PROTECTING HEALTHY GUMS WITH CORSODYL DAILY

Where would your teeth be without your gums? Healthy gums are vital for a healthy mouth and healthy teeth.

So it's good to know that here at Corsodyl, we have a Daily range which helps protect your gums every day.

ABOUT CORSODYL DAILY

What is Corsodyl Daily? Our Daily range of products consists of Mouthwash, Toothbrush, Expanding Floss and Gentle Tape.

  • Mouthwash

    Specially formulated, our clinically proven mouthwash helps remove plaque to protect gums. It also contains fluoride to strengthen teeth and protect against cavities.

    • Clinically proven.
    • Effective plaque reduction*.
    • Creates a shield for up to 12 hours.
    • Strengthens teeth and protects against cavities.
    • Helps fight bad breath.
    • Available in Fresh Mint and Cool Mint flavours.
    • Alcohol free.

    * in combination with toothbrushing

    How to use Corsodyl Daily Mouthwashes

    Use our Daily mouthwash twice daily to help protect your gums. Rinse your mouth for 1 minute with 10 ml of Corsodyl Daily Mouthwash. Do not swallow and don't rinse your mouth out afterwards.

  • Toothbrush

    The Corsodyl Daily Toothbrush has been specifically designed to provide thorough and gentle cleaning of the gum line.

    • Gentle on gums.
    • Cleans hard to reach areas.
    • Adapts to delicate areas.
    • Available with soft or medium bristles.

    How to use the Corsodyl Daily Toothbrushes

    It's important to brush for at least two minutes, twice a day, making sure that all tooth surfaces and the gum line are cleaned.

  • Expanding Floss

    Containing compressed fibres which expand to help clean effectively for a fresh, clean feeling, Corsodyl Daily Expanding Floss helps remove plaque from between teeth. Developed to be used as part of your daily oral health regime and to be used alongside other products in the Corsodyl Daily range.

    • Use as part of daily oral health regime.
    • Cleans where brushing may not reach.

    How to use Corsodyl Expanding Floss

    Clean between your teeth and help remove plaque where brushing may not reach.

  • Gentle tape

    Developed to be used as part of your daily oral health regime alongside other products in the Corsodyl Daily range. Designed to move easily between your teeth. Coated with a smooth wax treatment which dissolves quickly to release fluoride from the fibres.

    • Use as part of daily oral health regime.
    • Moves easily between your teeth.
    • Cleans where brushing may not reach.

    How to use Corsodyl Daily Gentle Tape

    Clean between your teeth and help remove plaque where brushing may not reach.

Guides to keeping your gums healthy

  • Brushing guide

    • When selecting a toothbrush, look for one with a small head and a handle that’s comfortable to grip. Dentists recommend that you replace your toothbrush every three months.
    • Be sure to brush thoroughly with a fluoride toothpaste for at least two minutes twice a day, more often if your dentist recommends it.
    • Brushing removes plaque and food particles from the inner, outer and biting surfaces of your teeth.
    • Be gentle - rough brushing and worn toothbrushes can damage tooth enamel.
    Brush at an angle to the gums

    Brush at an angle to the gums - brush in circular or elliptical fashion. When brushing, point the bristles of the brush towards the gum line at a 45 degree angle. Pay special attention to the area where the teeth meet your gums.

    Brush the outer surface of each tooth

    Brush the outer surface of each tooth, upper and lower, keeping the bristles angled towards the gum line.

    Use the same method on the inside surfaces

    Use the same method on the inside surfaces of all your teeth. To clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and make several small circular strokes with the front part of the brush.

    Brush the outer surface of each tooth

    Brush the outer surface of each tooth, upper and lower, keeping the bristles angled towards the gum line.

    You should mention any of the following to your dentist or hygienist:
    • Bleeding gums when brushing.
    • Bleeding gums when eating.
    • Sore gums.
    • Receding gums or teeth appearing to look longer.
  • Flossing guide

    Take about 45 cm (18 inches) of floss

    Take about 45 cm (18 inches) of floss and wind the ends around your middle fingers, leaving a short distance between them.

    Using your thumb and first finger, gently move the floss between your teeth

    Using your thumb and first finger, gently move the floss between your teeth and wrap in a C shape around the tooth.

    Guide the floss to where the tooth meets the gum, but take care not to damage the gum by flossing too vigorously.

    Guide the floss to where the tooth meets the gum, but take care not to damage the gum by flossing too vigorously. Gently scrape the side of the tooth, moving the floss away from the gum.