Implants

The use of interproximal brushes for cleaning implants

When dental implants are placed, more space is likely to exist between the emerging implant and the prosthetic crown, and therefore, the need to use an interproximal brush is more evident.

Spaces between implants also require the use of interproximal brushes for proper cleaning of the implants and all prosthetic supporting elements.

Rough implant surfaces are an ideal starting point for the establishment of biofilm that may end up becoming pathogenic.

The use of interproximal brushes for cleaning implants

Other indications of interprox interproximal brushes

Interdental spaces

To properly clean open interdental spaces, the use of interproximal brushes is essential.

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Fixed prostheses

The use of interproximal brushes is necessary for cleaning under bridges and crowns.

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Braces

Interproximal brushes are essential for cleaning brackets and spaces between teeth that are formed from the orthodontic movement of teeth.

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Diastemata

This is a separation between teeth which allows for increased biofilm accumulation on the inner sides, and therefore requires strict hygiene with interproximal brushes.

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Edentulous gaps

Interproximal brushes can more effectively clean the inner sides of teeth thanks to their adaptability.

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Furcal areas

When periodontal disease is involved, furcal areas may be exposed and require stricter cleaning using interproximal brushes.

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