Brush up on bristles
From the softest Konex HD® bristles to the most effective whitening Pedex bristles
UltraSoft Konex HD® bristles
The tapered shape of our Konex HD® bristles imparts stability at the base and flexibility in the tip. This shape helps the bristles adapt to the surfaces of the teeth, hugging their curves and establishing more intimate contact than conventional bristles can achieve. They are the cat’s whiskers. No, seriously – they are! Just as whiskers help a cat to navigate the world and avoid danger, our Konex HD® bristles navigate your teeth and avoid damage.
Our Konex HD® bristles are five times thinner than regular UltraSoft bristles, making them UltraUltraSoft. This provides comfort during brushing, particularly for those with sensitive teeth and gums, making the task of brushing teeth a pleasant experience. You may think that the word softness is synonymous with weakness, but our Konex HD® bristles are in fact five times more durable than those of conventional toothbrushes.
TIP TOP TAPERED BRISTLES
Did you know that tapered bristles have been shown to be more effective at cleaning than regular bristles? Multiple studies have compared the efficacy of tapered bristles vs. conventional rounded bristles and have found that the former are significantly better than the latter
Whitening Pedex® bristles
Embedded within our Pedex® bristles are tiny rubber balls, rub away stains from teeth while polishing their surface. The bristles even erased the competition, by cleaning 37% more effectively than other tested brushes.*
* Internal study at the University of Ulm, Germany, 2002
Toothbrushes with Konex HD® bristles
Target® & Focus®
The all new brush heads for the Sonic Generation 8 Winner® get up close and personal with each tooth, thanks to their sophisticated design and optimised bristle configurations.
Read more about this highly specialised duo ►here.
The Kids Flosserbrush is an ideal starter brush. Its ergonomic design with rubberised facets help tiny hands grip the handle, while allowing space for helping hands.
Read more about your kid's first toothbrush ►here.