The TePe GOOD toothbrush is a bioplastic toothbrush and just what you would expect from one of the dental professions favourite brands.
These brushes have small, tapered heads with round ended bristles and come in Regular soft or Mini extra soft which suit children. The Mini extra soft have printed handles (see gallery images).
The GOOD range are made of 96% Bio-based plastic from sugar cane and castor oil which are renewables. As a result TePe now recirculate up to 95% of the carbon dioxide emissions through the toothbrush life cycle.
Brush teeth twice every day with the TePe Good toothbrush, last thing at night before bedtime and one other time every day. Use brush dry unless otherwise advised by a dental professional or oral health coach. Use a pea sized blob of fluoride toothpaste. Spread the toothpaste around teeth then place toothbrush bristles at gum line to brush. Move from one tooth to the next brushing each surface of every tooth – outside, inside and biting surfaces. Use a toothbrush timer to ensure you are spending enough time brushing all quadrants of the mouth – top right, top left, bottom right, bottom left.
Spit out excess toothpaste after brushing – but don’t rinse out with mouthwash or water. Let the remaining toothpaste stay around the teeth, especially at night when the active ingredients in the toothpaste e.g. fluoride, can work as long as possible.
After brushing rinse toothpaste from brush with running water, shake to remove excess water and nip the bristles to reshape and make the brush last longer. Store upright out of contact with anyone else’s toothbrush.
NB Mini extra soft brushes with printed handles are randonly selected. Colours and designs may vary. Please contact us if you have specific requirements.
For care of oral hygiene tools watch our video on care of your oral hygiene kit.
More about TePe GOOD http://www.tepe-good.com/uk
How to brush https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUEtViA7yUs&t=76s
Find more healthy tips for happy teeth can be found https://growingsmiles.co.uk/healthy-tips/