The Emmi-dent Ultrasonic Toothbrush has been likened to a “Symphony at its Best”. It offers daily superior dental hygiene with an added prophylaxis effect for everybody (utilising up to 96 million oscillations per minute).”
So far, dentists and scientist have recommended having one’s teeth professionally cleaned at least once per year. These cleanings are typically done in dental surgeries, by dental hygienists or assistants.The coverage of costs by statutory medical insurances differs between insurance companies in each country.
We recommend contacting your medical insurance company regarding the coverage of costs upfront. However, would it not be even more valuable to have the opportunity to have a regular and thorough teeth cleaning and oral hygiene programme to a professional standard, that could take place at home?An effective method of daily prophylaxis and dental therapy? A comparison between traditional teeth cleaning methods and cleaning with an Ultrasound Toothbrush is as follows:
Why is dental care so important
Traditional Teeth Cleaning
– Manual, electric, or sonic brushes
– Cleaning through mechanical friction by means of abrasive substances in the toothpaste (RDA value 70–130, which poses great risk of injuring dental enamel and gums)
– Cleans only where bristles are able to reach, using abrasive action.
– Prophylaxis for areas reached by bristles (e.g. surface cleaning only, no deep tissue cleansing)
– No therapeutic effect.
Teeth cleaning with Emmi-dent Ultrasound Toothbrush
– Up to 96 million air oscillations per minute (pleasant “micro-massage”)
– Cleans via micro-bubbles (in the toothpaste), even within the smallest cavities, fissures and gingival pockets, penetrating 12mm into tissue and areas where bristles cannot reach. Removes discoloration caused by wine, nicotine, food…
– Prophylaxis for complete dentition, including gingival pockets; breaks down bacteria and gives deep and lasting protection, e.g. removes bacteria around dental implants, crowns, build-ups, orthodontic braces etc.
– Therapeutic effect within a few days, even in advanced or acute cases (e.g. inflammation, mouth ulcers…).