Plaque’s toughest enemy: the gentleness of CUREN® filaments
Why do our CS toothbrushes look like they do and why are they so soft, gentle and effective? The most important part of any toothbrush is its bristles. At CURAPROX, unlike other toothbrush companies, we do not use nylon to make our bristles, instead we use very fine filaments made of CUREN®. CUREN® allows the bristles to be very fine ensuring there is no damage to the gums as well as feeling incredibly good when brushing.
Efficient cleaning surface thanks to densely packed CUREN® filaments
What is more, we can line up a lot (and that means a lot) of these filaments on the head of our brush. In total on a CS 5460 ultra soft toothbrush there are 5,460 individual 0.1 mm-fine filaments making it really an ultra soft brush. The result is an unparalleled cleaning surface on an ultracompact brush head – making all parts of the mouth easy to reach.
A standard toothbrush has 500 – 800, at best perhaps a 1,000 bristles loosely arranged. The thousands of densely packed, soft CUREN® filaments make all the difference. You can tell how many filaments are in our toothbrushes as the clue is in the name CS 5460. The higher the number of the brush, the greater the number of filaments arranged on the brush head.
Normal brush with approx. 500-800 bristles: between the individual bristles, a large amount of plaque gets left on the teeth. CURAPROX CS toothbrushes remove and disrupt plaque more thoroughly – thanks to the extremely dense bristles
Small, compact head
There are some places in the mouth that are not that easy to reach for some toothbrushes: behind the upper molars for example, as well as the insides of the upper and lower front teeth. All CURAPROX toothbrushes are designed so that not only do they access these areas well, but also clean them perfectly: This is thanks to the small, compact brush head.
Perfect placement thanks to its octagonal handle: half on the tooth, half on the gum
Added to this is the octagonal handle, which helps position the toothbrush at the correct angle, i.e. at a slight angle, half on the gum and half on the tooth, so that not only the tooth, but also the important gum line are cleaned gently and effectively.
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