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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 fresh breath: "better health for you" - this is our vision and our mission.

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18/07/2019

You probably think of toothbrushing like scrubbing cheese off a saucepan. It might sound logical, but in reality our teeth and gums are nothing like stainless steel. The goal of toothbrushing is to break and remove the pudding-like substance – the plaque. It resides mostly in sulcus, which is the area between your teeth and gums. However, the sulcus is too sensitive to powerful brushing. So how do we safely remove the plaque? The answer is soft brushing. 💎Brush gently. Want to know how? Read the latest article via the link. https://gently.curaden.com/curaprox-cs5460-one-of-the-worlds-softest-toothbrushes/

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17/07/2019

Our CS 708 implant brush has seven tufts of fine Curen® filaments which help to remove plaque wherever it easily builds up: on implants, fixed dentures, wires, brackets & lingual braces.

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16/07/2019

“I want to live in a world where caries and periodontal disease are the exception, not the rule. I see my mission in contributing to a world where every dental office represents a place for coaching and aesthetic work, not only for damage repair.” “Why shouldn’t this be possible? Caries and periodontal disease are preventable.” “People still believe that genetics is the cause of everything wrong with their health or teeth. It is not. Of course, genetics plays a role to some extent, but please remember: a clean tooth cannot get sick.” — Ana Stevanović, Head of Professional Education at Curaden Photo by Lousy Auber

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16/07/2019

How to treat your toothbrush in 3 simple steps: 1. Replace your toothbrush every three months to avoid bent bristles and the accumulation of bacteria. 2. 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. 3. 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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