When your gums fall in love
Why do dental professionals recommend the CS 5460? Two words. Gentle. And efficient. The ultra-fine, Curen® filaments are densely packed on the brush head to give exceptional cleaning power. And it looks beautiful.
5,460 filaments densely packed on the brush head to give exceptional cleaning power
5,460 good reasons
You can rely on the CS 5460 to remove plaque, prevent enamel damage… and care for your teeth and gums gently and effectively. Why? Ultra-fine, gentle Curen® filaments (instead of conventional nylon bristles). 5,460 of them.
Compact brush head. Slight angle. Optimal cleaning
small and compact brush head
The compact head finds all the hard-to-reach-spots – behind the molars and premolars, for example. And it actually bends. For that beautiful, clean teeth feeling.
get the angle right…
… for optimal cleaning. Tilt the brush at a 45 degree angle – half on the tooth, half on the gum. Move in small, gentle circles – almost without any pressure. Nice and easy.
Curen® filaments. Incredibly gentle, incredibly thin – just 0.1mm in diameter
Octagonal handle. It’s almost impossible NOT to clean at the correct angle
tender, loving care
Many people brush with too much pressure… and with hard bristles. This leads to damage such as receding gums. Our ultra-fine Curen® filaments make all the difference. They’re gentle. And they clean exceptionally well.
MUSIC MAESTRO PLEASE
Brush tooth by tooth in small, gentle circles – almost without any pressure. A multitude of ultra-fine filaments – tightly packed together – remove plaque effectively without causing damage. Hold the toothbrush loosely in your hand… like a violin bow.
5,460 IS THE MAGIC NUMBER
5,460 filaments – up to ten times the number of bristles used in conventional brushes – tightly packed together on the brush head. This extra dense cleaning surface is designed to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. The CS 5460 is plaque’s worst nightmare.
TOOTH ENAMEL IS HARDER THAN STEEL
But it needs gentle care. Now you can rely on gentle filaments – to remove plaque without grinding down the enamel… and to brush the gumline without hurting.