, and that's what we mean by "simply make a list and send it out -- the brush handles the rest".
Approximately 3,500 BC was the time in which the toothbrush emerged. The Babylonians and Egyptians were the first to introduce the concept, using frayed twig ends to compose each brush. Generations since have only furthered the concept, to what we have today, yet the fundamentals remain the same: The importance was brushing those beautiful whites and keeping them clean and shining. It worked then and certainly does now!
Toothpaste should also appeal to IT teams as well as business process consultants (non-developers, consultants on how to optimize and standardize processes leading to technology implementations, etc.). This specific paste should be dedicated to anyone in any field. We should be able to use its content to win any interview or land any proposal that should catch customers' attention and encourage them to choose us for our fresh breath and smile alone. We are promoting their services in a way that addresses their customer's needs --- by looking the part, first and foremost. I, for one, would not want to work with someone with foul breath or missing teeth. Please keep this goal and your audience in mind.
Many attribute the early Egyptians as the first creators of toothpaste, stating they used it even before they later came around with the first toothbrush to go along with it. The Ancient Romans and Greeks are also remembered for having used toothpaste in their time, an invention that truly caught on then. Furthermore, keeping every tooth and gum area clean and healthy was as much a concern then as it is now. Bacteria is bacteria, after all.
We have narrowed down our search for our “ideal toohbrush for travel needs”, and these pre-pasted ones have certainly made the cut! We would like to make sure that the brushes we choose are the best fit, quick and easy to use, not to mention already with paste included in it: We are looking for brushes not only for our oral health, but ones we can work with ongoing --- or on the go; as stated, we are looking for all of our brushing to be smooth and quirky with a touch of class. This kind has a lot of amazing products, but the problem we are having is finding the best ones who can bring it all together.
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So you can get a good idea of where they are, click here... https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Pre-Pasted-Disposable-Toothbrushes-pack/dp/B00AU4LNBG That’s right ---- for an adult, pre-pasted disposable toothbrush, get it on Amazon! Be sure to read the instructions carefully. Unless otherwise instructed by the ordering system, please keep the language and tone of your purchase comments as professional as possible.
And what about those minuscule, travel-sized toothpaste/toothbrush Combo. Kits? Are they worth a go? In our opinion, they certainly are! They pass through TSA regulations and can even be easily stored and retrieved in an instant. Plus, one could fit them in any pocket or purse, depending on the size purchased. These compact helpers truly assist in a pinch!
More - Final Word
This article serves our company's blog as a primer. Generally, we are attempting to promote our products or services in a way that address a hypothetical customer's need. Please keep this goal and our audience in mind when seeking your next brush or paste, for yourself or even for your dental clients or customers, if you’re an oral professional. (What does the customer need? How does the product/service address the need?).
If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us. And please see this site as tribute to the info. discussed here, and let us know if you'd like to agree ---- merely possessing the right toothbrush and toothpaste can make all the difference in the world!
--- What brushes can you share that reflect your tone and brushing-dental health style objectives (and perhaps hint at a discussion of problems managers and teams face)? If you have any questions for us or need additional direction, please let us know. Take care!