For children over the age of 5 and for adults. Looks like our successful version for grown-ups, but much smaller and with even more, even finer filaments. 7,600 CUREN® filaments, 0.08mm in diameter.
Available at Jean Coutu, Uniprix
and London Drugs.
CS 1009 single
Specially suited to the care of braces, isolated or poorly positioned teeth, implants and bridges. 9 mm-long. CUREN® filaments, 0.12 mm in diameter.
These are the finest little brushes on the market – for the particularly easy and effective prevention of caries in the side teeth, gingivitis and periodontitis. The quality of a CPS prime brush makes a single cleaning movement sufficient: once in and out. Done.
CPS prime plus: Available at Familiprix, Brunet and Proxim.
CPS prime plus handy: Available at Jean Coutu and London Drugs.
Effective yet pleasant: CPS perio are recommended as a form of secondary prevention for periodontitis patients with exposed interdental areas and black holes. Also suitable for fillings, crowns, bridges, and areas of really stubborn plaque.
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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.
What influences the natural colour of your teeth? Your teeth are composed of mineralized tissues. They are similar to bone, but are not really bone. The main tissues are dentin and enamel, and the colour of your teeth is a mix of the shades of these two main components. Dentin is the main component of a tooth and has a brownish-yellow hue. Enamel covers the dentin, and is one of the hardest materials found in nature. It has a whiter and slightly blueish hue, but it’s also semi-translucent and quite thin. So the colour of your teeth is ultimately down to three things: the colour of your dentin and both how thick, and how stained, your enamel is.
Should parents finish brushing after their children?(Yes!) “I strongly support parents helping to brush their children’s teeth all the way until the children are eight years old. A small child won’t be able to properly brush and clean out all the germs at an early age – at least, it’s very challenging. I explain to them that at 4 years old their child is unable to follow all the steps to good cleaning. Here is what I do: I show both the parents and the child the places loaded with plaque. I make them understand that this can be avoided if they do it together, as a team. I present the brushing techniques to both parents and children so the small ones know and practise, but the parents should definitely finish it.” Silvia Per, paediatric dentist and PhD candidate in Bucharest --- Est-ce que les parents devraient aider les enfants à brosser leurs dents? (Oui!) « Je suggère fortement aux parents d’aider leurs enfants à brosser leurs dents jusqu’à ce qu’ils aient 8 ans. Un enfant n’est pas capable de se brosser les dents et d’enlever correctement les germes à un âge aussi jeune - du moins, c’est vraiment difficile. J’explique aux parents qu’un enfant de 4 ans n’est pas encore capable de suivre toutes les étapes d’un bon brossage. Voici ce que je fais : Je montre aux parents et aux enfants les endroits où la plaque se loge. Je leur fais comprendre que ça peut être évité s’ils travaillent ensemble, en équipe. Je leur montre des techniques de brossage pour que les enfants puissent se pratiquer et que les parents puissent bien terminer le brossage. » Silvia Per, dentiste pédiatrique et candidate PhD à Bucharest
Three reasons to consider interdental brushes in your daily brushing ritual: 👉 Everyone has interdental space: if you have two teeth next to one another, you have interdental space. That’s where bacteria build their colonies. 👉Conventional brushing doesn’t reach interdental space, which leaves the bacterial colonies between your teeth untouched, so they can breed and produce bacterial waste. This waste causes caries, gum inflammation and bad breath. 👉 Dental floss doesn’t reach where it’s supposed to: if there are uneven dental spaces, the floss will do nothing to the bacteria inside such space, and the bacteria will keep breeding. Consider trying interdental brushes: they're a safer and more effective way to protect your teeth from dental plaque.
Brush at an angle of 45° without pressure and for at least 2 minutes! -- Brossez vos dents avec un angle de 45° sans pression et pour au moins deux minutes!