Sunday, January 1, 2012

Ionic toothbrush

The Ionic toothbrush works on the principle that every element in nature has a positive or negative charge. This is called polarity. When the polarities are opposite, the two elements cling together. That's why dust sticks to your coffee table and why plaque, which has a positive charge (+), clings stubbornly to your negatively charged (-) teeth.

Ionic Action toothbrush temporarily reverses polarity of the tooth surface from negative (-) to positive (+), drawing plaque towards the negatively charged toothbrush head.

When you brush with a ionic toothbrush, a constant flow of positive ions (+) from the lithium power source temporarily reverses your teeth's polarity. This makes your teeth reject plaque, even in areas that aren't touched by ionic tooth brush bristles.

The IONIC toothbrush handle is only slightly larger in size than a manual toothbrush, and has been specially designed with specialized brush heads head to reach hard-to-clean areas of teeth. The toothbrush handle contains the power source responsible for the ionization, because people are used to slim handled toothbrushes, the ionic tooth brush handle is ergonomically designed.

When the ionic toothbrush is held in your hand and the bristles of the brush head touch your teeth in the presence of saliva or water, an imperceptible electronic circuit is created. The power source for the circuit is encased in the handle section, and covered with a metal pad. When brushing, the user must simply keep a finger or part of the palm in contact with the pad, perferably wet, and brush as usual. The electron flow attracts plaque to the negative bristles for removal. This process is safe, simple and effective.

Additional features of the IONIC toothbrush make it a sensible and efficient oral hygiene tool. It includes an electronic handle, 5 interchangeable brush heads, a power source tester, and a snap on sanitary travel cap. Super Soft bristles are also available in junior size heads for children, or users with sensitive gums.

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