What?! There's no way this effective (dentists?)

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  1. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

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  2. DYohn

    DYohn Well-Known Member Donor

    I was intrigued by this as well.
     
  3. Dan Driscoll

    Dan Driscoll HTT Refugee Donor War Zone Member

    A lot of people must like this idea. They will meet their funding goal even if only 1.5% of the pledged amount actually comes thru.
     
  4. Phil A

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  5. CJ

    CJ Well-Known Member Admin War Zone Member

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    I have an aunt and uncle who are dentists. One teaches at UNL. I just don't believe this cleans your teeth.
     
  6. Phil A

    Phil A Active Member Top Poster

    I'm skeptical but not knowing much about the subject there is really no opinion I could offer. I don't know if I particularly like the idea anyway. I have a Sonicare for years (and had another before it that I still may have - might be upstairs). I change the brush every 3 month and when I run out of my current package of brushes probably in a year or so, I'm going to be looking at something. It's a subject that I don't want to think about this second. Just had two dental implants done on the upper left (had the upper right done last year) just over two weeks ago. Want to get that settled before the end of this year.
     
  7. capsuleri

    capsuleri Well-Known Member

    It's intriguing alright. Can it be certified that it does a more thorough and complete brushing than proper manual or electric brushes?
     
  8. DYohn

    DYohn Well-Known Member Donor

    I suspect they use the word "clean" in the British sense to mean "brush" and not in a dental hygienist sense.
     

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