The Velvet Toothbrush brings highly refined design and high end technology to your oral care routine.
The typical toothbrush only has about a thousand bristles to scrub the teeth, yet the Velvet Toothbrush has 13,000 ultra-soft, finely frayed filaments. Ultra-thin CUREN filaments are densely bundled on an angled compact brush head, and the bundled and frayed filaments hug the teeth and gums and deftly draw away dental dross, bacteria, and biofilm.
This is the best brush ever to use for the preferred tooth-blotting technique. The blotting technique uses a dabbing motion (in lieu of the traditional brushing motion), which draws up oral debris away from the teeth and gums and into the brush head. The frayed ends of the filaments reach under the gum line, behind teeth, and in every tiny oral crevice for the deepest and gentlest clean.
The Velvet Toothbrush is awesome for all mouths, including children too. It is also the ideal brush for aggressive brushers, for those who tend to use too much pressure, or for sensitive teeth and gums because the velvety-soft filaments gently glide over gums while effectively clearing plaque.
Tooth Blotting Technique
Tooth Blotting is a brushing technique that focuses on the gums. Our 8 Steps of Successful Self-Dentistry highlights gum care and oral care. Start blotting by placing the brush head so that half of the filaments are on a tooth and half on the gums and dab a few times. Then dab the front and back of the tooth. After cleaning a small area of the mouth, rinse the brush head and move to the next section. Finally, blot the tongue, cheeks, and the roof of the mouth, and then rinse with a salt or baking soda water solution and/or one of our Swishing Serums.
Add a drop of Happy Gum Drops or Ozonated Gel, Neem Enamilizer Liquid Toothpolish, Yogi Tooth Serum, or Mint + Myrrh Tooth Serum to the brush before blotting to add a biome-balancing botanical for an enhanced clean.
Velvet Toothbrush Care
Rinse the brush with water and let air dry (use the storage cap for travel). Once or twice a week, dip the filaments in diluted hydrogen peroxide for a deep clean. For best results, replace the brush every month.