The intense speed of the Sonic Toothbrush imparts energy to the saliva and fluids that surround the teeth. The motion of these agitated fluids is capable of dislodging dental plaque, even beyond where the bristles of the toothbrush touch, extending to hard to reach areas.This in turn helps dilute and wash away toxins produced by the bacteria that live in dental plaque reducing their harmful effects.
- 40,000 brush strokes per minute create turbulent fluid action for enhanced cleaning
- 2 minute timer feature
- Removable storage compartment
- Recharging base for both brushes
- 4 colour coded brush heads
How to Use:
Step 1: Push a brush head fully onto the shaftof the main unit. Add your usual toothpaste to the brush head.
Step 2: Press the on/off button once to begin treatment.
Step 3: Move the brush head gently along your teeth and gum line region. Allow the brush head to stay on the surface of each tooth for a few seconds using a slight circular motion. Note: You may feel a tickling sensation on the gums which you will get used to with use. Reach all areas of your teeth including the inner surfaces, chewing surfaces and behind the back teeth.
Step 4: Clean each quarter for 30 seconds completing all teeth in 2 minutes. The toothbrush will automatically switch off after 2 minutes have elapsed (the time recommended by dentists). Alternatively, press the on/off buttonat any time during treatment to turn the toothbrush off.
- The brush heads are for single person use to avoid any possibility of cross infection of gum disease.
- Twin pack sonic toothbrush
- 4 x colour coded sonic toothbrush heads
What are tooth decay and gum disease? Plaque is one of the underlining factors behind thecause 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 the development of tooth 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.
The intense speed of a sonic toothbrush imparts energy to the saliva and fluids that surround the teeth. The motion of these agitated fluids is capable of dislodging dental plaque, even beyond where the bristles of the toothbrush touch, extending to hard to reach areas. This in turn helps dilute and wash away toxins produced by the bacteria that live in dental plaque reducing their harmful effects. Regular cleaning and brushing of teeth, in-betweenand below the gum line should be an essential part of your dental regime to help prevent gum disease. If plaque build-up is not removed regularly, the bacteria in it will produce acid and toxins, irritating and damaging the teeth and gums.
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