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18/10/2019

Ditch your toothbrush after an illness, it’s important. If you’ve been under the weather recently, it’s a good idea to replace your toothbrush – even if it still seems to be in good shape. In fact, your toothbrush should be replaced following the recovery from a viral or bacterial infection. Whether you’ve just been suffering from a common cold or another infectious disease, don’t hesitate – just get a new one.

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15/10/2019

Why should we hold our toothbrush like a pen? This might feel unusual, but it is effective! Hold the brush the way you hold a pen. It ensures you don’t push too hard on your teeth, and the brush will fit in your hand under the correct 45 angle. Thanks to the octagonal handle of the CURAPROX toothbrush, this will come naturally!

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10/10/2019

Lick your teeth after every time you brush One of the main signs of thoroughly-brushed teeth is the smoothness of their surface. Run across your teeth with your tongue: inside and outside, front teeth and back molars. Anywhere you feel roughness, just clean once more with your regular or single brush.

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06/10/2019

TRUE OR FALSE? Chewing gum can’t destroy tooth plaque True! Only proper brushing can disrupt tooth plaque and have long-term effects on the health of your teeth.

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05/10/2019

In a healthy mouth, the population of bacteria is in balance: there is no inflammation, the teeth are strong and — if you take care of your water and food intake, as well as tooth brushing regularly — the breath is fresh. But once the bacteria starts building in the biofilm in our mouth, the balance gets disrupted. Proper oral hygiene is the key to bringing that balance back. To see if your mouth is really clean, try these four tests.

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03/10/2019

How to treat your toothbrush in 3 simple steps: Replace your toothbrush every three months to avoid bent bristles and the accumulation of bacteria. Don’t apply too much pressure. A toothbrush often wears out too quickly as the result of applying too much pressure or having a poor cleaning technique. Replace your toothbrush immediately after an illness. After a common cold or any other infectious disease, it’s a good idea to just get a new one. If you don’t, the illness might return.

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02/10/2019

If your child is unwilling to brush, should you negotiate? “We sometimes assume that small children are as smart and conscious as us grown-ups. But long-term thinking, willpower and discipline are very hard-to-master skills at an early age. Some parents believe that they can explain to a 2-year-old the need for brushing and oral hygiene. So, they tend to wait for the child to give their consent. But since the child does not give it, and the parents don’t want to put pressure on the child, the teeth are left unbrushed. This is clearly not the way to establish a healthy routine. Before roughly age 3 we need these short-term tactics to establish routines and rituals: games, quests, stories and challenges.” Silvia Per, paediatric dentist and PhD candidate in Bucharest

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01/10/2019

Dentists recommend replacing a toothbrush approximately every 3 months. But why? Firstly, as a result of mechanical wear, the bristles start to bend, leading to insufficient removal of dental plaque over time. The second reason is the rapid accumulation of bacteria, which tends to grow much faster in moist environments. Moreover, a toothbrush must be replaced following the recovery from a viral or bacterial infection.

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30/09/2019

We have made NO changes to the design of our CS toothbrushes! We love them and you love them- so why should we! The secret of all our toothbrushes, is in the bristles: we don’t use nylon bristles but filaments made of CUREN®, which are incredibly gentle and fine on your teeth.

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29/09/2019

Are you deciding between dental floss or interdental brushes? Interdental brushes are actually far superior to waxed thread for cleaning the spaces between the teeth and here are two reasons why: ☝️ Firstly, because the good intention of thoroughly cleaning the gaps between the teeth with floss often leads to injury. If floss is used too vigorously, the thread cuts into the gum. In turn, damage to the gums fosters infection since harmful bacteria can gain a better hold. ✌️ Secondly, even the best dental floss is only good for cleaning the front teeth. All the other teeth are anatomically shaped so that the gaps between them cannot be reached with dental floss.

