Nord-Dental Has Something For You To Smile About: New hyG IONIC Toothbrush Protects Teeth, Helps Prevent Gum Disease!

Nord-Dental Systems is first to offer a revolutionary new tool for oral hygiene. The hyG, IONIC Toothbrush with "Ionic Action" uses basic physics of body energy, to help get teeth cleaner, protect plaque-prone areas, and prevent gum disease.

Clinical studies prove that hyG's "Ionic Action" works better than ordinary brushing in hard-to-reach areas of your mouth.

 

Manufactured by: HUKUBA DENTAL CORPORATION  914-1 Nazukari, Nagareyama Chiba, 270-01

"Clinical Studies Prove hyG´s Ionic Action´ Works Better Than Ordinary Brushing For Plaque Removal"

Everybody knows regular brushing is the first step to healthy teeth and gums. Frequent brushing removes residue from tooth surfaces and prevents decay, but in the areas of the mouth where regular bristles wonít reach, plaque deposits can build up putting you at risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Fortunately, Nord-Dental has come up with an effective weapon against plaque that will protect your teeth and gums between visits to the dentist. Brushing with the Ionic Toothbrush with the Ionic Toothbrush actually helps repel plaque, even in hard-to-reach cracks and crevices between teeth.

 

The IONIC hyG toothbrush works on the priciple that every element in nature has a positive or negative charge. This is called polarity. When the polarities are opposite, the two elements cling together. Thas is why dust sticks to your coffee and why plaque, which has a positive charge (+), clings stubbornly to your negatively charged (-) teeth. 

Nord Dental's new IONIC hyG toothbrush temporarily reserves polarity of the tooth surface from negative (-) topositive, drawing plaque towards the negatively charged IONIC hyG toothbrush head.

When you brush with a IONIC hyG toothbrush, a constant flow ofpositive ions (+) from the lithium power source temporarily reverses your teeth's polarity. This makes your teeth reject plaque, even in areas that are not touched by the bristels of the IONIC hyG toothbrushhead.

The IONIC hyG toothbrush handle is only slightly larger in size than a manual toothbrush, and has been specially designed with a small brush head to reach hard-to-clean areas of teeth. The toothbrush handle contains the power source responsible for ioisation, because people are used to slim handled toothbrushes, the IONIC hyG toothbrush handle is ergonomically designed.

When the IONIC hyG toothbrush is held in your hand and the bristels of the brush touch your teeth in the presence of saliva or water, an imperceptible electronic circuit is created. The power source for the circuit is encased in the handle section and coverd with a metal pad. When brushing, the user must simply keep a finger or part of the palm in contact with the pad, preferably wet and brush as usual. Teh electron flow attracts plaque to the negative bristels for removal. this process is safe, simple and effective.

Additional features of the IONIC hyG toothbrush make the toothbrush a sensible and efficient oral hygiene tool. The hyG system includes the electronic handle with an integrated power source tester, 5 interchangeable brush heads. The bristle hardness is medium (soft-medium). And there are as well available for users with sensitive gums brushheads with bristlehardness "super fine".

U.S. DENTAL RESEARCHERS' REPORT SAYS: YOU HAVE A 75% CHANCE OF SUFFERING FROM GUM DISEASE

According to a recent national poll, everybody knows that brushing is important for healthy teeth and gums, and almost everybody agrees that flossing and regular visits to the dentist are equally important. Surprisingly most Americans donít identify gum disease as a serious health risk, or recognize dental plaque as the cause of the problem.

Plaque is your mouthís worst enemy. As it builds up between your teeth and gum line, it can lead to the build up of tarter and calculus. It can cause bad breath and unsightly teeth, and it is the primary cause of gum disease.

The term gum disease actually includes several diseases that may develop slowly over a number of years, and progress in stages, gum disease is painless in its early stages. These diseases affect the gums, bone and other supporting structures of the teeth.

  • Healthy Gums: Gums are firm and resilient, with a healthy pink color. Healthy gums do not bleed on probing. Tissue is firm with a normal variation of lighter and darker areas.
  • Gingivitis: An inflammation of the gingiva or gums with a loss of color variation. Gum tissue is red, inflamed and bleeds when probed or when brushing. Puffy tissue causes shallow pockets between gum and tooth.
  • Early Periodontitis: marked by loss of gum attachment and a slight loss of bone. Bleeding is more persistent on probing. Pockets of 3-4 mm develop between teeth and gums in one or more areas of the mouth. There can be a sense of vague aching, pressure and/or itching in the gums.
  • Moderate Periodontitis: Supporting gums and bones have deteriorated and teeth may start to loosen. Horizontal bone loss is suffered up to 1/3 of the length of the tooth root. The gum attachment to the tooth weakens and pockets are now 4-6mm deep. Teeth may look longer, as gums begin receding. Bad breath becomes noticeable.
  • Advanced Periodontitis: Tissue and bone are destroyed causing tooth loss. Pockets are now more than 6mm deep with considerable bleeding upon probing. Eating is difficult and painful and teeth may be sensitive to hot and cold. Bad breath is constant and general health may be affected.

Oral diseases not treated in time can lead to painful, bleeding gums, oral infections, and eventually tooth loss. Fortunately, modern dentistry has made enormous strides in preventing and treating gum disease. Fluoridated drinking water and fluoridated toothpaste, along with dental sealants have made cavities and fillings almost a thing of the past, and may eventually do the same thing for gum disease. Following these simple steps significantly reduces your risk of gum disease:

  • See your dentist twice a year.
  • Brush your teeth 2-3 times a day for about 2 minutes each time.
  • Floss regularly.
  • Replace your toothbrush every 4-8 weeks or when the bristles start to splay (spread) due to bristle fatigue.