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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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17/07/2019

You know it’s time to buy new shampoo or toothpaste when you run out, but how do you know when it’s time to get a new toothbrush?

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15/07/2019

A good dental professional will teach you this toothbrushing technique: https://gently.curaden.com/always-start-with-the-most-difficult-places-a-proper-toothbrushing-technique-that-actually-works/ In a nutshell: ✅ Start with the most difficult places and end with the easy ones: from the back of your molars to the front teeth, from the inside to the outside. ✅ Hold the brush like a pen while brushing to make sure you don’t push hard on your teeth. ✅ Hold the brush under a 45° angle to clean bacteria from your gumline. ✅ Place the brush half on your teeth, half on the gums, and move in small circles. ✅ Test yourself: Lick your teeth to see if you’ve done it right.

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12/07/2019

There are many techniques for cleaning your teeth, but few that are acceptable and safe. We always recommend the one that is effective and built on human anatomy and our behavioural habits. If you apply this toothbrushing technique, you can be sure your teeth will be cleaner, bacteria won’t build up and gums will stay healthy. https://gently.curaden.com/always-start-with-the-most-difficult-places-a-proper-toothbrushing-technique-that-actually-works/

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07/06/2019

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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