The two most common problems facing me every day...

Mar 12, 2012


The two most common problems facing me every day in general dental practice are enamel loss caused by attrition and toothbrush abrasion. The first treat with a nocturnal bite raising appliance the second I treat by prescribing Radius toothbrushes. I find that even so called medium toothbrushes are still too hard for most patients. Once they start with a RADIUS, the sensitivity disappears, and the gingival condition improves dramatically.

I also find that a RADIUS brush lasts for over a year and so represents a good value for money. I have a practice of 22,000 patients and about a third of all adults are strongly recommended to use your excellent brush.

Yours Sincerely,

David Brown