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Corsodyl Daily Original Toothpaste 75ml
- Daily toothpaste clinically proven to help stop and prevent bleeding gums
- Diagnosed you with gum disease, you may choose the Corsodyl Treatment range
- Physically removes the build of plaque bacteria
- Scientifically formulated to reduce the build-up of plaque bacteria
- Disrupts plaque bacteria along the gum line
- Helps to maintain the health of your gums
Corsodyl Daily Original Toothpaste 75ml
Corsodyl Toothpaste is a daily toothpaste that is clinically proven to help stop and prevent bleeding gums.
HELP PROTECT YOUR GUMS WITH CORSODYL
Healthy gums don't bleed, so if you see any blood when you brush or floss your teeth, this can be a sign of gum disease. If left untreated the problem could get worse, leading to bad breath, red and swollen gums, receding gums and eventually even tooth loss.
That's why it's important to take action to treat bleeding gums.
One of the main causes of bleeding gums is the build up of plaque bacteria. If this isn't removed it can irritate gums making them bleed.
Corsodyl Toothpaste is a daily toothpaste that is clinically proven to help stop and prevent bleeding gums. Its formula is different from a regular toothpaste, as it uses refined particles of sodium bicarbonate to break apart the layer of plaque bacteria on your teeth to make it easier to remove, even in hard to reach areas.
By physically removing the build up of plaque bacteria along the gumline, Corsodyl Toothpaste is 4x more effective than a regular toothpaste at removing the main cause of bleeding gums. When used twice daily it is clinically proven to help stop and prevent bleeding gums.
CORSODYL COMPLETE PROTECTION FOR HEALTHY GUMS AND STRONG TEETH
Taking good care of your gums is vital as healthy gums provide the foundation for strong teeth. You also need to keep teeth clean to help preserve their natural whiteness. The best way to help keep your teeth and gums healthy is brushing for two minutes, twice a day with a toothpaste that helps to protect your gums and teeth.
TREATMENT FOR BLEEDING GUMS
Gum disease can become a serious problem when left untreated. Here's 5 methods for the prevention and treatment of bleeding gums.
- Brush for two minutes, twice daily with a manual or electric toothbrush with a small head and soft round bristles. Try not to brush too hard and use a circular or elliptical motion around your mouth. It is recommended to replace your toothbrush every 3 months.
- Flossing or using interdental brushes can help remove food particles and plaque bacteria from hard to reach areas, such as in between your teeth. Floss twice daily, ideally just before you brush your teeth.
- Choose a fluoride toothpaste that has been scientifically formulated to reduce the build-up of plaque bacteria that can irritate your gums and lead to gum disease. For example, Corsodyl Toothpaste physically removes the build of plaque bacteria, and is 4x more effective* than a regular toothpaste at removing the main cause of bleeding gums.
- If you see blood in your spit when you brush or experience any other possible signs of gum disease, speak to your dentist as soon as possible. But don't wait for there to be a problem before acting. Attending regular dental check-ups can help you identify and treat gum disease symptoms before they get worse.
- A poor diet that is low in nutrients can make teeth and gums more vulnerable to problems. The gums of smokers are susceptible to infection. Leading a healthy lifetsyle and eating well can help keep your whole body in good condition, including your gums.
If your dentist has diagnosed you with gum disease, you may choose to use a product from the Corsodyl Treatment range.
Complete your oral care routine with Corsodyl Daily Mouthwash.
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WHY USE CORSODYL TREATMENT RANGE POST DENTAL SURGERY?
The chances of a successful surgical treatment can rely on reducing the amount of bacteria in your mouth, particularly around the wound or where gums have become damaged. Corsodyl Treatment Products can be used post dental surgery to help keep the mouth clean and to promote gum healing.
HOW CORSODYL MEDICATED PRODUCTS HELPS YOUR GUMS HEAL
There are some Corsodyl Treatment Products that are indicated for use after dental surgery as they contain Chlorhexidine Digluconate which both kills bacteria and forms a protective antibacterial layer over the teeth and gums to prevent further plaque build up. Because of its antibacterial action these products can help promote gum healing after surgery: Corsodyl 1% w/w Dental Gel, Corsodyl Spray and Corsodyl Treatment Mouthwash.
It is particularly helpful in the week after surgery when the wound is sore and you need to avoid disturbing stitches. Rinsing twice a day with Corsodyl Treatment Mouthwash helps to keep your mouth clean while your gums heal.
If you want to minimise bacteria in a certain area, you can choose to use Corsodyl 1% w/w Dental Gel as this can be applied directly to deliver a more concentrated treatment to the affected area.
WHAT IS A SCALE AND POLISH?
Gum disease is often caused by a build up of plaque bacteria, the best way to remove this is by twice daily tooth brushing. But no matter how well you clean your teeth there will always be hard to reach areas that are tricky to keep clean. In these areas, plaque bacteria can accumulate and may eventually mineralise to form a tough, crusty deposit called calculus or tartar, which is impossible to remove by brushing alone. If not removed, more plaque can build up around the tooth and potentially under the gum line, leading to the progression of gum disease.
To reduce the risk of gum disease or to help stop it from becoming more serious, your dentist may recommend that you have a professional clean, called a scale and polish, to get your teeth properly clean.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT A SCALE AND POLISH?
A scale and polish can be done by your dentist or hygienist.
The first ‘scrape’ stage removes the deposits of plaque and tartar. Often an ultrasound scraper is used first to get rid of the bulk of the tartar, followed by specialised hand held instruments to scrape away any stubborn remains.
