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PERFECT Group is the first China's manufacturer of toothbrushes and wipes listed on the A-share market. After 23 years of development, our company has an annual production capacity of 400 million toothbrushes,which is a leading company in the production and export scale of oral cleaning and care products in China.
· Refinement of the production line of oral care products: three subsidiaries of Hengsheng Mould, Meixing Dental, and PERFECT Daily Chemical were established successively. PERFECT is committed to reating a professional, meticulous oral care production group with clear division of work;
· Participate in the formulation of national standards:PERFECT sets up the Jiangsu Province Oral Cleaning and Care Products Engineering Technology Center, focusing on the development and testing of oral health products, and has participated in the formulation of a number of national standards for oral care products;
· Rich product categories: different kinds of toothbrush products cover the different oral care needs of children of all ages and adults in different states. Among them, the star products are: Probiotic toothbrushes, nano antibacterial toothbrushes, wide-head toothbrushes, wheat straw toothbrushes, charcoal bristles toothbrushes, etc.;
· Serving many well-known brands at home and abroad: PERFECT Group serves many well-known brands at home and abroad, such as: TESCO, NUK, Saky, Dencare, YUNNAN BAIYAO, Namei, Watsons, Mannings and other well-known brands.
There are a variety kinds of toothbrush on the market, from cheap toothbrushes bulk to expensive toothbrushes bulk. Choosing the proper toothbrush for yourself is an important matter. There are two basic element of choosing toothbrush-toothbrush head and bristle.
The larger the brush head, the larger the coverage area, the higher the "efficiency" of brushing, but the corners and nooks of the teeth may not be brushed, and the result is often a waste of brushing.
The smaller the brush head, the finer the cleaning, the higher the "quality" of brushing, but it may take 5 minutes to finish brushing when you could have swept your mouth in 2-3 minutes.
So for the choice of brush head should follow a principle: try to choose a small head, but not too small that the appropriate small head is how small?
Take your own teeth for comparison.
Length can cover 2 teeth
Width not more than 4 rows of bristles
The brush bristles are too hard for high cleaning "efficiency", but it is easy to damage the teeth and gums.
If the bristles are too soft, it is good for teeth protection, but it is not easy to clean the closely attached plaque on the teeth.
Try to choose soft bristles, observe the tip of the bristles, compared to the flat, pointed bristles, round-headed bristles on the gums less mechanical damage, so you can choose a toothbrush with a more rounded tip.
There is a difference between adult toothbrushes and kid brushing their teeth. Children are mostly suffering from oral problems such as tooth decay and tartar/pigmentation. In fact, all these oral problems can be prevented by proper brushing. Toothbrush manufactuing company specially design kids toothbrush for helping kids to develop good brushing habits.
A good oral environment all starts with your child's first toothbrush. How to choose the proper toothbrush from kinds of toothbrush on the market?
Depending on the age, choose a toothbrush that fits the size of your child's mouth. A toothbrush with 2-3 rows of bristle bundles, each row consisting of 4-6 bundles, and a brush head that can rotate flexibly in the mouth is more suitable, and in general, it is better to be small than large. It is best to choose a slightly wider distance between the bundles of bristles, easier to clean and ventilation.
2-4 years old: Be sure to choose a soft, fine-filament toothbrush with rounded bristle tips. Because children's teeth and gums are more tender, they can easily be hurt.
5-7 years old: At this time, you should choose a toothbrush with cup-shaped bristles, with soft bristle edges that can completely surround each tooth for thorough cleaning.
After 8 years old: You should choose a toothbrush with soft bristles and a head that reaches to the back of the last tooth on the top and bottom to help clean the teeth and gaps thoroughly, and you should floss with it.
This is the easiest detail for mothers to overlook, because 2-4 years old baby's small hands are not flexible enough, too thin handle is not easy for children to grasp, so choose a thicker grip, bumpy design but not clucking hands of children's toothbrush.
Also cleaning is important. Toothbrush after use must be timely, thorough cleaning, otherwise after a period of time, the toothbrush will retain a large number of bacteria. Toothbrushes are generally replaced once every 3 months or so. If the bristles bend or fall off, the toothbrush should be replaced immediately.
Both bamboo toothbrushes and PLA toothbrushes are fully biodegradable, low-carbon toothbrushes that meet the current requirements for environmental protection and low carbon. Because of the special material of bamboo, bamboo toothbrushes are particularly effective in removing oral odor and inhibiting the growth of bacteria. In addition, compared with traditional kinds of toothbrush, bamboo toothbrush also has the advantages of high strength, high impact resistance, recyclable, waterproof and insect-proof, etc. PLA toothbrush is a toothbrush made of PLA polylactic acid, which is a 100% biodegradable plastic with corn as the initial raw material and can be completely decomposed into carbon dioxide and water under composting experimental environment. The reason why toothbrush manufacturing company choose this material is that PLA polylactic acid is an environmentally friendly, non-toxic and low-carbon new material. ECO toothbrushes are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, no unpleasant odor, non-toxic and harmless to human body, living animals and environment, and are the best alternative to traditional plastic toothbrushes. By using these biological materials, it is not affected by the oil crisis and also reduces the problem of white pollution.
