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I love having a clean, fresh mouth. I love even more, a bright, white smile and healthy teeth! Duh, I think everyone wants that, right? No rotting teeth or foul breath in this home! Eww.
My kids also learned at a very young age, to brush their teeth twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. They also know that if their day has a bit more ‘sugar’ in it, that they need to brush DURING the day, to ensure healthy teeth and gums. I refuse to allow my kids to skimp on their health!
We received the Emmi-dent in the mail to review. I have always wanted to have this toothbrush, without it being taken from me like it was last time by my hubby and kids!!!). So it was time for ME to have it as mine, finally!
At first glance, this looked like a regular electric toothbrush to me. But once you turn it on, it is a SOFT, ultrasound type movement. It is not harsh, fast or pulsey, it is gentle and soft. That was not a huge surprise to me because I already knew what to expect, but had forgotten. After using it for a week, I slowly noticed a big difference in how clean my teeth felt and how clean they felt for a longer period of time. I also noticed my gums more healthier looking, they have a great color to them. My teeth just feel cleaner and I think I am loving this new toothbrush! And, I don’t have to hide this one, because my kids already have one of their own.
If you are used to a harshly electric vibrating toothbrush, you will be confused at first, when using this toothbrush. It is NOT like the others. It is a soft vibration almost like a massage for your teeth a gums. Very gentle yet totally thorough in the cleaning it does.
Emmi-dent is a daily cleansing system which takes care of your entire oral hygiene routine. A healthy, beautiful smile will boost your self-confidence and enhance your overall appearance.
-healthy teeth and gums
-gentle, nonabrasive oral hygiene system
Another thing I want to mention is that Emmi-dent has kids size brush heads as well as an Ortho version for people who wear braces! So, this is something for everyone in your family even your PET! Yep, you can even purchase one for Fido! Oh and the Emmi-dent also comes with its own toothpaste!
More About Emmi-dent:
100% Ultrasound is what makes Emmi-dent different from other oral hygiene products. The technology of ultrasound gently and effectively removes stains, cleans and whitens teeth without the usual side effects, like sensitivity, irritation and enamel erosion.
You can purchase the Emmi-dent online at http://www.emmi-dent.com/. The Emmi-dent 6 Ultrasound Toothbrush retails for $189.00.
One person is going to win the Emmi-dent 6 Ultrasound Toothbrush which includes the following:
Ultrasound Toothbrush Emmi-dent Starter Kit (Emmi-dent Handpiece plus 2 Brushheads, Charger 110 volts (50-60 cycles, 1.7 ounces (50 ml Nano-bubble Toothpaste).
Easy! Just use the RC form below! GL!
Lily Kwan says
brush and floss regularly
Maria Stepas says
Flossing…a lot! I try to after every meal/snack. Also, drinking water instead!
Robyn S says
Not that long ago my curiosity got the best of me and I tried oil pulling. I’m telling you it really works. My mouth feels so much cleaner. You still need to brush at least 2x a day though. 😉
brenda robinson says
Barbara Stenby says
brush 3x’s a day floss limit sweets
Susan Robbins says
Drink water, after eating, after having a soda or lemonade, when your mouth is dry. Don’t sleep with your mouth open or in front of a fan that will dry your mouth because saliva helps protect your gum and teeth.
Candie L says
The obvious is to make sure you brush your teeth in the evening before you go to bed. This is because bad things can hang out in your mouth at night and wreck havoc on your teeth. thank you
RICHARD HICKS says
My tip is avoid sugary drinks.
my tip is always use Listerine I have and it seems to help me, what brushing don’t get the Listerine will
Lisa L says
I brush my teeth after each meal and get a yearly checkup without fail. So far so good!
Corinne Bozeman says
To keep my teeth cavity free, I always brush after eating any sugary foods
Peggy Rydzewski says
Yes.. always brush and floss before you sleep for the night.
Rebecca Williams says
Jenny Moses says
Regular checkups and lots of brushing!
Julie Price says
I like to use my own toothpaste that I make vs store brands. I think it works a lot better.
Flossing daily is the most important part of my routine!
margie hanks says
floss brush then floss again
Brush your teeth while humming a SONG!
kathy pease says
I brush in the morning after lunch and before bed. I also get a cleaning from the dentist every 6 months.
I would say it is very important to remember to floss!
yes i like it sen to me
Tasha Wilkerson says
Brush at least twice a day and floss as often as you can!
Carolyn Daley says
See your dentist for regular check ups, brush your teeth twice a day, floss at least once at night, and use mouthwash.
It’s so easy to forget, but I floss religiously.
Ramona Kako says
Cleaning, flossing and regular check ups.
Be sure to FLOSS!!! Brush AT LEAST 2x per day
maya hu says
I get my teeth cleaned every 6 months and try to floss often
sky evans says
I brush in the morning and at night.
tina reynolds says
Brush twice a day
Hesper Fry says
Take the time to floss as it really will help keep the health of your teeth and gums long term.
