Smilex™ Ultrasonic Toothbrush Review ·

Product Features

  • Combines 18,000 Sonic bristle vibrations per minute and 96 million Ultrasonic pulses per minute to remove food particles and destroy plaque below the gum line.
  • SEE CHART ON LEFT Proven to reduce plaque by 97% in a single brushing, and reduce bleeding by 60% and Gingivitis by 28% in 30 days
  • Includes 2 brush heads (a 6-month supply) a massage head and brush cover. Comes with a Limited 1 Year Warranty and an "Unlimited Forever Warranty." Available exclusively from Tools For Living®.
  • Plaque is the Problem, Smilex is the answer. The Smilex Dual Frequency Ultrasonic Electric Toothbrush is very effective at cleaning teeth and protecting gums from bleeding, and Gingivitis. Reaches into pockets along gum line with ultrasonic waves penetrating up to almost ½" below the gum line. Perfect for braces, bridges and implants. Destroys bacteria on the toothbrush bristles without using any other sources such as ultraviolet. SEE COMPARISON TABLE ON LEFT. With the Dual Frequency Technology of the sonic vibrations of the bristles, you do not have to brush your teeth with a lot of pressure, let Smilex do all the work for you. Requires no special toothpaste. Use your favorite!
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Product Description


Welcome to the smilex ultrasonic toothbrush review.

The Smlilex Ultrasonic Electric Toothbrush is the best electric toothbrush available for you to buy in the market as we speak. It was also voted number 1 from our editors in the best electric toothbrush comparison guide earlier this year.

If you are going to invest money to your health you’ll want to stick up with the latest technology. Ultrasonic technology is the latest technological advantage electric toothbrushes have.

Don’t Waste Your Time or Money on Old or No Ultrasonic Toothbrush Technologies. Dentists and Dental Hygienists rely on ultrasound to clean teeth, fight gingivitis and treat periodontal disease. Now you can too, conveniently at home, with the Smilex Dual Frequency Ultrasonic Toothbrush.

Electric toothbrushes such as Oral B use gears and cables to mechanically rotate the brush head. Sonic toothbrushes like Sonicare® and Bling Diamond use opposing magnets to vibrate the toothbrush head. Both methods just rub the bristles against the teeth and gums, having no remedial effect below the gum line where plaque-causing bacteria fester.

Fortunately, the inventor of the ultrasonic toothbrush, that was first manufactured 1992, has redesigned and improved his original patented Sonex Ultrasonic Toothbrush and created the Smilex Dual Frequency Ultrasonic Toothbrush.

Smilex combines sonic high frequency bristle motion at 18,000 pulses per minute, and 96 million deep penetrating ultrasonic waves per minute. These waves penetrate to a depth of up to ½” below the gum line and disrupt the formation of plaque where it does the most damage by causing bleeding, gingivitis, decay and tooth loss.

The fact is, the Smilex Dual Frequency Ultrasonic Toothbrush is the preferred ultrasonic toothbrush that combines the high frequency bristle motion and ultrasonic waves.

Results speak for themselves. In clinical studies, Smilex in its first use reduced plaque by 97% and in 30 days, reduced bleeding 60% and Gingivitis by 28%.

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Features


Pros

  • Speed / Cleaning Method: Delivers 96 million ultrasonic waves per minute, and 18,000 brushing strokes per minute. Dual Ultrasonic and Sonic waves gently do all the work for you without any hard brushing.
  • Power Source / Battery Life: The long–lasting rechargeable battery in the Smilex lasts for over 2 weeks of twice–daily brushing and comes with a convenient charging base.
  • Other Features/ Accessories: In addition to two brush heads, the Smilex also comes with a special gum massage head. This is the ultimate in gum massage, increasing blood circulation in the gums for helping the healing process.
  • Brushing Timer: Turn the Smilex on and each 45–second interval during the dentist recommended 3–minute bushing period, a pulse is emitted telling you when to move on to the next quadrant of your mouth.
  • The Smilex Dual Frequency Ultrasonic Toothbrush is available exclusively from Tools For Living® and comes with a Limited 1 Year Warranty and “Unlimited Forever Warranty.”

Cons

  • Price: Smilex Original Ultrasonic™ is expensive.
  • Pressure Sensor: Smilex Original Ultrasonic™ does not have a pressure sensor.
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Smilex™ Ultrasonic Toothbrush Review
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  • July 4, 2015 at 6:19 pm
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    I bought the Smilex close to a year ago. I did not notice any physical indication of the Ultrasonic capability working, so I called the US representative and left a message on a Saturday to receive instruction for returning the unit, and received a call back in 10 minutes. During the call, I learned the basics of Frequency. As an engineer, I should have known that a 1.6MHZ frequency will not give any physical indication of working – similar to a radio wave – it’s there but you will not hear, feel, or see interaction with any substance, including water. Since then, the following has occurred.

    I purchased the Smilex after my periodontist recommended purchasing an electric toothbrush after my first visit (strictly an evaluation). Her reasoning was not for any sonic or brushing benefits, but purely for the timer, which tends to keep users brushing for a minimum of 2 minutes in total.

    I investigated what was on the market, and chose to order the Smilex from Amazon. My gums were in horrible condition, but after using the Smilex, my first cleaning visit to the periodontist was profound. She said there was no bleeding or any indication of infection, and she simply stated to continue with whatever I was doing. The assistant asked her if I needed an additional prescription for my second cleaning since I was well cleaned up. The periodontist continued with the antibacterial prescription until the 2nd half of my cleaning was completed.

    My impressions:

    1. Claims are true – the Ultrasonic feature makes a profound difference.
    2. Unit has several advantages Including:

    a. Light weight, like a normal toothbrush to use.
    b. 3 minute (45 seconds per quarter) timer (as my periodontist says “the more brushing time the better). Just a few Google searches shows a preponderance of evidence that sonic or other moving brushes have little to no real effect on dental outcome – only the amount of time brushing. The Smilex does add Sonic, but not the blaring variety found from competitors. Just enough to have an effect for helping to remove particles, but again not needed if one brushes for at least 2 minutes.
    c. For months, I had to get over the habit of making sure I was not going to accidently turn off the unit. My habit was the result of the poor placement of the on-off button found on “big Name” competing units I was used to. Now this pesky problem is resolved because the button is situated at an angle above the handle – there is little to no possibility of accidental shut-off because the button is not located on the handle shaft.
    d. Battery life is great – Lithium Ion is only a marketing gimmick – I’ve owned many of the “big brands”, and their batteries never lasted as long. . A cheap LiOn is not a substitute for a better quality battery of any other type.
    e. Rubberized grip keeps unit from slipping during use and handling.
    f. EASIEST TO CLEAN AND KEEP CLEANED. There is no pocket for water to accumulate – so there is little mold that can form within the unit. To clean, remove toothbrush with a slight twist and pull, run hot water inside the brush, wipe off the connector, and re-connect. NO MORE UNHEALTHY MOLD TO CONTEND WITH!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Suggestions:

    1. Because the battery maintains a charge so well, I use the toothbrush for weeks before recharging. The bottom of the handle is too small to keep the unit easily upright, so a slighter wider base would help.

    2. The neck portion of the handle that holds the toothbrush is thin – i accidently dropped my unit and the toothbrush connector broke from the handle. i’d easily accept this minor flaw if the other features I mentioned are compromised through an update.

    Summary:

    If you want the best toothbrush and not just a name with dubious gadgetry, buy the Smilex – you will be happy with your choice. GREAT WORK SMILEX!

    Rating – 5 Stars

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