Superior Dental Hygiene with Ultrasound

Compare Different Cleaning Techniques:

Comparison

 

Traditional tooth cleaning Oral hygiene with Emmi-dent Ultrasound
Manual, electrical, sonic brushes 100% Ultrasound/Ultrasonic
Cleaning through mechanical friction by means of abrasive substances in the toothpaste (RDA value 70–130; great risk of injuring dental enamel and gums)
See: http://satyen.com/toothpastes.shtml
Motionless cleaning (no brushing, less irritation to gums)
No abrasive particles (RDA value = 0)
No damage to the enamel or gums
Mechanical rotations per minute
(30–35,000 rotations per minute)
(unpleasant friction)
Up to 84 million air oscillations per minute (pleasant micro-massage)
Cleans where bristles reach and
where they are able to abrade
Cleans via implosion of nano-bubble toothpaste, even in the smallest cavities, fissures and gingival pockets; removes discoloration caused by wine, nicotine, food
Typically requires additional means such as dental floss, interdental brushes, mouthwashes, etc. Ultraclean = No additional cleaning required
Prophylaxis for areas reached by bristles (surface, no deep tissue cleansing); regular visits for prophylaxis treatments with dentist required (expensive) Prophylaxis for complete dentition, including gingival pockets; breaks down bacteria and protects e.g. your implants
No therapeutic effect Therapeutic effect within a few days, even in advanced, acute cases (e.g. inflammation, mouth ulcers)

 

Don’t be confused by large marketing budgets: A Sonic Brush is NOT Ultrasonic! As the table shows, there are fundamental differences.