The next step is to 'polish' the teeth to make the surface really smooth. While polishing removes stains leaving teeth bright and shiny, it is not just a cosmetic procedure. It also smoothes away minor imperfections and patches of rough texture on the teeth to protect against further plaque build up.
Your dentist will advise you how often you should have a scale and polish. It's important to remember that professional cleaning is an addition to a good daily oral health routine, and should never replace twice daily brushing with a fluoride toothpaste. They may recommend using a toothpaste such as Corsodyl Toothpaste to help remove plaque between visits to the dentist.
Before taking any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet. You can find information leaflets for your medicines by typing them into the search bar at medicines.org, or by contacting us.
CORSODYL DAILY TOOTHPASTE HELPS STOP AND PREVENT BLEEDING GUMS
If you spit blood when you brush or floss, it can be a sign you have gum problems. Corsodyl Daily toothpaste is a specialist toothpaste specifically designed to help keep gums healthy and help put a stop to bleeding gums.
Corsodyl Toothpaste is available in four variants including Original, Ultra Clean, Whitening and Extra Fresh, so you can choose the one that's perfect for you.
Complete your oral care routine with the Corsodyl Toothbrush and Corsodyl Daily Mouthwash.
WHY DO I NEED TO FLOSS?
Keeping your teeth and gums clean by removing plaque bacteria is the best way to protect against gum disease, however it is difficult to reach the spaces in between your teeth by brushing alone. Dental floss or tape can help you to remove plaque build up from between your teeth and below the gum line (where your tooth meets the gum).
While interdental brushes can be very effective at keeping those hard to reach spaces clean, sometimes the gaps between your teeth are too small to fit a brush in, which is why floss is a great alternative.
HOW TO FLOSS
When it comes to flossing teeth effectively, using the correct technique is vital. Here’s our simple guide to help show you how to floss properly:
- Always be gentle, if you floss too aggressively you could damage your gums.
- Break off around 45cm of floss and wind the ends around one finger of each hand.
- Hold the floss gently between your thumbs and forefingers, with around 2.5cm held taut between them.
- Use a gentle rocking motion to insert the floss between your teeth.
- When the floss reaches the gum line, curve it into a C-shape against the tooth.
- Hold the floss against the side of the tooth and gently scrape the floss upwards away from the gum, repeat on the other side of the gap on the edge of the next tooth. Do not snap or saw the floss.
- Don’t forget the back of your last tooth.
- Keep to a regular rhythm to ensure you don’t miss any teeth out.
If you aren’t sure about how to floss correctly ask your dentist or hygienist to show you the right technique.
At first you may see bleeding when flossing, this should clear up quickly, but if you are still seeing blood when you floss after a few days it could be a sign that you have gum disease. It is important to discuss this with your dentist, who can check the health of your gums and advise you on how to put a stop to gum disease.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU FLOSS?
Many people are unsure of how often you should floss, or whether you should floss before or after brushing. From the age of 12 you should use interdental brushes or floss to clean between your teeth once a day before brushing.
Always follow the label directions:
- Brush twice a day and not more than three times, minimise swallowing and spit out.
Suitable for daily use.
BEST WAY TO BRUSH YOUR TEETH
The team at Corsodyl have created a guide to the best way to brush your teeth so here are six simple steps you can take in your daily oral care routine to reduce your risk of seeing blood when you spit:
1. TWICE FOR TWO
Brushing helps remove plaque bacteria and food particles that, if allowed to build up around, on and in between your teeth, can irritate your gums and lead to problems like gingivitis. Brush for two minutes twice a day, ideally using a fluoride toothpaste like Corsodyl Toothpaste.
2. DON'T MISS ANYWHERE
Make sure you clean every corner of your mouth whenever you brush, including hard to reach areas like in between your teeth. Move methodically around your mouth, covering off the outer and inside surfaces of all your teeth (upper and lower) as well as the chewing surfaces. You can also ask your dentist about the best way to brush your teeth.
3. BE GENTLE
When it comes to teeth cleaning, harder is not better. In fact, brushing too roughly or too much, or using a worn toothbrush can wear away tooth enamel, so brush carefully. It is also recommended to replace your toothbrush every three months.
4. KNOW YOUR ANGLES
Use a circular or elliptical motion and point the toothbrush down towards the gum at a 45 degree angle. This helps clean the gum line (the area where the gum meets the tooth). For the inside surfaces of your front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and use the front part to make small, circular strokes.
5. DON'T FORGET YOUR GUM LINE
Your gum line can be susceptible to the build-up of harmful plaque bacteria. Be especially careful to brush away plaque from this area as well as from in the gaps between your teeth. Along with regular flossing or using interdental brushes, this can help you control plaque build-up.
6. AND DON'T FORGET YOUR TONGUE EITHER
Good oral hygiene isn't just about your teeth and gums. Brushing your tongue gently can also help freshen your breath and clean your mouth by removing bacteria.
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Sodium Bicarbonate, Aqua, Glycerin, Alcohol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Mentha Arvensis Oil, Mentha Piperita Oil, Xanthan Gum, Echinacea Purpurea Flower/Leaf/Stem Juice, Krameria Triandra Extract, Sodium Fluoride, Chamomilla Recutita Extract, Salvia Officinalis Oil, Commiphora Myrrha Extract, Limonene, Sodium Saccharin, Linalool, CI 77491, Contains: Sodium Fluoride 0.310% w/w (1400 ppm Fluoride)
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