Lacer Interdental Angular
Because all gaps matter
The range of Lacer interdental brushes has been specially designed to provide effective hygiene of the interdental spaces (the space between two teeth), eliminating accumulated bacterial plaque and providing protection against decay and periodontal disease.
Lacer interdental brushes facilitate access at any angle of the mouth, guaranteeing effective cleaning of the interdental spaces and special areas.
Lacer interdental angular brushes are characterised by the fact that the handle is angled, which enables rotation of up to 90°. This type of handle provides better grip to reach the most distal and difficult to access teeth. This model enables better access to the spaces between molars.
Each one of the parts of the Lacer interdental brush has been painstakingly designed to deliver a brush which, besides cleaning, protects the teeth and gums, featuring the following characteristics:
Long-lasting Tynex® filaments.
In the presence of moisture (saliva) they swell up for greater friction.
Filaments that avoid damaging the surfaces of the gums and teeth.
- Long-lasting surgical wire with high resistance to breakage.
- The finest wire with maximum strength.
- Complete polyurethane coating.
- More hygienic, it prevents bacteria from settling on the wire reel.
- Protects the gums and enamel from accidental injury.
- White-coloured, to promote a clinical appearance that encourages patients to use it.
- It has no galvanic effect on implants and fillings by avoiding metal against metal contact.
- Non-slip effect, for complete control even with wet hands.
- Two-material design.
- With colours to facilitate identification.
- Reusable, it can be opened and closed several times to store unused brushes in perfect conditions.
- Each interdental brush has its own cap.
- It affords hygienic protection for storage in optimal conditions.
Presentation and coding
- Ultra fine angular 6 units (N.C. 15927O.5)
- Extra fine soft angular 6 units (N.C. 15O526.2)
- Extra fine angular 6 units (N.C. 15O522.4)
- Fine angular 6 units (N.C. 15O523.1)
- Conical angular 6 units (N.C. 15O525.5)
- Angular extra fine soft 10 units (N.C. 163241.8)
- Angular extra fine 10 units (N.C. 163242.5)
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