There are many kinds of toothbrushes on market. Brushing teeth in a right way is an important thing we should notice.
·Brush your teeth twice a day.
·Brush every tooth surface, tilt the toothbrush at 45 degrees and place it at the junction of the teeth and gums, shaking it gently from side to side. Brush the upper row of teeth with the bristles facing upward at a 45-60 degree angle to the teeth, and the lower row of teeth with the bristles facing downward at a 45-60 degree angle. When brushing, gently press the bristles toward the gums, close to the tooth surface, and brush back and forth two by two. This action allows the bristles to brush deep into the gum sulcus, cleaning the periodontal and dental parts. When brushing the inside of the teeth, the bristles are still at an angle of 45-60 degrees to the teeth and brush back and forth two by two to clean the gums and teeth. Especially the inner part of the molars of the lower jaw is the most difficult to brush, because it is easy to feel nauseous and not easy to clean because of the tongue obstruction. Remember to relax, practice breathing through your nose, avoid your tongue, and brush to the junction of the teeth and gums to get it right. When brushing the biting surface of the teeth, brush the bristles at a right angle to the tooth surface, and brush two teeth back and forth, about 10 times for each two teeth. When brushing, brush horizontally, two by two, back and forth, about 10 times for each two teeth. Remember not to brush a whole row of teeth at once, as this will easily damage your gums and teeth.
The bristles of the toothbrush should brush part of the gums and part of the teeth at the same time to be considered correct. When brushing the upper row of teeth, the bristles rush up, and when brushing the lower row of teeth, the bristles rush down, covering a little bit of the gums, and the toothbrush does a short horizontal movement; if you brush only the teeth and not the gums, plaque will accumulate at the junction of the teeth and gums, which will easily lead to gingivitis, periodontal disease and tooth decay.
·At least two minutes each time: the average person has 28 teeth, not counting wisdom teeth, and each tooth has three surfaces to brush, so that a total of 84 tooth surfaces, 120 seconds divided by 84 tooth surfaces, each surface brush less than 2 seconds. In fact, for most people, two minutes may not be enough if they want to achieve a better brushing effect.
-Choose a best toothbrush for cleaning teeth that fits your mouth size: It is often recommended to choose a small toothbrush to ensure that you can easily brush every spot in your mouth.
-Change your toothbrush every three months: Whether it's a manual toothbrush or an electric toothbrush, using an old toothbrush not only reduces friction efficiency, but also breeds many bacteria.
Use of fluoride toothpaste is recommended: Using fluoride toothpaste is a safe, effective and cost-effective way to prevent cavities. Because fluoride toothpaste is the toothpaste addition material that has been proven to reduce the incidence of caries through years of laboratory testing and daily use.
H2: Should I brush my teeth first and then eat breakfast, or eat breakfast first and then brush my teeth?
The correct habit is to eat first after waking up in the morning and then brush your teeth by top manual toothbrush, but our education from childhood is to brush your teeth when you wake up, and it is already a habit that is hard to change. For one thing, when eating, the rough food is like bristles that help teeth play a self-cleaning role when chewing; and for another, new plaque will form again in about 20min after eating. So brushing your teeth after breakfast is actually more in line with the optimal efficiency.
·Brushing is not only to brush away the soft scale (food residue) that can be seen, but also to destroy the invisible plaque.
·The human mouth is planted with countless bacteria, some good and some bad, but as long as the bacteria will create plaque for their own survival, so even if you think your teeth look pretty clean, you should brush your teeth once every 12 hours or so.
·In theory, it is indeed more scientific to brush your teeth after meals Effective (as long as you have eaten, new soft tartar will be deposited, and at the same time, plaque is also growing persistently, when the toothbrush can poke down to get rid of all of it).
Many ancient civilizations around the world used to brush their teeth with twigs or small pieces of wood, and another common method was to rub the teeth with baking soda or chalk. Toothbrushes with brown bristles have been used in India and Africa since about 1,600 B.C.
According to the American Dental Association, the Chinese emperor Ming Xiaozong also had a toothbrush made of short, stiff hogs' watch hairs inserted into a bone handle in 1498. The traditional Western method of cleaning teeth was to rub the teeth with a rag, a method that existed at least since Roman times. In 1938, DuPont Chemical introduced toothbrushes made of synthetic fibers (mostly nylon) instead of animal hair, and the first toothbrush with nylon yarn bristles was introduced on February 24 of that year.
The first electric toothbrush, called "the Broxodent", was developed in 1954 by Philippe-G. WOOG (Toulouse University, Ph. Pharmaceutical) in 1959 for the centennial of the American Dental Association.
All types of manual toothbrushes are usually brushed with toothpaste or flossed to clean the teeth.
In January 2003, the Lemelson-MIT Invention Index ranked the toothbrush as the number one "invention essential to American life," beating out cars, personal computers, cell phones and microwave ovens.