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Biorepair

Totthbrushes Sensitive Teeth Regular

Biorepair

Totthbrushes Sensitive Teeth Regular

$6.10
with soft deep cleaning bristles are the only patented toothbrushes made with the innovative bacteriostatic Self-Cleaning Polymer (S.C.P.). The CURVE toothbrush is perfect for the way dentists and hygienists recommend cleaning your teeth thanks to its patented forward curvature, i.e. the Bass brushing method, which entails brushing from gum to tooth. High-density soft deep cleaning bristles with 4,554 filaments Patented curve for an even clean from the incisors to the molars Soft rubber ridges for cleaning the tongue Made with the innovative bacteriostatic S.C.P. Always 100% active Practical travel toothbrush cover

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What makes the Biorepair® Curve Sensitive Teeth different from other toothbrushes?
The Biorepair® Curve Sensitive Teeth toothbrush is made entirely from bacteriostatic materials, thanks to the innovative SELF-CLEANING POLYMER technology that fights bacterial growth and makes the surface of the toothbrush more hygienic. The exclusive forward curvature combined with the compact head parallel to the handle allows you to reach and clean even the most hidden surfaces more effectively, maximising contact between the bristles and your teeth and gums. The high-density deep cleaning bristles are always gentle on teeth and gums and remove more plaque than traditional bristles. The rubber ridges on the back of the head help to clean your tongue.

The correct technique for brushing your teeth
The only technique recommended by both dental hygienists and dentists is to brush your teeth using a movement that starts from the gums and then moves down towards the teeth. This is known as the BASS TECHNIQUE and allows you to remove more plaque, compared to a horizontal toothbrush, without damaging the gums.

The only technique recommended by both dental hygienists and dentists is to brush your teeth using a movement that starts from the gums and then moves down towards the teeth. This is known as the BASS TECHNIQUE and allows you to remove more plaque, compared to a horizontal toothbrush, without damaging the gums.

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