Interprox Nano 0.6
Interprox® Nano has been designed to remove buccal biofilm (bacterial plaque) accumulated in the interproximal spaces of 0.6 mm * and is especially recommended for anterior teeth.
Its shape facilitates an entry perpendicular to the anterior interproximal spaces, avoiding causing damage to the gums. The cap can be perfectly coupled to the handle to lengthen it and even reach the posterior areas of the mouth. In addition, thanks to the memory-free flexibility of the handle and neck, the brush can be adapted to each user to maintain perpendicular entry into these areas.
Interprox® Nano also incorporates a non-slip footprint to ensure better grip and control, achieving a precise and comfortable cleaning.
The dimensions of its head reach an interproximal space of at least 0.6 mm (PHD = 0.6) *
The innovative manufacture with high quality Tynex® filaments offers greater care of the gums, since its double color design allows white filaments to detect bleeding points and blacks to reveal the presence of interdental biofilm. The stainless steel wire is coated with polyurethane (plastic material), to better protect the gum, teeth and implants.
The brush also has a protective cap that allows it to be transported comfortably.
Interprox® Nano effectively cleans interproximal spaces and helps protect teeth from decay and periodontal diseases. Interprox® Nano complies with ISO 16409 (international standard for interproximal brushes).
HOW TO USE
Interprox® Nano is indicated for those with interproximal spaces of 0.6 mm *. It is also indicated in orthodontic carriers, implants and fixed prostheses.
Consult the dentist or dental hygienist to determine the dimension of the interproximal space and the brush that best suits each case.
Insert the brush loosely, so that it is the filaments, and not the wire, that are in contact with the teeth. Move the brush from the inside out, without turning it. The flexibility without memory allows the handle to be folded to form the most suitable angle and the cap can be attached to the handle to reach more posterior areas. If the wire grazes the gum or bends, use a brush with a lower PHD