Soladey Ionic Toothbrush Does not Require Toothpaste or Batteries

Sep 06, 2010
Ionic toothbrushes have been on the market for several years and were invented in Japan. Soladey Ionic Toothbrushes are new toothbrushes that do not require toothbrush or batteries, but still are even more effective than traditional toothbrushes. It may sound incredible, but Soladey works only with light and water to brush your teeth thoroughly.

The Soladey toothbrush has a photosensitive titanium rod and uses light energy that produces ions to remove plaque. All you have to do is to expose the toothbrush to any artificial light or sunlight and rinse it with water before brushing. The rod in a toothbrush creates negatively-charged ions that draw positively-charged ions in the person's dental plaque. As you are brushing your teeth, you get rid of the plaque and reduce biofilm and bacteria. The Soladey toothbrush also helps to prevent plaque, prevents gum bleeding and removes stains quickly and effectively.

The clinical trials of the Soladey toothbrushes showed that it works better than traditional toothbrushes in removing plaque. Those, who had bleeding gums, noticed good results in 10 to 15 days after the use of Soladey toothbrushes. And while toothbrush may seem a bit pricey, it is less expensive in the long run, because you do not need any batteries or moving parts, as well as toothpaste to clean your teeth, but instead get a fresh breath and attractive smile.