GUM® SOFT-PICKS® ADVANCED
What if we could help you get all your patients started with interdental cleaning? GUM SOFT-PICKS ADVANCED is an innovative rubber micro-brush that helps your patients gently and effectively clean where their toothbrush alone can’t. Designed for user comfort and ease of use, it helps you drive patient adoption and compliance.
With soft, flexible rubber bristles that comfortably slide between teeth, this micro-brush helps patients easily and effectively remove food and plaque from interproximal spaces. Without latex, wood or metaI, it is gentle on gums and teeth and causes significantly fewer gingival abrasions than other interdentals. It also massages gingival tissue, stimulating blood flow. Studies demonstrate that patients love this rubber micro-brush because it is particularly comfortable and easy to use. Ideal every day for your periodontally-healthy patient and a great solution to drive adoption among your non-compliant, periodontally-compromised patients. It is also suitable for patients with small interdental spaces, bridges or an orthodontic appliance, and for use on the go.
- Removes food residue and plaque from interproximal spaces thanks to soft, flexible rubber bristles that comfortably slide between teeth
- Particularly comfortable and easy to use
- Causes fewer gingival abrasions than other interdentals and stimulates gingival blood flow
- Comes in 3 sizes for different morphologies
- Practical travel case
Helps your patients gently and effectively clean where their toothbrush alone can’t
IDEAL BEFORE TOOTHBRUSHING
Part of a daily complete oral care routine.
Less demanding methods of interdental cleaning increase patient motivation and outcomes.
Patients prefer soft, rubber micro-brushes because they are particularly comfortable and easy to use, and cause less pain.
GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE
Designed to stimulate gingival blood flow and remove interdental plaque. Cleans between teeth with less abrasion.
 Hennequin-Hoenderdos, 2018
 As per the latest recommendations of the European Federation of Periodontology
 Needleman, 2005; Wilder, 2016
 Johnson T, Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2015