The Dental Polisher is a home dental kit provides an easy to use plaque removal and tooth whitening regime. It helps to eliminate the dangerous build up of plaque, removes stains and reduces discolouration. The Dental Polisher, dental hygiene kit comes with an interdental pik, plaque removal tool and stain eraser. You should use this kit in conjunction with your normal dental care regime.
How to Use:
Dental Polisher The dental polisher will help you to remove stains and discolouration on the front teeth. It will also shine and polish your front teeth, providing you with a dentalregime you can use between visits to your dentist.
Step 1: Place a dental polisher rubber cap onto the end of the Dental Polisher. Squeeze a small amount of whitening drops into the cap. Apply a small amount over the front teeth if you wish.
Step 2: Activate the polisher by pressing the lever on the back of the unit, making light contact with the tooth. To stop the polisher, simply release the pressure of the lever.
Step 3: Move over the teeth you wish to polish. Do not press whilst polishing, the rubber cap will stop rotating if too much pressure is applied (this is a safety feature). Re-apply whitening drops into the cap (and teeth) when required.
Tooth Stain Eraser The tooth stain eraser helps remove tough stains on thefront teeth such as tea, coffee and tobacco. You will find two types of tips, the orange tip is slightly harder, and the clear tip is softer. Try both to see which you are most comfortable with. Take special care when applying pressure near to the gum line, do not use heavy pressure, as the enamel of the teeth is much weaker here, so you risk exposing the root surfaces. The stain eraser must not be used on the root surface of the teeth.
Step 1: Place a tip onto end of stain eraser. If heavy plaque or food particles are present, brush teeth beforehand and use the interdental pik or plaque removal tool.
Step 2: Rinse mouth thoroughly with mouth wash. Apply a small amount of the whitening drops to the tip by dipping into the tube. Rub the stained areas of the front teeth with the tip using light to medium pressure. Use short rubbing movements and change direction every few strokes.
Step 3: Rinse mouth and repeat if stains are still visible. Re-apply whitening drops when required.
Interdental Pik Tool The interdental pik is used to remove food particles,plaque and tartar build-up from the hard to reach places between your teeth and gums.
Step 1: Hold the Pik as you would hold a pen. Use the dental mirror to get a clear view of the hard to reach places between your teeth and gums.
Step 2: Use the hook to pick out any plaque, tartar or food particles that may betrapped.
Plaque Removal Tool The plaque removal tool allows you to wipe away the plaque and tartar build-up from the surrounding areas on the surface of the teeth and gums.
Step 1: Hold like a pen and use the dental mirror to view the area.
Step 2: Use one of the scraping edges to move over the tooth surface with light to medium pressure.
Step 3: Remove the plaque and tartar until the surface is smooth and clean. Repeat on all teeth. Only use the plaque removal tool on the enamel part of the teeth, not the gums.
- Do not ingest. Do not swallow any of the plaque or tartar.
- This product is not recommended for use by children under the ageof 12 years.
- Avoid direct contact with eyes. If the whitening drops get into eyes, rinse thoroughly with water.
- The Dental polisher is not intended to replace dental visits. Regular visits should still be made to your dentist.
- Dental polisher
- Interdental pik
- Plaque removal tool
- Stain eraser
- Dental mirror
- 20ml whitening paste
- Polishing heads
What are tooth decay and gum disease? Plaque is one of the underlining factors behind the cause of tooth decay. It is a colourless, sticky layer of bacteria that builds up on the surface of the teeth which reacts with the sugars and starches found in the foods we eat and drink. This reaction produces acids which attack the tooth enamel weakening it and leaving it vulnerable to cavities.
There are three places on and around the tooth that decay can often occur as a result of plaque build-up:
1. In the grooves on the tops of the teeth (the biting surfaces).
2. Between the teeth.
3. Pockets between tooth and gum.
Regular cleaning in-between teeth and below the gum line should be an essential part of your dental regime to help prevent plaque build-up and gum disease.
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