Frequently asked questions
We have compiled the answers to the most frequently asked questions for you here.
The bristles of the meridol® toothbrush are tapered and thus very soft and pliable. In particular, this enables them to clean the gingival margin very gently but also with a high efficiency even if gums are irritated or painful. The small brush head reaches all parts with ease and the ergonomic handle makes for comfortable brushing.
The bristles of the meridol® toothbrush are very gentle on the gums and at the same time very effective at removing plaque. They clean particularly well the gingival margin, where dental plaque mainly accumulates and where gum problems start. Clinical studies demonstrate the superior cleaning performance of the meridol® toothbrush.
For people who prefer a firmer cleaning sensation and want to protect their gums the meridol® MEDIUM toothbrush is available. It has medium-hard bristles in the inner bristle field surrounded by velvety meridol® bristles on the edge, giving a firmer brushing sensation while also protecting the gums.
Dentists recommend replacement at least every 3 months. The brush should also be replaced after any bacterial infection, such as a common cold.
No – there is no meridol® toothbrush specifically for children.
- meridol® SOFT – The recommendation for gum problems
- meridol® SPECIAL EXTRA SOFT – For use after surgery or periodontal treatment
- meridol® MEDIUM – Gum protection with a more firm cleaning sensation