Light activated ionic toothbrush
SOLADEY is an ionic toothbrush that really does work wonders for your smile! The brush is a regular household item in Japan, where sales top over 2 million units a year, and where the replacement brush heads are purchased at a rate of over 5 million units annually. Soladey is a completely new approach to dental hygiene. The natural reaction of negative electrons with bacteria removes plaque effortlessly. The brush contains a patented titanium rod that reacts with natural or artificial light sources in order to disintegrate the plaque barrier on contact.
Bacteria in plaque attack food, producing acid. This acid causes bad breath, tooth decay, and gum disease. Normally, saliva neutralizes this action. But when plaque builds up, it acts as a barrier, preventing the neutralizing action of the saliva. According to clinical studies, the Soladey toothbrush can stop this plaque buildup. Working with saliva, the brush controls and reduces the bacteria responsible for plaque.
Reasons For Using SOLADEY
Directions for use:
After wetting the bristles and semiconductor with water (saliva is sufficient outdoors - *see note below) brush all surfaces of your tongue without using toothpaste, and especially first thing in the morning after stomach acids have accumulated from sleeping. Brush from the back of tongue (not in the throat!) to the tip of the tongue. You may see discolouration on the bristles (concentrated bacteria and accumulation of acids), and so make sure you rinse bristles with water repeatedly to remove this film. Once you feel the bristles and tongue are adequately clean then you can work on the tooth surfaces as now there will be less concentration of bacteria in your mouth. Bear in mind that the tongue generally carries most of the mouth's bacteria! continue to brush your teeth lightly and thoroughly in the same way as with an ordinary toothbrush. Concentrate on contacting the teeth rather than applying force.This is reason we recommend a MEDIUM head. Unlike a conventional toothbrush, you do not need to brush with force, and so a medium head will penetrate the spaces in between your teeth more efficiently than a soft head and without splaying. Brushing lightly will also be easier on your gums and help fight gengivitis (gum disease/ receding gums).
Saliva is sufficient for brushing teeth outdoors, but in this case we don't recommend you brush your tongue outdoors without a source of running water available to clean the bristles.
Make certain there is an adequate light source (natural or artificial) necessary to activate the semiconductor. If you are brushing the back teeth surfaces the rod will receive limited direct light. If you close your mouth over the rod then the lack of light will not allow the ionic action to occur. Be aware then that when brushing the back teeth that the light should reach the rod. Open your mouth as wide as possible so that the available light may reach your back teeth. The best option is to move close to a direct light source which will illuminate the inside of your mouth! The brighter the source the better the result. You will notice that your saliva will foam slightly when the toothbrush is working effectively. If you are using toothpaste use very little as this can foam over the rod and block light from reaching it.
Make sure you clean the rod after each use. If you live in an area of hard water then carefully remove the handle from the head and clean the rod with bristles (your old toothbrush or a used head).
We recommend a natural mouthwash to replace toothpaste and to freshen your breath. A few drops of NATURAL MINT OIL or even OREGANO OIL also works well.
After use, completely rinse toothpaste that may have adhered to the clear plastic neck of the brush head or the semiconductor.
Do not separate the brush from the handle except for the purpose of replacement.
Never put the semiconductor in the mouth without the brush head.
If the semiconductor should become detached, reinsert it into its hole in the handle.
Make sure you keep the brush head attached to the handle and rod at all times except during replacement. Never leave the toothbrush or bare handle and rod near young children or infants!
The toothbrush comes with a Medium bristle head. Child and Soft bristles heads are also available. The brush head should be replaced at least every 2 to 3 months.
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