You brush your teeth regularly, and you may even use dental floss. Even so, the dentist has to keep repairing your teeth, which is uncomfortable and keeps getting more expensive. It starts with fillings, crowns are made, teeth pulled, implants placed - and it ends with dentures.
If you want to keep your own teeth you should contact a SOLO dental practice. Here, in these dental practices, your desire for dental health is taken seriously. No matter how old you are or what repairs have already been done to your teeth, it’s always worth starting with SOLO to prevent new damage from occurring.
A classic toothbrush cannot remove most of the bacteria because it cannot clean between the teeth or in the fissures. This can even result in cleaning defects (such as receding gums).
Dental floss is also often used for interdental care. However, due to the bulbous shape of an interdental space, it cannot completely clean it.
As a result, a classic toothbrush and dental floss remove only a fraction (approx. 1%) of the pathogenic bacteria and can even cause cleaning defects. So how can you clean your teeth gently but still thoroughly?
The SOLO-Prophylaxe® concept has found a gentle but efficient way to remove all bacteria: Each tooth is cleaned individually (solo). If there are no more pathogenic bacteria present, caries and periodontosis can no longer occur.
clean the interdental spaces.
The bacteria in the bulging interdental spaces can only be removed with interdental brushes of the correct size; the sizes that are right for you are measured in a SOLO-Prophylaxe® session.
cleans the gum line.
With the Swing® technique, the bacteria on the gum line can be removed without any cleaning defects. Proof of how gently a SWING cleans: existing hot-cold sensitivities disappear again.