Correct brushing using a manual toothbrush
Position brush at an angle, half on the gums, half on the teeth, and clean in short circular movements, ideally without pressure. That really is all it takes. Of course, there is also a more detailed guideHowever, if you remember the initial instruction, you are already on the right path: you are cleaning your teeth and the gum line ...Link
Your gum line, the gateway to oral health
Many people intuitively use a lot more pressure when brushing along the groove between the teeth and gums. It is a fact that bacteria gather very quickly in the gum line, becoming structured and forming plaque. It is also a fact that this area is particularly difficult to ...Link
CS single: the solo technique
Use gentle agitating movements along the gumline, almost without any pressure: using precise, gentle, movements almost without any pressure, follow the gum line closely with your CS single.It takes a bit of practice...... but it’s worthwhile. This is the way to clean one of the most important areas to perfection – the gum ...Link
Dental floss or interdental brush?
Toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss. These three aids in daily oral hygiene are usually found in every bathroom. But an increasing number of bathroom cabinets now contain something different - incredibly small brushes with colourful handles: interdental ...Link
How to use an interdental brush correctly
Hold the brush at an angle, push it in a little, straighten it, push it right through. Pull it out, you’re done.Once in and out again. You’re donePlease do this cleaning movement only once. Some manufacturers recommend doing it several times, as well as even rotating the brush, but this only increases the danger of ...Link
Hard or soft bristles?
Hard bristles combined with the wrong brushing technique are frequently to blame for receding gums. People who prefer toothbrushes with hard bristles often use far too much pressure – even if they clean with small, circular movements, as dental professionals recommend, instead of scrubbing back and forth. Young adults, in ...Link
Brushing or dancing?
Neglect your teeth at your peril – you’re unlikely to win hearts or get that job with a bad smile. Well cared for teeth mean self-confidence and self-confidence increases your likelihood of success when looking for a partner or a job. Life will be tough if you can’t smile romantically across the table when dining by ...Link
Tip for interdental beginners
You are about to revolutionise your oral hygiene. The following tips will help you to turn interdental care into a perfectly normal part of your daily oral hygiene. CURAPROX interdental brushes will keep your teeth clean all over – and healthy for a ...Link
How to use dental floss correctly
Knot the dental floss to form a loop. This enables you to clean your teeth without hurting your gumsThe loop methodWrap the dental floss fairly closely over four fingers and secure it with a double knot. Hold it between four fingers on one hand and the thumb on your other hand.The benefitThe dental floss is now stretched between the ...Link
How it’s done: threading in. Guide the floss over the implant. Then hold the two ends with both hands. Now alternately slightly tension and release the Implant-Saver. These movements will clean the sulcus around your implant gently and ...Link
Bacteria – the invasion of the mouth
About 50 billion bacteria inhabit people's mouths. The most dangerous kind is streptococci. They feel happiest in the deposits that adhere to the tooth surface and live mainly off sugar. This produces organic acids that dissolve the hard, roughly 2.5-millimetre thick protective layer of tooth enamel. If the germs penetrate as far as the ...Link
Saliva, a natural health service provider
Each person produces more than one litre of saliva a day. It is 99.4 per cent water and lubricates the oral cavity, thus enables us to speak, swallow and ...Link