Lacer Dental Tape
Because all gaps matter!
Lacer Dental Tape is an important complement for oral hygiene. It is indicated for eliminating dental plaque (biofilm) and food debris from the interdental spaces, a place which conventional toothbrushes do not reach.
They are impregnated with fluoride and an antiseptic that helps to remineralise enamel and prevent gingival bleeding. They provide deep elimination of accumulated dental plaque and food debris in the narrowest interdental spaces and the gum line.
Lacer Dental Tape consists of a very light, resistant, soft and flexible monofilament fibre. This fibre is called PTFE (Polytetrafluorethylene).
This PTFE fibre slides much more easily between the teeth and does not fray thanks to its structure. Its extreme softness protects the gums from possible lesions.
Its structure in the form of a tape has a larger contact surface which improves its ability to remove dental plaque and food residue. This shape also enables it to slide through very narrow spaces.
Presentation and coding
- Lacer Dental Tape 50 metres (N.C. 213066.1)
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