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Brighter, cleaner, healthier smile

We are excited to introduce our new range of amazing CURAPROX products at JACO Dental Shop.

Which toothbrush would you recommend?

For those who have recently been to their dental check-up and clean appointment, you would have received a complimentary manual "CURAPROX 5460" toothbrush. If you haven't already heard me rave about this, then here are a few reasons why this I personally love this product:

  1. 5460 individual filaments only 0.1mm diameter each

  2. 5 times more bristles than a regular toothbrush

  3. Ultra soft against the gums but highly effective cleaning

For people with sensitive or thin gums, I would recommend the CURAPROX Velvet. It has more than double the number of bristles as the '5460'! If you're looking for a smaller-headed toothbrush, then perhaps the CURAPROX Smart would be more suitable. Whichever one you choose, you'll definitely feel the difference compared to the manual toothbrushes bought at supermarkets.

What about an electric toothbrush?

Many people have asked me what electric toothbrush I use and I would previously have said "Philips Sonicare". However, my Sonicare of 9 years has finally given up recently and I have switched to the "CURAPROX Hydrosonic Pro". My thoughts? AMAZING! Not only is the look and feel of the unit in alignment with what I believe an electric toothbrush should be (sleek, ergonomic, simple, quiet), it also has the amazing brush bristles that CURAPROX uses in their manual toothbrushes - soft, gentle and effective at cleaning your teeth and gums!

However, it doesn't matter how good your toothbrush is if you have the incorrect technique. Ensure you:

  1. Gently brush along the gum-line

  2. Brush each quadrant for 30 seconds each (total 2 minutes)

  3. Don't be shy to seek help from your dental professional

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