Using the Universal Care Brush in areas difficult to access

TePe Universal Care Brush – a great complement

Every person has a unique mouth, so sometimes you need more than just a manual toothbrush to effectively brush your teeth. Sometimes there are missing teeth or perhaps implants and bridges. Some people may have their 3rd molars, which are difficult to clean as they are far back in the mouth. These are just some of the possibilities, so as you can see, every person requires hygiene tools designed to meet their specific need.

A specialty brush for areas difficult to access

The TePe Universal Care brush has a unique contra-angled handle to enable easy access for hard-to-reach areas. The angle of the neck is perfectly suited for the inside surfaces of the teeth, while the slim head ensures you can access even the narrowest areas. The bristles are end-rounded making it gentle on your gums. The angle of the neck of the brush can be adjusted in hot water.

It is optimal for:

  • Around implants
  • Under bridges
  • Retroclined teeth
  • Lingual braces or retainer
  • Tongue-side lower molars to prevent gag reflex
  • The back side of the last molar

Using Universal Care

Like the name “universal” suggests, there are many different areas of your mouth where this brush can be used. This toothbrush should be used daily to disrupt the bacteria in those hard to reach areas. Simply move the brush in a back and forth motion. There are two rows of bristles, so a sweeping motion is ideal for under bridges or implant retained dentures.
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