The most complete brand of interproximal brushes and gel specially designed to remove bacterial plaque from interdental spaces.
Offering a wide array of PHD dimensions (Passage Hole Diameter), which indicate the size of the smallest space into which the brush can be inserted, ranging from 0.6 to 2.2 mm.
The importance of interproximal hygiëne
The accumulation of oral biofilm, or bacterial plaque, in the interproximal spaces can cause major diseases and problems in the mouth, including caries, periodontal disease.
How to use the Interprox® brush
Use the most appropriate Interprox® size for each space. The brush must easily enter the interproximal space, so that the filaments and not the wire are what actually touch the teeth.
Move the brush in and out, without turning it.
Repeat these movements by entering the interproximal space from the inner side of teeth.
Bend the neck (not the wire) and/or the body of the brush to form the best angle.
Numerical coding by PHD (Passage Hole Diameter) indicates the size of the smallest space into which the brush can be inserted.
It is important for the brush to easily enter the interproximal space, so that the filaments and not the wire are what touch the teeth.
If the wire rubs the gums or bends, it is advisable to use a brush with a smaller PHD size.
A dentist or dental hygienist can help you determine the size of your interproximal space and the brush that suits you best.