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Oral care and oral health: CURAPROX has the products, knowledge and training. Since 1972. We want more than just white teeth or a fresh breath: "better health for you" - this is our vision and our mission.

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03/08/2020

Using a single brush in addition to the regular soft brushes and interdental brushes can be a powerful addition to your brushing ritual. If you use the Hydrosonic system, make sure you explore the advantage of its single brush attachment: 👉The small head with dense bristles cleans harder-to-reach areas, especially your back teeth – this area is the most overlooked and so has the most potential to cause trouble. 👉Regular cleaning with a precise single attachment will keep your teeth and gums healthier.

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30/07/2020

Did you know that over-brushing is a thing? If you don't have braces, cleaning teeth right after every meal can actually do more harm than good. When we eat, the acidity in the mouth increases to help us break down the food. Brushing while these acids are still active rubs them deeper into the enamel and damages the teeth. Luckily, your mouth has a natural solution. It uses saliva to neutralise the acids and rinse your mouth. After you eat, let your body do the cleaning work. And if you still can't live without frequent brushing, give it at least 30 minutes’ head start.

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27/07/2020

The Curen® filaments are ultra-thin and soft, with rounded ends to protect your teeth. All Curaprox brush heads come with high-density filaments, which allows for efficient cleaning at minimal pressure. With Curen®, all you need for great results is a gentle brushing stroke – the filaments do the rest. No discomfort, no abrasion, just easy cleaning and silky-smooth teeth.

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24/07/2020

Soft brush vs. hard brush ✅ A soft and dense brush nicely covers the entire tooth and removes dental plaque ❌ A hard brush combs the dental plaque, leaving traces behind ✅ A soft brush adjusts to and cleans difficult-to-reach places ❌ A hard brush has poorer reach due to rigid bristles ✅ A soft brush is delicate in delicate places – such as the gum line ❌ A hard brush scratches and reduces the gum line Choose softness.

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22/07/2020

🦷Your teeth enamel is hard, but you should always brush gently 🦷The enamel covering the top of your teeth is the hardest part of your body, and for a good reason. Whenever you chew food, forces of up to 30 kg are exerted on your teeth. That is roughly the weight of four bowling balls. 🦷Since the enamel is hard, it may seem logical that it requires hard treatment – vigorous brushing and extreme pressure. But that’s not actually the case. ❌Scrubbing your teeth vigorously with hard bristles will result in a receding gum line. The hard bristles slowly scrape away your gums until they stop protecting the neck of the tooth, which is much more sensitive to pain. 👉 When you are choosing a toothbrush, ask yourself: What kind of a ritual would I like to have on a daily basis? A gentle one that leaves me feeling refreshed, or a rough, painful one?

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10/07/2020

Tongue scraping: say goodbye to bad breath 👾 The tongue is a place for bacteria to thrive. Although it is constantly under the wash of saliva, it can accumulate foul-smelling residue over time. A tongue scraper is a great way to clean it off, making your breath even fresher. Cleaning your tongue can cause a gag reflex, here is how to avoid it ⁠— a piece of advice from Ana Stevanović, Head of Education at Curaden: “When I put the scraper on the back of my tongue I always get a gag reflex. But if I place it lightly on the side, rather than in the middle, I find it much easier to clean. First left and then right, just apply a slight pressure and then move the brush forward – it works!”

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30/06/2020

Three reasons why a soft brush is better than a hard one: ✅ Soft toothbrushes have soft and flexible bristles that cover the entire tooth and adjust to tooth shape. The more bristles a brush has, the finer and softer they can be. ✅ Your dental plaque is a soft, pudding-like substance. Soft toothbrushes clean the plaque better. ✅ Hard toothbrushes scrape away your gums until they stop protecting the neck of the tooth, which is much more sensitive to pain. Soft toothbrushes don't hurt your gums. Curaprox CS 5460 toothbrush has ultra-soft and dense bristles which are effective against plaque and gentle to your gums.

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28/06/2020

A little helper for those with braces: the Ortho Wax If your braces are uncomfortable and scratch the inner parts of your mouth, get a pack of ortho wax. The wax is transparent and flavourless, and comes in a handy case that you can carry around everywhere. Just warm up small amounts of the wax in your hand, and stick them over the parts of the braces that make your mouth feel uncomfortable. The wax will protect your mouth and prevent the braces from scratching.

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