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.
Black Is White
Refreshingly lemony! “Black Is White” whitening toothpaste removes discolouration using activated carbon without abrading or bleaching. Contain fluoride. Enzymatic system. 15’000 ppm hydroxylapatite. Physical blue filter; cooling sensation while brushing. No SLS. No triclosan. No bleaching agents. Made in Switzerland.
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.
Very mild tasting. Slightly reduced proportion of sodium fluoride: 950 ppm. For the whole family; aged 6 and older; please use only a pea-sized amount for younger children. Double protection against caries thanks to sodium fluoride and lactoperoxidase system. RDA 30: very gentle on tooth enamel. As with all Enzycal toothpastes: the lactoperoxidase system boosts saliva’s antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral effect; this also supports the flow of saliva. SLS-free formula: gentle on the oral mucosa and protects against irritation – and even helps combat mouth ulcers. Made in Switzerland.
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How to destroy the plaque 💥 The only way to properly destroy the biofilm is physically disrupting its structure. 💥 You take a soft toothbrush and clean your teeth: two times a day, gently and thoroughly, front and back, until the teeth are clean. Rushing through the process won’t work: when you don’t brush properly, there’s a lot of biofilm left on the teeth, so bacteria have no problem rebuilding their colonies in the next few hours. #curaprox #toothbrush #oralhygiene
Dental plaque hides in the interdental space 📍 Everyone has some sort of interdental space, but since your tongue isn’t thin enough to get there, you might think you have none. But you do: if you ever used a toothpick, that’s where it went. 📍 Interdental space is the best place for the biofilm to accumulate: it’s usually undisturbed, quiet and full of nutrients. So even people with great brushing habits can have dental plaque accumulating in the interdental space. This place has to be cleaned. See how: https://gently.curaden.com/why-we-need-interdental-brushing/ #curaprox #dentalhygiene #oralhealth
Considering interdental brushes? Ask your dentist to choose the right one for you 👌 Every dentist has a proper tool that helps them measure precisely your interdental space and match it with a proper type of interdental brush. You’ll get a recommendation for the exact size of the brush and maybe even some samples to try at home. 👌 It’s a good idea to try using your new interdental while still in your dentist’s office. That way, you’ll make sure you’re doing it right and not damaging your teeth and gums. Feel free to ask any questions and get familiar with your new interdentals before taking them home.
3 reasons to consider interdental brushes in your daily brushing ritual: https://gently.curaden.com/3-reasons-to-consider-interdental-brushes/ 📍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: it’s a safer and more effective way to protect your teeth from dental plaque.
How to avoid tooth decay from bacterial colonies? 📍Brush twice a day, for two minutes, with a soft brush. We must destroy the structure of the colony. 📍Use interdental brushes to clean out the interdental areas where conventional brushes don’t reach. Avoid high-sugar diets that help bacteria breed. 📍Minimise stress and lack of sleep – these lower our capacity to fight bacteria. 📍Consult your dentist for professional advice on oral care.
Why we should include interdental brushes in our daily hygiene routine: https://gently.curaden.com/why-we-need-interdental-brushing/
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?
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.