R.O.C.S. toothbrush Whitening
INDICATIONS FOR USE
INDICATIONS FOR USE
The unique form of the R.O.C.S. toothbrush head - a bristle shape that is slanted towards the end - increases the quality of the cleaning of the surface of the teeth and allows for an effortless penetration into hard-to-reach areas of the dentition, and also for a high-quality cleaning of the interdental spaces without damaging the gums. A thin, flat and transparent handle ensures for extraordinary maneuverability on all sections of the dentition.
The uniform bristle trim increases the contact surface of the brush, ensuring maximum contact with all areas of the surface of the tooth and an effective removal of plaque.
The special bristle thread has a polymer coating with embedded calcium carbonate (CaCO3) crystals, significantly increasing the cleaning effectiveness of the bristle.
The bristles on the end of the head are shortened, allowing the brush to reach and effectively clean the "far" teeth (retromolar space).
The thread for the bristle is produced by "Pedex" (Germany) - a world leader in the production of high-quality materials.
The end of each bristle thread is rounded and thoroughly polished.
Mechanism of action
The unique form of the toothbrush head - a bristle shape that is slanted towards the end and provides easy access to clean the "far" teeth
A unique triple-polishing bristle tip technology ensures a safe brushing and excludes any possibility of damage to the hard dental tissues and the gums
How to care for the oral cavity?
The most important thing in the process of tooth brushing is to remove plaque from all surfaces of your teeth, because the pathogenic bacteria are mostly concentrated in plaque.
ln order not to forget to "clean all the teeth" set the following order of tooth brushing:
1. Start brushing from right to left, brush the upper teeth first and then the lower, first оп the outside and then оп the inside.
2. You have to perform 8-10 clearing motions at each section.
3. Do not forget to brush the chewing surface of the teeth.