IDHF expands product scheme to overseas
Members of the public who purchase high-quality products to ensure they can prevent emergency dentistry could be interested in news from the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF).
As part of recent plans, the International Dental Health Foundation (IDHF) has announced plans to extend its Product Accreditation scheme to overseas locations.
The programme, which was established in 1991, sees hygiene items examined by staff from the official body to ensure they meet the highest standards.
Since its launch, more than 500 products have been given the seal of approval by the IDHF following tests to check company claims are clinically proven.
Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the BDHF, said: "Here in the UK … Our logo is being used by three out of the five top retailers of oral healthcare products – Asda, Tesco and Morrisons."
This news comes after the organisation warned the working public to ensure their oral hygiene does not slip during long periods of time in the office every day.