ADA Seal of Acceptance

ADA Seal of Acceptance

 
an approval given by the American Dental Association to oral care products that are supported by adequate research evidence as to their safety and efficacy.

ADA Seal of Acceptance

an approval given by the American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs to oral care products that are supported by adequate research evidence as to their safety and efficacy.

ADA Seal of Ac·cept·ance

(sēl ak-sep'tăns)
An award by a voluntary self-regulatory program administered by the American Dental Association (ADA) to ensure safety and effectiveness of dental products.

ADA Seal of Acceptance,

n.pr the insignia of the American Dental Association's Council on Scientific Affairs, given to products used in all aspects of oral health and maintenance. Designed to help the public and dental professionals make informed decisions about safe and effective dental products.
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The American Dental Association has announced that five series of the Oral-B Oscillating-Rotating-Pulsating Power Toothbrush are the only power toothbrushes to receive the ADA Seal of Acceptance.
If you really want to change your smile, look for items with the ADA Seal of Acceptance and talk to your dentist.
While more than 200 products carry the ADA Seal of Acceptance, the Waterpik Water Flosser is the first and only powered interdental product to earn the ADA seal.
Although some SnF2 dentifrices have the ADA Seal of Acceptance as safe and effective desensitizing products, they were not evaluated in this systematic review.
When faced with the wide array of whitening products in the drugstore--from strips to trays to special toothpastes and mouth rinses--the ADA Seal of Acceptance is a helpful tool.
Now the ADA Seal of Acceptance makes perfectly clear to dental professionals and consumers that chewing Wrigley's Orbit, Extra and Eclipse sugar-free gums is a convenient and portable way to help maintain and improve oral health.
A trusted leader in oral health, Crest was the first oral care brand to secure the ADA Seal of Acceptance for a clinically proven fluoride toothpaste.
The ADA Council on Scientific Affairs awarded the ADA Seal of Acceptance to five product lines of the Waterpik Water Flosser: the Waterpik Aquarius Professional, the Waterpik Aquarius Professional Designer Series, the Waterpik Ultra, the Waterpik Nano and the Waterpik Traveler.
Currently, formulation containing essential oils and methyl salicylate is the only mouth rinse that has earned the ADA seal of acceptance to be effective against plaque and gingivitis.
Tom's of Maine remains the only natural toothpaste to have earned the ADA Seal of Acceptance.
The ADA Seal of Acceptance program began in 1930 and is voluntary, not mandated.

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