VERO BEACH, Fla., July 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In Central Florida, IntelliDent will donate hundreds of toothbrush shields to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida.
Through this donation, IntelliDent, with its Toothbrush Shield, will support the improvement of the health and well-being of children and families staying at one of the Ronald McDonald Houses in Orlando. The IntelliDent Toothbrush Shield will be an amenity placed in the two Houses— one on the campus of Florida Hospital for Children and one on the campus of Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
The Toothbrush Shield provides protection by prevention. It is a breathable, quick drying shield that acts like a surgical mask for your toothbrush. Laboratory tested to be 99.9 percent effective against airborne and surface bacteria, it helps prevent re-entry of bacteria into the mouth. Studies show an exposed toothbrush is at risk for contamination when stored in a shared cup or holder with other brushes, enclosed in a dark space that can breed germs, or stored in close proximity to a toilet, which can contaminate within a six-foot radius.
Parents and families staying at Ronald McDonald House face many challenges with continuous care and concern for their stricken children and limited time for their own personal care. The IntelliDent Toothbrush Shield provides some comfort and added precaution in controlling contamination and spread of germs.
The Toothbrush Shield is ideal for travel, home, work and everywhere in between. To request a free sample, visit www.toothbrushshield.com.
Through research and development, IntelliDent brings to market oral care products designed to make life's simple routines healthier by utilizing protection as means of prevention. IntelliDent's flagship product, The Toothbrush Shield, is redefining and creating a new category for oral care. IntelliDent, a division of E4 Technologies, was founded in 2010 by Susan Klinsport of Vero Beach, Florida.
About Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Florida
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida finds, creates and supports programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children and families. The cornerstone program, the Ronald McDonald House®, provides a home away from home that offers comfort and care to families with children receiving treatment at local hospitals and medical facilities in Orlando. Since its inception in 1996, RMHCCF has served over 18,000 families. For more information about the charity, please visit www.rmhccf.org or call (407) 206-0957.
Media Contact: Susan Klinsport, E4 Technologies, Inc., 772-532-0219, firstname.lastname@example.org
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