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Dental Lace Now Using Compostable Bags

Dental Lace Now Using Compostable Bags

Oops!  In my rush to market I purchased poly packaging bags for Dental Lace refills.  This went against my desire to remove plastic from landfills.  Customers kindly gave me suggestions for new bags. So now I'm packaging all refills in compostable cellulose cellophane bags.  Forgive me for my misstep.  Thank you customers for helping me improve the eco-friendly properties of my product.  I listen to you and respond when possible. Jodi

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Dental Lace, Inc. Nominated for Source Sustainability Award

Dental Lace, Inc. Nominated for Source Sustainability Award

From the Portland Press Herald, The SOURCE Awards Recognize the people, nonprofits and businesses connecting Maine to its roots and making the state a healthier place to live. Specifically, Dental Lace, Inc. was nominated for The SOURCE Newcomer Award. Winners will be announced and recognized at the SOURCE Awards on Wednesday, April 5 at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, ME and in a special Awards issue of SOURCE on Sunday, April 9.   Wish us luck!

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Dental Lace packaging wins Graphic Design USA Packaging Design Award

Dental Lace packaging wins Graphic Design USA Packaging Design Award

Congratulations to our marketer Emily Brackett from Visible Logic, Portland, Maine for winning a 2017 GDUSA Packaging Design Award.  I love the packages you designed for Dental Lace, Inc.. You certainly deserve this recognition for your talent.   

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Check out this article about Heart Health and Dental Hygiene

Check out this article about Heart Health and Dental Hygiene

Keeping your heart healthy with better oral care Claiming around 610,000 lives each year, heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the U.S.1 Did you know that research has found a link between this deadly disease and the health of your gums? Having gum disease increases the risk of a first heart attack by 28%, according to a 2016 study by the Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden.2 “Although the findings indicate a strong link between gum disease and heart disease, it’s still unclear whether one actually causes the other,” says the American Heart Association....

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A little thing creates a lot of waste....

A little thing creates a lot of waste....

Did you know? If everyone in the U.S. flosses their teeth according to ADA recommendations, every year we would fill a landfill the size of a football field 6 stories high with our discarded dental floss containers. For information concerning sustainable products and more check out ashiftedperspective.com

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