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GUM® Proxabrush® Go-Betweens® Refills, Tight Zoom

GUM® Proxabrush® Go-Betweens® Refills, Tight

SKU# 414B
GUM® Proxabrush® Go-Betweens® handle and refills are comfortable, easy to use, specially designed handle and brush systems to remove dental plaque from hard-to-reach places between the teeth most commonly missed by toothbrushing alone. Ideal for between natural teeth and around crowns, bridges, dental implants, and orthodontic appliances.

GUM® Proxabrush® Go-Betweens® refills have a precision manufactured brush head with unique triangular bristles that are proven to remove more dental plaque than conventional round bristles.*

The soft nylon bristles have an antibacterial coating** to help keep the brush clean and hygienic between uses.

Four sizes of brush heads are available to fit from the tightest to widest of between-teeth spaces. Tight brush heads are designed to clean the tooth and gum surfaces adjacent to the narrowest spaces. If in doubt consult your dental hygienist for advice on which sizes are right for your mouth.

Clean between the teeth at least once per day to remove dental plaque from areas not reached by toothbrushing alone and where tooth decay and gum disease often occur!

*Data on file.

**Bristles incorporate a patented antibacterial agent for continuous bristle protection during the recommended life of the brush. Bacterial growth that may affect the bristles is inhibited. The agent in the bristles does not protect against disease. As always, rinse your brush after use.


Availability: In stock

Product Attributes
    The #1 selling handle and refill system recommended by dental professionals.
    Novel triangular-shaped nylon bristles increase plaque removal effectiveness by up to 25%.*
    Nylon bristles are coated with an antibacterial agent and the wire stem is coated with nylon to avoid scratching implants and receiving minor galvanic shocks from metal restorations.
    Also available in a wide range of sizes to clean from the tightest to the widest spaces:
    4 diameters: tight, moderate, wide and ultra wide. Choose the diameter that easily fits into the space between the teeth, under the bridge or around the wires and brackets of an orthodontic appliance.
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    1. Use gentle in-and-out motions to remove plaque and food particles.
    2. Never force the brush into tight spaces. Do not bend or twist wires during use.
    3. Rinse the brush and handle after each use.
    *Data on file
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    Overall Rating:
    Number of Reviews: 23
    By : Se
    5 gum and teeth brush

    This is the best brand in the market.

    It's ideal for tightly spaced teeth, gets out the small particles that lodge between teeth and cause cavities.

    The one time use-only ones are ridiculous, they bend and break in seconds, and they don't really take out everything.

    By : EM
    1 Ulta tight

    I have used go-betweens #12 for many
    years. They were recommended by a periodontist.
    I want to keep my teeth all my life but
    my last dental exam was not the same as it has been these last several years.
    Please, please bring back the straight refill brushes--they are the best! By the way CVS never has a supply of any size of brushes.

    By : Michael G
    1 Where is the cylindrical

    First: SHAME on you for dropping the cylindrical shape. Why not offer both the taper AND cylindrical shape in all four sizes or at least the cylindrical shape? This was a really poor customer relations decision.
    Second: Any size is hard to find at a retailer in my area (zip 17362).

    By : JAM
    1 Poor Quality Product

    Wire is so flimsy that they are breaking between teeth . I bought a few packets on-line, when I am through I will looking into another brand. I have been using G.U.M. brand products for years.

    By : dakota dave
    5 long time use

    I have used these for years and they work better than floss or any thing else I have ever tried. The bad part is no stores handle them in my area anymore.

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