Robert Crockett says
Two minutes , twice a day !
Jennifer Reed says
Besides brushing twice a day, flossing before bed, a gingivitis rinse daily, and regular dental care I do not have any other tips for a clean cavity free mouth.
Jill Myrick says
I brush three times per day, floss regularly and visit my dentist twice per year.
josh kinard says
The biggest key is floss, every day.. after every meal. Best way to prevent tooth decay
Julie Hawkins says
My tip is gm to the dentist for regular cleanings
Daniel M says
just the usual brush after every meal and floss every night
Brittany K says
I definitely think flossing is important every day!
Karen Drake says
I floss daily and brush after every meal.
Kayla Malik says
Making sure I brush long enough.
kris m says
no tips, just brush good
Miranda Welle says
I think that by avoiding soda, teeth are in better condition.
Rosemary Young says
Eat healthy twice a day brush and floss
Susan Smith says
I brush my teeth twice a day, floss daily and visit the dentist twice a year
Isabella T. says
I brush, floss, and recently dropped soda completely.
Jonathan Stokes says
I do some serious brushing.
Deb C says
I have been trying natural toothpastes with coconut oil and I think they are better.
Lisa B says
Eat healthy, floss, rinse and brush!
I try to brush my teeth after every meal.
richelle bowers says
try to avoid foods or drinks with acidity
Ruby Yoshi says
Brush twice and Mouthwash after dinner
Sonya Morris says
Limit sugary foods, brush, floss, and go to the dentist regularly.
Debbie Welchert says
Just to brush and floss and see your dentist on a regular basis.
brush with baking soda once a week
Rita Spratlen says
Visit the dentist and have your teeth cleaned. Floride is important too!
Linda Lansford says
I floss everyday
Jerome Royce says
Brush twice a day and floss once to keep the cavities at bay is what I say!
Bobbie Smith says
I brush my teeth 3 times a day, a floss them 2 times a day. I use mouthwash too, but I think that is for my own benefit, sure don’t want stinky breath
Darlene Carbajal says
What I do is I brush my teeth, floss, brush again, then rinse. my mouth feels really clean after!
steve weber says
You must floss, it’s important to have healthy gums.
JAMES LYNAM says
Twice yearly visits to the dentist keeps teeth healthy.
Aaron Landry says
Looks amazing!! Never owned a toothbrush like this one!!! Thanks for the chance!!!
Lisa Brown says
brushing 2x daily, flossing and irrigation will help loads. Cut out or back on carbs, bacteria in the mouth, love it.
Brush 3X daily, floss and mouthwash!
Cynthia C says
I am a daily flosser and have healthy teeth and gums.
jose benavides says
Brush after every meal and always use mouth wash and floss..
Candice Montgomery says
Brush several times daily and floss every day.
Lauren Olivia Wood says
Eat less sugar!
ELIZABETH C. says
I brush several times a day, use mouth wash and floss.
Kayte CookWatts says
I pull with coconut oil. It REALLY makes a difference.
Michele P says
brush and floss on a regular basis, get regular dental checkups and cleanings, I am fortunate to have dental insurance so get them every 6 months, but if you can afford it, get it at least once a year-I went a short time without benefits and paid for my daughter but unfortunately it had been a year for me and my teeth/gums were not as healthy as they should be 🙁 but we are working on it!
Mary Beth Elderton says
I have recently started oil pulling. It really makes my teeth feel cleaner.
Floss before you brush, that way you get the major “things” out of our teeth and the brush finishes the job.
Charlotte W. says
Make sure you brush before bed. I’m a midnight cookie and milk snacker.
Brushing with baking soda a few times a week. Doesn’t taste great but will whiten your teeth!
floss, brush and visit dentist often
Besides brushing, definitely floss and use a good mouth rinse.
John Hutchens says
oil pilling is the best
We brush our teeth and rinse with mouth wash twice daily
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Amanda Alvarado says
Aside from the regular brushing twice a day and flossing daily and getting your teeth cleaned every 6 months, I don’t have any other tips! 🙂
Make sure to floss everyday.
I always make sure I rinse with Listerine after brushing.
I make sure we all get two cleanings a year!
Daily flossing is the best way to save your teeth.
Julie Lynn Bickham says
Brush and floss!
nadine m says
I see my dentist every 6 months and floss at least once a day.
Have a son who is a dentist who pays you back for what you did for him as a child by giving free dental care!!!
Linda romer says
Brush in the morning floss, and brush and floss before you go to bed.
Kristi C says
I always use a baking soda toothpaste and visit the dentist twice a year.
Natalie S says
Floss and brush daily and keep up with regular dentist visits.
Ann Fantom says
We brush our teeth and rinse with mouth wash twice daily, and also floss every night.
go see the dentist on a regular basis and floss
Colleen Boudreau says