Oral and dental hygiene were not given a lot of importance before the 1960’s. It was only after the advent of flossing options and specialised toothpastes that people started to realise how important dental hygiene is.
Prior to the 1950’s problems like rotting teeth, decaying gums were commonplace and many people suffered from falling teeth etc. However, with the advent of various technological devices like electrical toothbrushes, inner corners of our teeth could now be accessed. Thus making it much easier to deal with cleanliness issues.
But before we start discussing the nitty gritties of oral health, it is first important to recognise why it is so important.
Recent statistical data (collected by the NIH US) has shown that ‘approximately 30,000 Americans are diagnosed each year with this largely preventable type of cancer that affects the mouth and/or pharynx’.
That being said, even with increasing oral hygiene solution availability, cancer rates have seen a steady increase since the 1970’s. This has been attributed to an increase in unhealthy lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking and tobacco consumption.
Another study conducted by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research has shown that tooth decay remains the ‘most prevalent chronic disease in adults, even though it is largely preventable.
With better oral solutions, this rate has seen a massive dip over the past 4-5 decades, but there is still a long way to go in terms of educating the masses in respect to decay prevention.
3D-SONIC Toothbrush is an all new oral hygiene system that has been clinically found to ‘clean teeth fully in a three-dimensional way’. Conventional ‘Sonic Toothbrushes’ clean teeth with the assumption that they are flat surfaces, rather than structures with natural indentations.
This causes a parity in cleaning as some deep recesses of our mouth become inaccessible, causing the fostering of germ colonies in them. This is where 3D-Sonic comes in, it’s 3-in-1 multifunction cleansing mechanism can clean ‘not only teeth but also the outer and inner faces of our dental structures’.
Similarly, the toothbrush also comes with an inbuilt massage feature which allows for our gums to loosen up and feel more relaxed.
Moving on from general cleanliness, when talking about plaque removal, 3Deep has been found to be ‘far more effective at removing plaque than other products being sold in the market right now’. Through regular use it not only helps reduce gum recession as well as helps in removing harmful debris, accumulations that are known to gather between the linings of our teeth.
In terms of functionality, the 3Deep Sonic Toothbrush is as advanced and modern as toothbrushes come. The device uses an intense vibration function which literally buffs our teeth while directing the toothpaste between our teeth, resulting in a highly polished surface that is not only outwardly shining, but is genuinely healthy.
Also, users can use a special soft massaging head attachment along with the central device. This attachment has been designed especially to help relieve soreness and discomfort that come naturally as we begin to grow older.
Lastly, the peripheral structure also helps apply one’s favourite cream to better penetrate an individual’s skin to keep it both nourished and hydrated.
Since the product is still in its development phase, the manufacturer is only taking pre orders at the moment. However, early bird offers as low as $39.00 are available for purchase. This option allows users to obtain a fully functional 3Deep sonic dental hygiene kit.
Other pricing options include offers for $49, $60 and so one. They all contain additional peripherals as well as other goodies.