If you are a denture wearer, you are quite aware of the pitfalls of having them. At the top of that list is cleanliness. Most denture wearers are hyper-vigilant about cleaning their dentures regularly. This usually involves long soaks and scrubbing sessions to keep them clean. Well, we have a better way.
Think About This
Have you ever used a Waterpik to clean your teeth? Even with that little bit of force, did your sink usually look like a car wreck by the time you were done? I know my dentist was ecstatic with me when I first started using one because my cleanings took all of about 15 minutes compared to 45-minute torture sessions. For denture wearers, an ultrasonic cleaner can provide the same relief.
If Dentists Use Them…
If you have ever taken your dentures to your dentist to have them cleaned, there is a very good chance you saw a small tabletop unit that was used for this process. In all likelihood, it was an ultrasonic cleaner that they were using. Dental offices around the country use ultrasonic cleaners not only for cleaning dentures, but also for their dental instruments, which should give you a pretty good idea of how much confidence they put in this cleaning process.
Now I want you to think about the cost of going to the dentist, then the payment for the co-pay and cleaning. If you do that just a handful of times a year, you can offset the cost of having your own ultrasonic cleaner right in your house. Then, of course, there is the added benefit of regularly cleaning your dentures with what we believe is the most effective cleaning tool in the industry.
How Does an Ultrasonic Cleaner Work?
This process is unlike any other one you have probably ever seen or experienced. Ultrasonic cleaners use cavitation to create microscopic bubbles to the items that are in the cleaning tank, which, in this case, would be your dentures. The bubbles carry the cleaning solution to the object, then implode. This implosion ensures that the cleaning solution is carried not only to the surface of the dentures but also to every little crack and crevice that are virtually impossible to get to by hand-scrubbing the dentures.
Now, if you go on sites like Amazon or Bed, Bath, & Beyond, there will be devices that are similar, but not nearly as effective. These websites usually sell a product called a sonic cleaner, which is not capable of operating at the same frequency as our machines. Rather than cavitation, they create motion in the tank, much like your dishwasher, a far less effective way to clean.
Additionally, you have to consider heat settings as well as the cleaning solution that will be used. Luckily, our team of experts can help you with all of this. Even better, if you want to use your tank to clean other items, such as silver, gun or auto parts, or a host of other objects, our team can help ensure you have the right cleaning solution, settings, and temperature for every task.
If you are ready to take your cleaning to the next level, call us at 888-989-5560 today!