Do you suffer from cavities and gum disease, even though you religiously (and carefully!) brush your teeth? Dentists say it could be your brushing technique, but this toothbrush recently imported from Europe solves the problem in only 10 seconds.
Let’s face it. Brushing your teeth is a big pain in the you know what.
When you’re either scrambling on your way to work or so tired you just want to crash, no one wants to stop what they’re doing to gargle into the sink for 5 minutes.
On top of that, most people actually do not use a proper brushing technique. Either it’s too hard (guilty!), not enough, the wrong strokes, or doesn’t reach critical areas. Whatever the reason, 90% of mouth-related problems like cavities and gum disease are a result of incorrect brushing.
If you suffer from either of those or if you just hate brushing as much as I do, you’re going to want to hear about this incredible new “automatic” toothbrush my dentist told me about.
It just arrived in the U.S. from Denmark (which scales #1 in the DMFT index, by the way). My dentist said it’s the most revolutionary new toothbrush on the market. It cleans every tooth, helps prevent cavities, makes your teeth whiter, and it does it all for you in only 10 seconds. 10 seconds?!
I thought… how could that even be possible? Shouldn’t I be brushing my teeth for longer and more carefully to prevent tooth problems?
Now I was intrigued, so I noted the name of the product and researched it some more.
This ingenious toothbrush is called Orthosparkle, and it’s already dominated Europe as the most popular new way to brush your teeth.
The toothbrush looks like a mouthguard that you place directly over the top and bottom of your teeth. It works automatically, and it only takes 10 seconds to get the job done.
Rows of soft silicone bristles vibrate to clear off far more plaque and bacteria than any other brushing method. This massively helps to prevent cavities, gum disease, and even bad breath.
When used with a whitening gel, the toothbrush even has a blue LED light which whitens your teeth up to 10 shades brighter as you brush.
According to reviews, Orthosparkle is incredible for people who have sensitive teeth since the pressure is controlled and it prevents over-brushing.
This sounded way too good to be true, and I had to figure out exactly how this toothbrush worked.
It all comes down to the motorized bristles.
The mouth tray of Orthosparkle consists of several rows of ultra-soft silicone bristles, all fixed at a precise angle. The internal motor is engineered to rapidly vibrate the bristles in a calculated pattern that reaches all four quadrants of each tooth at once.
This is all while the whitening gel and LED blue light brighten your teeth and erase the coffee, tea, tobacco, wine, and food stains from years of buildup.
So what is the brushing method that Orthosparkle is programmed to use on your teeth?
It’s called the modified BASS technique, and it’s the most recommended technique for healthy toothbrushing by dentists.
The BASS method is the most effective method of teeth brushing to prevent cavities and gum disease, but sadly it isn’t as easy as “small circles” like most of us have been told to do.
The method says that you should hold your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle, pointing toward your gum line. You make brief strokes back and forth followed by a brush from under the gum line to the top of the tooth. It should be done quickly, consistently, and for at least 2 minutes in every session.
I mean jeesh. With instructions like that, it’s no wonder so many people are doing it wrong.
It really makes you wonder, is this technique even worth it in the first place?
According to most dentists, it really, really is, and this is why.
The movements of the BASS technique properly enter the gingival sulcus and clean proximal areas including the cervical area under the contour of enamel, properly removing biofilm and plaque.
If you ask me, that’s just way too complicated to leave to the chance of my own hands. That’s exactly why Orthosparkle was created: to automatically perform the BASS technique on every tooth all at once, and make it easier for you to prevent cavities and gum disease, plus save TONS of valuable time.
If you brush for the recommended 120 seconds per session (that’s 2 minutes), you’ll be brushing for 4 minutes a day. It doesn’t seem like much, but get this.
In one year, that equates to 24 hours. Over your lifetime, that equals about 108 days. Can you imagine? 108 days of brushing your teeth!
Don’t you have better ways to spend your time?
All of that is great, but it’s actually another feature that has me and millions of others so obsessed with Orthosparkle.
It’s not only about brushing your teeth faster and preventing cavities and gum disease.
Orthosparkle actually whitens your teeth as it cleans.
The brush has a built-in LED blue light which turns on while you’re brushing. When paired with the whitening gel in the tooth tray, it can brighten your teeth up to 10 shades whiter.
All that coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine, and other food that make your teeth discolored or even brown can be removed every single time you brush your teeth – all in just 10 seconds a day. It’s truly remarkable.
No wonder Orthosparkle is being hailed “the future of toothbrushing”.
Ever since it became available in the USA, Orthosparkle is taking the world of dentistry by storm. We collected reviews from verified customers, and their experience just proves how amazing this product really is.
I’ve been using a Sonicare toothbrush for years, but I don’t like how it can’t get in between the teeth very well. Orthosparkle has unique bristles that can reach the tiniest areas of your teeth where other brushes can’t, and you can really see the difference. – Charles
As someone who suffers from arthritis, it is an absolute godsend to have a toothbrush where I don’t have to use my fingers. I will never, ever use a traditional toothbrush again. – Betsy
The whitening feature works surprisingly well! I can see the day’s coffee stains disappear in front of my eyes, and it really does only take 10 seconds. Unbelievable. – Gavin
The cost of a full dental cleaning is anywhere from $100 to $300. A professional whitening treatment is $600. That’s especially since most insurance plans in the U.S. do not cover dental. If you continue with incorrect brushing, chances are you’ll have to go back to the dentist regularly to take care of cavities and receding gums, and that’ll cost you another $50 to $150 per filling. The whole thing is outrageous, and an absolute scam.
If you use Orthosparkle, on the other hand, you can get the same style of treatment at home for only $158, plus you can take way fewer trips to the dentist, which is payment in itself.
But you’re even luckier than that. You don’t even have to pay the full retail price, because we found a hidden website online that offers an exclusive discount, and you can get Orthosparkle for only $79. That’s 50% OFF!
I wouldn’t wait to buy it, though. This deal is way too good to stay around for long, and one of our sources told us it will be taken down any day.
If you’re a careful shopper like me, you’ll be happy to know that even with the discount, you can still return the product for a refund of all your money as long as it’s within 30 days.
Orthosparkle is run by an exclusive business-to-customer company, and it is not available on any major retailers like Amazon or eBay. You can only get the real Orthosparkle directly from their website.