What are interdental brushes?
Interdental brushes are toothbrushes used to clean the spaces between teeth and similar hard-to-reach areas of the teeth. Interdental brushes come in a wide variety of strengths and sizes to accommodate use by almost any user. A new interdental brush should be disposed off after approx. 1 week, but the latest when the bristles are visibly worn out.
Why should interdental brushes be used?
Interdental brushes are an effective means of prophylaxis for tooth and gum diseases, such as caries or periodontosis. By effectively cleaning the interdental spaces, plaque can also be removed from places that the toothbrush has difficulty reaching. Since plaque is the breeding ground for bacteria and tooth-damaging acids, it is all the more important to remove it thoroughly.
Advantages of the interdental brushes
• Effective cleaning of the interdental spaces
• Easy to take along when travelling
• Prophylaxis of tartar, periodontosis and caries
• Shape and size can be chosen at willa
Which interdental brushes should I use?
When using an interdental brush, make sure you choose the right size for your interdental spaces. Your dentist can best help you with this. In addition to interdental brushes, it is especially important that you choose the right products to improve your dental health easily and sustainably. With our happybrush toothbrush, you can effectively remove plaque and discolouration with just 2 minutes of brushing twice a day. The fluoride-containing happybrush SuperWhite toothpaste protects your teeth through remineralisation and ensures fresh breath with spearmint!
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