gumline


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gumline

(ˈɡʌmˌlaɪn)
n
(Dentistry) dentistry the line where gums meet the teeth
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Smart Sensors' mean the brush adapts to the needs of different areas of the mouth, picking up speed for the molars, for instance, and switching to a more gentle massage for the gumline.
Brushing horizontally across your teeth can damage your gumline.
At all sobriety checkpoints, the LAPD officers will ask drivers to take up the voluntary test, for which oral fluids from their gumline and cheeks will be collected.
The bristles look like normal bristles but are much finer and have been tapered to reach under the gumline better.
Patients frequently come to the dental office concerned about "notched out" areas near the gumline.
The bristles on the revolving electric toothbrush brushheads get into the hard to reach places, cleaning around braces, bridges, back teeth and gumline making the DentistRx Revolation a great brush for everyone
Place bristles along gumline at toothbrush and apply a 45[degrees] angle to allow pea-sized amount bristles to touch tooth of Biotene toothpaste.
Even with toys and treats, a puppy will seek to investigate his environment, using the high density of nerve receptors along his gumline.
Periodontal disease is caused by oral bacteria, or plaque, which colonises on teeth, between teeth and under the gumline, where toothbrush bristles cannot reach.