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28/09/2019

Live for the brushing moments 🦷 Shop all CS 5460 brushes now via the link. https://bit.ly/2hodO7U

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27/09/2019

Bristles vs. Filaments When it comes to protection against cavities and periodontitis, the most important aspect of the CS 5460 has to be its bristles. They’re unbelievably fine, just 0.1 millimetres across, and rounded at the ends. What’s more, they’re not made from nylon, but Curen®, which makes them especially effective. They’re so fine that we couldn’t call them bristles; they’re filaments. And we didn’t just use a thousand like standard toothbrushes: there are an impressive 5460 filaments, densely packed together. This creates a cleaning surface like no other, all on an ultra-compact, easily angled head: so you can reach every bit of your mouth. Plaque’s worst enemy is a big softie: the CS 5460. Shop all CS 5460 brushes now via the link. https://bit.ly/2hodO7U

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26/09/2019

There are many ingredients that should not be found in toothpaste, including: 🙅 SLS (sodium lauryl sulphate; it irritates and actually attacks the cells of the oral mucosa, dries out the mouth and creates ideal conditions for ulcers) 🙅 Triclosan (an antibiotic that builds up resistance in the body and can even be carcinogenic in humans) 🙅 Microplastics (accumulates in bodies of water, in animals and probably in humans too; the effects of this are still unknown) We have formulated our [BE YOU.] toothpaste to ensure your teeth and gums are protected and cared for! Shop all flavours now via the link. https://bit.ly/2Hl5nXd

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CURAPROX

25/09/2019

How to help your baby through teething! Babies suffer in many ways during the teething process. The CURAPROX Baby teething ring can help to relieve pain and promote your little one’s natural development at the same time. CURAPROX Baby teething rings are real all-rounders. This intelligently designed teething ring features interesting textures, a rattle, and baby’s first toothbrush. This helps to reduce teething pain - and promotes sensory motor development while preparing babies for their first toothbrush. Shop now via the link: https://bit.ly/2xGW5Rn

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24/09/2019

Is it OK to use mouthwash instead of brushing? No, and here is why First, we don’t need to kill off normal bacterial flora in our mouths. We just want to disrupt the biofilm to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Second, mouthwashes do not penetrate the biofilm. You need mechanical action that is done with a toothbrush. Use a soft brush with high-density bristles. For interdental space, use interdental brushes.

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23/09/2019

Interdental brushes are specifically designed to reach into the interdental space and clean out the dental plaque with one in-and-out motion. Then rinse and store in a dry place for future use.

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22/09/2019

Remember to brush all your teeth – front and back, including your back molars. Pay particular attention to plaque-prone sulcus, which is the area between your teeth and gums. The best tool for thorough brushing is a soft brush with a high bristle count, like the one in this picture. A brush with a low bristle count won’t cut it.

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20/09/2019

1. This is your mouth There are literally hundreds of species of bacteria living in your mouth in a perfect balance. 2. This is biofilm When a person skips brushing, bacteria latch onto teeth and start building a protective layer that helps them live and breed. Proper daily brushing prevents this. 3. This is tooth plaque When left unbrushed, biofilm grows stronger. Bacteria breed and create acids that weaken the tooth’s enamel. 4. This is how you get rid of tooth plaque Proper regular brushing gradually disrupts the structures of biofilm, minimising its damage on teeth and helping teeth recover. Use a soft high-density brush like Curaprox CS 5460, and a toothpaste that contains fluoride. 5. Clean out everything Tooth plaque is most dangerous in hard-to-reach areas, like your interdental spaces. Use dentist-recommended interdental brushes to disrupt the tooth plaque in interdental spaces.

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19/09/2019

With a proper toothbrush and a good brushing technique you can clean most of your teeth’s surface, front and back. But no conventional toothbrush can reach the area between your teeth – the interdental space. This is a convenient place for bacteria to reproduce, causing inflammations that lead to more serious problems. This area must be cleaned as well. As a part of basic oral hygiene, we recommend interdental brushes. They are more effective and less aggressive than dental floss.

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18/09/2019

Want to know 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 colonies. 🦷 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. #BetterHealthForYou

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