Gums love this toothbrush: thanks to its 5,460 CUREN® filaments. A CS 5460 ultra soft toothbrush offers unparalleled gentleness and efficiency – and is popular all over the world. 5,460 CUREN® filaments, 0.1 mm in diameter.
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.
CS 3960 super soft
This toothbrush provides a CURAPROX brushing experience: 3,960 CUREN® filaments are gentle on gums – and offer superb cleaning power. 3,960 CUREN® filaments, 0.12 mm in diameter.
CS 1560 soft
For people who are more used to a slightly firmer toothbrush, the CS 1560 soft is the ideal introduction to the gentleness of CURAPROX. 1,560 CUREN® filaments, 0.15 mm in diameter.
CS ortho ultra soft
This toothbrush incorporates the bracket groove, a special groove for braces: the 5,460 CUREN® filaments clean brackets, teeth and gums gently and carefully. 5,460 CUREN® filaments, 0.1 mm in diameter.
CS 1006 single
A perfect match for the anatomy of the gum line: brushing your teeth doesn’t get any better than this. This is the perfect brush for brush connaisseurs. 6 mm-long. CUREN® filaments, 0.10 mm in diameter.
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.
CS 708 implant | ortho
It reaches everywhere: behind wires, prostheses, brackets, lingual braces, implants – wherever cleaning is particularly tricky. The handle is flexible, the head can be bent. Extremely compact, seven-tuft head with fine Curen® filaments measuring 0.12 mm in diameter.
An end to pressure: the round handle motivates people to grip with their fingers. It’s almost impossible to grip with the fist and exert too much pressure. 4,860 CUREN® filaments, 0.1 mm in diameter.
CS surgical mega soft
Designed for special care following operations, for people with inflammations and during radiotherapy of the oral cavity. Developed in cooperation with the University of Berne. 12'000 filaments, 0.06 mm in diameter.
This is the gum line, the sulcus. Cleaning this gap banishes bacteria and prevents inflammation. How? Gently, with fine, soft toothbrushes.
Sulcus care, ultrafine
Since we introduced them, we have made no changes to our CS toothbrushes - and why should we? Dentists and dental hygienists enthusiastically recommend them, and our customers are just as enthusiastic: One was even heard saying: «I think my gums have fallen in love!» People who simply enjoy beautiful minimalist design are delighted by our CS toothbrushes and their rainbow of colours. The secret of all our toothbrushes – for children or adults, specialist or CS – is in the bristles: our toothbrushes do not use nylon bristles but filaments made of CUREN®, which are incredibly gentle and fine.
Plaque’s toughest enemy: the gentleness of CUREN® filaments
Why do our CS toothbrushes look like they do and why are they so soft, gentle and effective? The most important part of any toothbrush is its bristles. At CURAPROX, unlike other toothbrush companies, we do not use nylon to make our bristles, instead we use very fine filaments made of CUREN®. CUREN® allows the bristles to be very fine ensuring there is no damage to the gums as well as feeling incredibly good when brushing.
Efficient cleaning surface thanks to densely packed CUREN® filaments
What is more, we can line up a lot (and that means a lot) of these filaments on the head of our brush. In total on a CS 5460 ultra soft toothbrush there are 5,460 individual 0.1 mm-fine filaments making it really an ultra soft brush. The result is an unparalleled cleaning surface on an ultracompact brush head – making all parts of the mouth easy to reach.
A standard toothbrush has 500 - 800, at best perhaps a 1,000 bristles loosely arranged. The thousands of densely packed, soft CUREN® filaments make all the difference. You can tell how many filaments are in our toothbrushes as the clue is in the name CS 5460. The higher the number of the brush, the greater the number of filaments arranged on the brush head.
Normal brush with approx. 500-800 bristles: between the individual bristles, a large amount of plaque gets left on the teeth. CURAPROX CS toothbrushes remove and disrupt plaque more thoroughly – thanks to the extremely dense bristles
Small, compact head
There are some places in the mouth that are not that easy to reach for some toothbrushes: behind the upper molars for example, as well as the insides of the upper and lower front teeth. All CURAPROX toothbrushes are designed so that not only do they access these areas well, but also clean them perfectly: This is thanks to the small, compact brush head.
Perfect placement thanks to its octagonal handle: half on the tooth, half on the gum
Added to this is the octagonal handle, which helps position the toothbrush at the correct angle, i.e. at a slight angle, half on the gum and half on the tooth, so that not only the tooth, but also the important gum line are cleaned gently and effectively
Global innovation: 7,600 bristles!
