Healthier Gums, Healthier Brain.

Daily flossing helps protect against gum disease that may contribute to a decline in cognitive health and memory loss. This 90 second addition to your oral care routine is a small change that can help support your brain health and overall health. (Data on File DOF-0054)

A recent study published in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience by Tufts University scientists and colleagues suggested a link between bacteria that commonly proliferates in periodontal disease and Alzheimer's disease.

Healthier Gums, Healthier Heart.

A recent study by the University College of London found that adults with periodontitis (gum disease) may be “twice as likely to have higher blood pressure compared to those with healthy gums.

No matter how you floss, whether it’s with GUM® Flossers, GUM® SOFT-PICKS® or GUM® String Floss, reducing plaque buildup helps support a healthier heart and overall health. (Data on File DOF-0051)