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TePe Dental Floss – efficient interdental cleaning Plaque removal between the teeth is an efficient way to prevent gum disease and caries (cavities).
There are various dental flosses and picks depending on your needs and usage. Each delivering a specific and unique need for your prefered usage.
Keep your gums and teeth healthy by using dental floss every day. TePe Dental Floss – strong and efficient TePe Dental Floss TePe's Dental Floss is a premium quality, waxed dental floss for efficient cleaning between the teeth. The floss is wide and flat for optimal plaque removal.
TePe Dental Tape is a wide, flat and waxed floss. Thanks to its waxed surface, the tape glides easily between teeth without shredding. Use daily to keep gums and teeth healthy and fresh. Waxed floss is particularly useful in narrow interdental spaces. Available in one container size: 40m.
An easy alternative Do you sometimes find dental floss a bit difficult to use? Try TePe Mini Flosser, a pre-loaded dental floss holder for easy and comfortable cleaning between the teeth. It is especially useful for those who find regular dental floss tricky to use. Opens internal link in current windowRead more about TePe Mini Flosser here.TePe Mini Flosser™ is a pre-loaded floss holder with a unique bite plane for easy flossing. An excellent cleaning aid for tight spaces between the teeth. Use daily to keep gums and teeth healthy and fresh.
This mini flosser comes pre-loaded with strong and slim dental floss that fits even in the narrowest of spaces. With the TePe Mini Flosser, there’s no more excuse to skip flossing!
How to use TePe Dental Tape™ Use about 40 cm of floss. Use about 40 cm of floss. Wind the ends around the middle finger on each hand and hold a short length of floss tightly between your thumbs and index fingers. Insert gently between your teeth. Insert the floss between your teeth using a back-and-forth movement. Curve the floss around each tooth. Curve the floss around each tooth. Clean above and 1-2 mm below the gum line, moving the floss back and forth and up and down. Remove the floss using a back-and-forth actio
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