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Inspector Hector(R), National Children's Oral Health Foundation Kick Off Events for National Children's Dental Health Month
Date:1/30/2008

eatment to maintain healthy smiles, and these educational programs are allowing us to do just that," said Kristin Ebert, Senior Director of Marketing at Vi-Jon, which manufactures Inspector Hector products.

Inspector Hector mouth-rinse products are designed specifically to engage children in a dental routine. According to Ebert, "Introducing a fun regimen to children, like Inspector Hector's three-step routine, gives kids something to look forward to and encourages them to brush regularly."

The Plaque Detector, a pre-brush rinse, gently turns teeth light blue and areas of plaque dark blue, indicating where children should brush. The Tooth Protector, a post-brush fluoride rinse, protects teeth against plaque formation and stains.

NCHOF and Inspector Hector's school events will take place throughout the month of February in major cities nationwide, including Los Angeles, San Antonio, Charlotte, D.C., and more. For participating dentists, dates and locations of the events, please visit http://www.inspector-hector.com.

About Vi-Jon:

Vi-Jon, based in St. Louis, MO, is the nation's oldest family-owned private label health & beauty care company, serving retailers in all 50 states. Since 1912, Vi-Jon has operated nearly a million square feet of production and distribution centers, and specializes in research, branding, and manufacturing. For more information, please visit the company's Web site at http://www.vijon.com.

About National Children's Oral Health Foundation:

National Children's Oral Health Foundation (NCOHF), based in Charlotte, NC, is a non-profit agency comprised of dental professionals, industry leaders, and philanthropic individuals. NCOHF's mission is to eliminate pediatric oral disease and promote overall health and well being for millions of economically disadvantaged children, by serving as a comprehe
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