Surgical toothbrushSoft tissue in your mouth needs an ultra soft toothbrush, especially after extraction, visiting a dental surgeon or placing an implant Buy online
Toothbrush ultra soft
The softer, the better. A soft toothbrush is the best way to take care of hard (teeth) and soft (gums) oral tissue. Essential to optimise your daily oral maintenance. But after a surgery it is even more important to brush with an ultra soft toothbrush. For that reason implantologists, dentists and oral surgeons advise the use of our toothbrush.
De multi-tufted ultra soft nylon filaments of this post-operative toothbrush are carefully rounded. The ergonomically grip ensures a more controlled and smooth way of brushing.
This supports the protection of the gums, mucous membrane and wounds in the mouth. The brush is also well suited for the care of implants and dentinal hypersensitivity.
Read more about brushing your teeth.
Brush twice daily with blue®m toothpaste and the blue®m ultra soft toothbrush for at least four weeks to minimise irritation of the treated area in the mouth or as advised by your dentist, oral hygienist or specialist.
Instructions daily oral care
After four weeks you can continue to brush with our ultra soft brush and toothpaste, because we believe this is the best way to take care
of soft oral tissue.
Replace toothbrush after four weeks of use.
Benefits ultra soft toothbrush
- Ultra soft surgical toothbrush, also for daily oral maintenance
- Recommended by oral surgeons, implantologists and dentists
- Specially selected for the after care of implant and periodontal surgery
- Safe for hard and soft tissue as well as the area around wounds
- Optimal plaque removal
Frequently asked questions ultra soft toothbrush
How often should I brush for the best results?
The best results belong to a disciplined daily routine performed with attention and care. Dr. Peter Blijdorp advises to brush 2 to 3 times a day with bluem® toothpaste.
Use blue®m oral gel to improve and speed up the process of wound healing. This product is a medical device. Read the instructions before usage.
How often should I replace my toothbrush?
Use a new one every four weeks, so that the filaments can optimally remove dental plaque.