Wrigley Oral Healthcare Program
Welcome to Wrigley’s Oral Healthcare Program

Since the 1930s, Wrigley has been a leader in research to understand gum’s role in the oral care routine. At least 25 national dental organizations around the world support an oral care routine that includes check-ups, brushing, flossing and chewing sugarfree gum when on-the-go. As a complement to the other oral health tools, chewing sugarfree gum stimulates saliva flow, which helps to reduce the incidence of caries, reduce plaque and neutralize acids, remineralize enamel, clean the mouth of food debris and reduce oral dryness.

News

  • WOHP launched the first of a series of free web-based Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sessions designed for dental professionals. The CPD sessions share the very latest research around saliva and its many positive functions. Learn more…

     

  • Promo for SRA Award

    Abstract submissions are now open for the 2014 IADR Wrigley Salivary Research Award. Learn more

Research

Research

Independent research supported by Wrigley funding has continued to have an impact on the oral care arena for nearly 80 years.

VIDEO: Sugarfree Gum and Oral Care

VIDEO: Sugarfree Gum and Oral Care

See how chewing sugarfree gum after eating and drinking helps restore plaque pH and helps protect teeth. Chewing sugarfree gum is a great option when patients are on-the-go and brushing isn’t possible.

2014 IADR-Wrigley Salivary Research Awards

2014 IADR-Wrigley Salivary Research Awards

Presented at the 2014 IADR Congress in Cape Town, the Award Underscores the Important Link Between Saliva and Good Oral Health.