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Is it eating o’clock yet?
​A healthy diet is not just about what you eat – it’s also a matter of how often you eat. If your teeth are under constant attack from acids, caries will start to develop with decay as a result. Th...
TePe and SCI collaborate in oral health for the elderly
As part of their work to educate and raise awareness of oral health, TePe now works with Swedish Care International in providing educational information on oral care. The aim is to improve life for...
Soon time to apply for Eklund Foundation research grants
​It is time for researchers within dentistry to prepare their applications for funding from the Eklund Foundation in 2019. The application period starts on 1 April and the last day of submission is...
Successful launch of TePe GOOD™ at the IDS in Cologne
The eye-catching TePe booth at IDS, the leading global trade fair for the dental community, was filled with visitors who learned more about TePe's sustainable product range and ways to achieve lon...
What’s the cure for bad breath? or Meet the toothbrush’s forgotten cousin
Most of us make sure to brush our teeth regularly, and in the best-case scenario, we also follow the dentist’s or hygienist’s orders to clean between the teeth every day. But what about the tongue ...
TePe introduces TePe GOOD™ – sustainable oral health products
TePe Oral Hygiene Products continues to take initiatives for long-term sustainable development. The company now launches their first products made from renewable sources – the first step towards in...
A healthy smile – for you and your baby
Did you know that caring for your baby’s teeth starts even before birth? It begins with caring for your own oral health! You have much to gain by taking care of your smile, both for your child’s sa...
How's the New Year's resolution going?
​For many of us, a new year also means new, good intentions. It may help to know that it takes, on average, 66 days to form a new habit. Hang in there, and remember that all tricks are allowed.