The CS smart is smaller – yet bigger: developed for children over the age of 5, our CS smart children’s toothbrush looks just like the CS 5460 ultra soft, the version for grown-ups. Actually, it is somewhat smaller – yet in one respect somewhat bigger. The big version has 5,460 individual ultrafine Curen® filaments – at which the CS smart can only smile: it has an incredible 7,600 Curen® filaments and these are even finer, with a diameter of only 0.08mm. Hardly surprising that children aren’t the only ones who love the fineness of the CS smart. Dental professionals who tested them are simply delighted – and recommend adults to try them out, too.
- Developed for children over the age of 5
- Extra small brush head for exceptionally accurate brushing
- 7,600 CUREN® filaments, 0.08 mm
- Octagonal handle for the correct angle
- Incredibly soft, gentle and effective
- Adults love it, too!
Cleaning technique for dance fans
How should I clean my teeth? The trick is to use as little pressure as possible. But above all move your brush in small circlular movements. Finding it difficult? Then try this: Relax, put on some South American music – salsa, samba, something like that. And now let the cleaning movements come from the hips, and just like you’re now swinging your hips, run your toothbrush over your teeth: in small, gentle circles.
The CS 5460 ortho for braces
This toothbrush has a unique bracket groove. In the past, it was something of a challenge to get braces and teeth properly clean, but now there is the CS 5460 ortho with its special, brace-friendly groove. 5,460 CUREN® filaments clean brackets, teeth and gums gently and carefully giving superb results.
A CS single is the right choice for the motivated
Is that really a toothbrush? There’s no better way to brush teeth: tooth by tooth to get the gum line perfectly clean and it is easy on the gums. Jiri Sedelmayer developed the cleaning technique, the solo technique as it is called, and CURAPROX designed the single tuft brush that is just right for this type of cleaning: not only does it have our CUREN® filaments, but it also has a nicely rounded tuft head. Why is this important? The brush and tuft head have been designed so the filaments match the gum line anatomy perfectly. The CS single is also recommended for people with braces and implants – or just for the simple pleasure of brushing perfectly, simply amazing results.
Brushing damage? ATA helps
Our ATA toothbrush is quite simply a stroke of luck for people with brushing damage: it’s almost impossible to brush teeth with any pressure using the ATA. This is because the round handle has no depression for the thumb and motivates people to hold it with the fingers. It is practically impossible to grip it with the fist and this helps reduce pressure of brushing to a minimum. It makes the ATA the ideal training toothbrush: the technique of cleaning each tooth individually is trained just as exactly as is using soft bristles without pressure. And once the pressure is removed, the gums can recover and even regenerate.
The post-surgical tooth toothbrush: CS surgical mega soft
It isn’t easy to maintain oral hygiene after oral operations, with inflammation and during irradiation of the oral cavity. Extra-special gentle care is needed, and with this in mind the CS surgical mega soft toothbrush has been created. This brush has more than 12,000 ultrafine filaments, each with a diameter of only 0.06 mm, making it extremely soft on gums and teeth. Being designed specifically for post-surgical brushing this truly is the finest brush of its type. Developed in collaboration with Prof. N. P. Lang, Clinic for Dental Care at the University of Berne.
The flexible handle. And seven tufts. The CS 708 implant | ortho
The ideal alternative to “I can’t reach there”. The CS 708 can get to difficult-to-reach areas with no problems since it can be easily bent. Thanks to the bend in the handle, it cleans at just the right angle. What’s more, the head is both extremely small and very compact. Seven tufts of fine Curen® filaments remove plaque wherever it easily builds up: on implants, fixed dentures, wires, brackets, lingual braces. Developed in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Kirsten Warrer and Prof. Dr. Hugo Roberto Lewgoy.
Gentle and playful approach from the first tooth with CURAkid
At last, babies and toddlers are able to enjoy having their teeth cleaned once their first tooth appears. Using our unique CUREN® filaments little ones are assured a happy and gentle approach to their daily brushing alongside a damage free experience to the delicate oral mucosa. The CURAkid brush head is also very narrow and protected by a soft plastic covering so that nothing in the mouth can be hurt.This brush has been developed in collaboration with Prof. Dr. med. dent. Adrian Lussi and Dr. med. dent. Nadia-Marina Kellerhoff at the University of Berne.