Manual Cleaning


There are so many different toothbrushes to choose from, which is the best?

When selecting a toothbrush, you should use the following criteria:

  1. Never select a toothbrush that is too hard. Gums and teeth are easily abraded and can become sensitive. Hard toothbrushes should never be used in the mouth!
  2. Many dentists recommend a soft or ultrasoft toothbrush to protect gums and teeth
  3. A small to medium sized brush head is better than a large brush head

People with misaligned teeth may not always reach every nook and cranny as needed. Brushing aids, like plaque disclosing tablet with color areas with plaque to improve brushing efficiency.

And we should not forget cleaning between the teeth; this is when most tooth decay starts. Our selection of interdental cleaners will help with this.

The product shown here were designed for specific oral health conditions and provide a great balance of cleaning  efficiency and gentleness to gums and surrounding tissue.

 Tongue Cleaner:

One important element of daily oral care is tongue cleaning. Food, plaque, bacteria accumulate on the tongue, especially on the back of the tongue and can cause bad breath. Using a tongue cleaner is an easy and effective way of removing deposits from the tongue. Some users have difficulty with raised head tongue cleaners; we have selected only the best flat head products for your convenience. Tongue cleaners are often included in our specialty kits, as we believe that tongue cleaning is an essential part of a daily oral regimen.

Products for Manual Cleaning

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