The purpose for this project is to see which brand of bubblegum makes the biggest bubbles. My hypothesis was that if you chew different brands of bubble gums for the same time, then Hubba Bubba Gum will make the biggest bubble.
That scene is impressive because the guy falls down while taking the purse out of her mouth. This commercial prove that by using Close - Up, your teeth will be stronger and healthier; you protect your teeth, they protect yourself. This commercial is not only attract women, it attracts all people who want to have a healthy teeth. By pointing that scene, this commercial is successful by proving what is the benefit of using Close-Up toothpaste.
The recent, 3D white Strip ad, advertises their products in magazines, TV commercials, and in the newspaper, where people would most likely stumble upon it. The advertisement is mainly aimed at young adults, where looks are a major factor in finding potential love ones. By looking at the ad, the main objective is for people to get white teeth by using their product. To grab the audience’s attention, Crest places Shakira face in the center of the ad page with her beautiful smile being the point of interest. Her smile displays her white teeth, and that is a direct result of using the 3D crest strips. Under Shakira’s face, Crest places their product with a caption to provide details that their product not only works for Shakira, it can work for everyone with its Flexfit technology. By placing Shakira’s face and the product on their ad, many people will feel motivated to have white teeth because they know by using Crest’s products, they too, can obtain white teeth like Shakira. That includes me, just by looking at this ad, I too, would like to have white teeth just like
The makers of Crest, P&G, deliver the first appeal, pathos, through their visual art and a catch phrase. The picture is meant to grab the attention and draw an emotional based reaction. In this ad, many
“ Look at your man, now back to me” is said at the opening of the commercial, as it sets a comical tone for the advertisement and draws the viewers’ interest. The relatively new company, Old Spice, founded in 1990 uses their new commercial series to promote their American brand of male grooming products. Old Spice in the past has focused on targeting middle aged to elderly men in their advertisement campaigns. This new series of advertisements is trying to reach to a new target audience of twenty to forty year old males. This advertisement is attempting to create a memorable impression to the viewer through appealing to pathos,
The last time I saw Charlie outside prison walls we were on the run. Charlie was on the run, not I, I just went along for the ride because he was my husband. Charlie was on parole, but he loved to drink his booze. In our state it's a violation to drink while on parole.
Everyone in this day of age knows what the “G” on the bottle of their favorite athlete means. It’s the symbol for Gatorade, which is a sports drink that helps with a athlete performance during their respected sport. According to Gatorade commercials, it contains key ingredients, such as sugars, carbohydrates, electrolytes, and sodium, to help energize athletes. Even though it was created to help out athletes, it’s available to the everyday people. This can cause a big problem to ordinary people that drink this type of sports drink on a daily basis. According to Sutton, “ These drinks contain a lot of sugar, which can cause dental problems and provide excess calories that can cause [people] to become overweight or even obese . . .”
Most people, don’t stop and think how advertisers persuade you to buy their product. After reading Advertising’s 15 Basic Appeals, by Jib Fowles. I’ve learned that advertisers use one or more appeals in their ads, it can be used positively or negatively. While observing the tridents gum ad, it was obvious that the ad contained the need for sex, personification, and affiliation.
Crest, a toothpaste company, is known to be one of the world’s biggest dental hygiene businesses. They sell many products, including floss, toothpaste, toothbrushes, teeth whitening, and mouthwash. Their advertisements are in magazines, on television, and heard on the radio. The most common place one hears promotional Crest advertising is at your local dentist and orthodontist office. These Crest products may even be advertised in one’s own bathroom near the faucet. Crest’s main purpose of this advertisement is to lets its audience know the severity of oral hygiene. Crest’s uses efficient advertising to get its main message across by persuading its audience into buying its product by, explaining necessary precautions, targeting the appropriate audience, introducing credible information, playing on emotions, using strategic devices, and using creative weasel words.
Source: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Health, United States, 2002. Flegal et. al. JAMA. 2002;288:1723-7. NIH, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Clinical Guidelines on the Identification, Evaluation and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults, 1998.
Recent studies show that at any time, over 1.4 million people worldwide suffer from hospital-acquired infections (Public Health Ontario). In Canada alone, approximately 250 000 patients every year contract infectious micro-organisms from their healthcare providers (Nagel 18). At London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) we take pride in providing world class care in a safe, comfortable environment for patients. However, between 2008 and 2010 the LHSC still had between 20 and 30 per cent non-compliance to proper hand-washing protocol (Nagel 20). This data is very troubling considering it is following the launch of “Just Clean Your Hands” pilot project. As student nurses and volunteers of the LHSC team we are equally responsible to increase hand-washing compliance.
There’s a saying, it’s that the three necessities of life are food, shelter, and toilet paper. In 1890, when toilet paper was first put on a roll, was when the world truly started. Toilet paper is the best invention ever created because it gets us clean and fresh in seconds. Joseph Gayette was the man behind it all. His invention has and will be used in the world for hundreds and hundreds of years. It’s almost as if you didn’t even leave to do your business. Imagine a life without toilet paper, I just couldn’t do it. Toilet paper is so easy to get rid of, practically everywhere, and it’s clean and effective.
The advertisement of the Colgate toothbrush shows the positivity of the toothbrush. The advertisement is on a red background. They have their product which is a blue and white tooth brush, slanted in the middle of the ad. The toothbrush appears have blue, white, and yellow on the stationary part of the brush. The brush of the tooth brush has a glorified glow behind it in white. The bottom left of the
Growing up going to the dentist we have all been told to always floss our teeth. You may remember going through those gruesome appointments where the dentist are flossing our teeth for us and it kind of hurts, feels weird, maybe even made our gums feel rubbery. And every few minutes when they are flossing our teeth; they make us take the tube out our mouth that’s sucking all the saliva in our mouth and spit in the little bowl. In that spit, if you haven’t been flossing you usually see a lot of blood come out. And it doesn’t stop. Then when you leave they give you a little bag of dental goodies for you to have. If you were like myself growing up, you probably forgot all the time. And it was an endless cycle at the dentist. Because of this I have spent a great amount of time this past month on flossing and why you should take time to properly floss your teeth every day. According to, US News they had an article published by Steve Sternberg in 2013 where they stated that on a national level those who floss daily amount to 30 percent of the population. Just over 37 percent report less than daily flossing; slightly over 32 percent say they never floss. This means that only 30 percent of people nationally floss at least once a day. And the other 70 percent of people floss here and there or not at all. This is very sad and disturbing because according to Lisa Zamosky on Web MD in 2014 flossing does about 40 percent of the work required to remove sticky bacteria, or plaque, from
Although many Americans have good oral hygiene due to fluoride and making everyday good decisions, others do not have any access at all to oral health care. Over the years, dentists have been trying to demonstrate the importance of oral care. (“Access to Dental Care”) From commercials to campaigns, dentists will continue to demonstrate to their patients as well as to the people who don't have insurance the importance of oral health care. They will teach them preventative care and some techniques on how to prevent from getting any diseases.