Imagine a dust mop.
If you had beautifully finished wooden coffee table, you would not use a scrub brush to take the dust off – for fear of scratching the surface. So why would you want to scour your teeth with aggressive brushing or even abrasive chemicals found in some whitening toothpastes?
The Soladey ionic toothbrush does not require aggressive brushing to help whiten teeth. Because it is an ionic reaction that ultimately loosens harmful ions (deposits) from your teeth and gums. The brush literally starts working if you simply hold it in your mouth.
A light brushing on teeth and gums is all that is needed to sweep away all that yucky stuff. Just like a dust mop.
Give us just three minutes of your time. Twice daily.
Some of our research has indicated that the average time people take to brush their teeth is under one minute. Yet dental practitioners still recommend brushing at least 2-3 minutes each time to achieve oral hygiene goals. Some high-end toothbrushes even have timers to tell you when to stop brushing. Duh.
So if you want to achieve the full benefits of oxygen-rich, ionic cleaning in your mouth, give Soladey just three minutes of your time, twice a day. Anywhere and anytime you want.
No toothpaste. No problem.
We have all grown up with the basic idea of brushing our teeth with toothpaste a couple times a day, getting regular dental checkups and flossing daily. And like everything else in life, few of us do as we are told.
So here is a novel proposition. Try using the Soladey oxygenating toothbrush without toothpaste – it’s a true plaque fighter. Many of our customers don’t use toothpaste for a variety of reasons – environmental concerns, or sensitivities (allergies) – to money saving. Yet the brush still works just fine for them.
Worth a try?
If you can’t live without toothpaste, Soladey recommends a small dab of environmentally friendly toothpastes for taste (because it is hard to change old habits), or essential oils like oregano or peppermint that can also help overall oral health (use just a drop or two as it’s powerful stuff). And we do recommend flossing daily. And visiting your dentist regularly. All are key to good overall dental hygiene.