Here we compare cleaning techniques:

Traditional tooth cleaning


Oral hygiene with 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)


Motionless cleaning. No abrasive particles mean NO damage to the enamel or gums, assuring dental hygiene (RDA value = 0)


± 30,000-35.000 mechanical rotations per minute (unpleasant friction)


maximum 96 million air oscillations per minute (pleasant micro-massage)


Cleans only where bristles reach and are able to abrade


Cleans through formation and implosion of special nano-bubble tooth-paste, even in the smallest cavities, fissures and gingival pockets as well as up to 12 mm deep into the tissues through Ultrasound


Requires additional means such as dental floss, inter-dental brushes, mouthwashes, etc.


No additional cleaning required


No therapeutic effect


Therapeutic effects proceed quickly