Toothbrush design encourages brush motion

April 1, 1997
Dentists, periodontists and oral hygienists maintain that the shape and form of a toothbrush handle and bristles are not as important as the motion used while brushing. These professionals point out that a brush would have a significant advantage if its design encouraged a recommended brushing motion. The recyclable Preserve™ toothbrush, with an ergonomic handle and new design, promotes consistent use and encourages the brushing motion most dentists recommend: the Bass technique. Interested

Dentists, periodontists and oral hygienists maintain that the shape and form of a toothbrush handle and bristles are not as important as the motion used while brushing. These professionals point out that a brush would have a significant advantage if its design encouraged a recommended brushing motion. The recyclable Preserve™ toothbrush, with an ergonomic handle and new design, promotes consistent use and encourages the brushing motion most dentists recommend: the Bass technique. Interested retailers should contact Recycline toll-free at (888) 354-7296 for details.

RECYCLINE, INC.

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