The effective principle
Daily prophylaxis with pure ultrasound for everyone at home-(max. 96 million oscillations per minute). Dentists and scientists have so far been advising at least one professional dental cleaning per year, which is carried out in the dental surgeries of prophylaxis assistants or dental hygienists. The cost absorption by the statutory health insurance companies varies from health insurance to health insurance and country. For this reason, we advise you to inform yourself about the transfer of costs at your statutory health insurance company in advance.
But these costs are avoidable by realizing a Possibility of a regular and careful dental cleaning and oral hygiene at home, which is an effective daily prophylaxis and therapy.
In contrast to all the above-mentioned cleaning procedures macro cleaning – mechanical movements with 20,000 to 30,000 oscillations per minute), the new micro-cleaning (max. 96 million oscillations per minute) relies on a completely different “motion “, almost touch-free ultrasound technology.
The valuable advantage of this procedure is, that it even cleans in places in the mouth where no macro cleaning process can work, nor dental floss or interdental brushes.
The ultrasound waves penetrate into the smallest spaces, including braces and implants. Without mechanical pressure, they clean teeth, tooth gaps, fissures and gums effectively and sustainably.
Difference to sound toothbrushes
Ultrasonic toothbrushes convert the electrical energy from the rechargeable battery (battery is located in the handhold part of the ultrasonic device) into health-safe ultrasonic waves via modern electronics with a maximum of 96 million oscillations per minute. This is not to be confused with the so-called “Sonic Toothbrushes“, which work with conventional macro-cleaning methods, i.e. “scrub” the teeth.The inaudible vibrations are transmitted to the teeth, the gums, the palate and also the tongue via the ultrasound attachment and through an ultrasound toothpaste as well as through the saliva. The ultrasound is creating millions of microbubbles, which can penetrate into the smallest gaps due to their small size. There they “implode” and remove impurities such as food residues, tartar, plaque, bacteria, etc. The ultrasound movement then transports the impurities outward.