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Collis Curve Toothbrushes

Collis Curve Toothbrushes

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Collis Curve Toothbrush is particularly useful where mouth care is provided by a second person. It is more comfortable for care recipients and removes plaque in half the time of other brushes.

The Collis Curve Toothbrush features two outer rows of curved bristles and a center row of short straight bristles, enabling front, back and top of each tooth to be cleaned and gums massaged, all at once.

 There are 5 different toothbrush styles:

Adult Soft (Clear/White Cap)-

  • For sensitive or bleeding gums
  • Light massaging action on gums
  • Increase gumline blood circulation

 Bristle head dimensions- L 25mm, W 9mm, H 9mm

Adult Perio (Red Cap) 

  • Longer medium bristles
  • Gets around braces, implants,
    and other dental appliances
  • Reaches deep into pockets

Bristle head dimensions-   L 25mm, W 9mm, H 11mm.

Youth (Blue Cap)-

  • Ages 5- 13 years old
  • Start using when the
    first molar appears

Bristle head dimensions- L 20mm, W 8mm, H 8mm.

Baby (Green Cap)-

  • Ages 4 months - 5 years
  • Great for assisted brushing
  • Easy handle manipulation

 Bristle head dimensions- L 15mm, W 6mm, H 6mm

How to brush effectively

Place the Collis Curve toothbrush over the top of the lower front teeth. Using a short back and forth brushing motion, gradually progress to the back teeth on one side.

Re-position the brush over the lower front teeth and brush to reach the back teeth on the other side. Repeat for the upper teeth.

If necessary, tilt the brush from side-to-side as you brush, to ensure reaching the tooth surface at and below the gum margin.

Initially, bleeding from the gums may occur, indicating that plaque has not been removed previously from this area. If bleeding persists, contact a dental professional.

To clean any areas you may have missed, use the Collis Curve toothbrush as you would a straight-bristled toothbrush.

Clinical tests show the curved bristle to be more effective in massaging gums and removing plaque than the conventional straight bristle.

Remember, the main aim of tooth brushing is to remove plaque from all surfaces to prevent dental decay and gum disease. 

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