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May 23, 2020

Sound Wave Toothbrush

The Panasonic EW-DP51 Doltz Sound Wave Toothbrush head moves in multiple directions (up and down, sideways, and both when using the sound waves) and this helps crush plaque between the teeth and the teeth and gums more effectively than regular toothbrushes.

Furthermore, it spreads the water and toothpaste wider, allowing for a better removal of stains.

See your teeth literally shine with this amazing cleaning system!


Features and Details:

• Operating time: approximately 45 minutes in Wave Cleaning, approximately 90 minutes in the other modes

• Five (5) operating modes: Wave Cleaning, Normal, Soft, Gum Care, Stain Off

• Includes six (6) different brushes and specialist toothpaste

• Size (charging base): 2.7" x 2.7" x 2.8"

• Size (toothbrush): 9.2" x 1.3" x 1.1"

• Instructions: Japanese

• Silver, Pink, or Black

• AC adapter included

• Weight: 3.8 oz.



May 23, 2020 at 08:01 AM | Permalink



When I asked my dentist about "sonic" toothbrushes, he said they were theoretically possible, but one with enough power to actually clean would turn my gums into a bloody pulp.

He convinced me (after years of trying) that flossing often enough to break up that crud was the most useful thing I could do.

Posted by: Luke | May 24, 2020 8:19:16 AM

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