Dentist Designed and Recommended

The PeriClean® Ultra-Soft toothbrush can help you keep a healthy smile for life.

Protects gums &
tooth enamel

Effective at
removing plaque

Reduces risk of
gum recession

gum regrowth

Ideal for adults
and kids

An Innovation in Oral Health

When it comes to oral health, brushing your teeth and gums with a nylon-bristle toothbrush can do more harm than good. In fact, it can cause gums to recede and expose roots which causes sensitivity to cold. When you use the dentist designed and recommended PeriClean on healthy or receding gums, you can rest assured that you are helping to protect your gums from receding and exposing the tender layers of bone underneath.

PeriClean Ultra-Soft Toothbrush: Brush Smarter for Healthier Gums

Gentle, effective long-lasting bristles
FDA-approved materials
Antibacterial handle designed for comfort
Made in the USA

PeriClean Specialty Toothbrush Removes Plaque

Plaque is formed when colonizing bacteria try to link themselves with the smooth surface of the tooth. This biofilm looks pale yellow in color and can result in tooth decay. It is a common belief that plaque is hard and needs to be brushed away vigorously. On the contrary, plaque is actually soft, but when it is left unattended, then it starts to harden into tartar. Once tartar forms, it can only be removed by a dentist. The solution lies in getting to the root of the problem, before tartar starts to form. PeriClean tackles plaque while it is still soft so there is no damage to the tooth.

PeriClean Specialty Toothbrush Protects Your Gums

When it comes to oral hygiene, it is commonly believed that brushing your teeth with a toothbrush protects the gums. However, not many realize that nylon-bristled toothbrushes could cause gum recession. Now why is gum recession bad? It exposes and damages the bone which actually holds the teeth in place. When you use the PeriClean specialty toothbrush for receding gums and post-surgical dental procedures, you help protect your gums from receding and exposing the tender layers underneath.

PeriClean Specialty Toothbrush for Damaged Gums

PeriClean is the clinically proven toothbrush of choice when it comes to oral hygiene. When you visit the dentist for a cleaning, a rubber dental instrument is used, not a toothbrush to polish your teeth. Dental professionals know that toothbrushes can escalate the problem rather can provide a solution. If you have seen spots of blood while brushing or flossing, these are signs of possible gum disease. See your dentist regularly and opt for the PeriClean specialty toothbrush for receding gums and post-surgical dental procedures to protect your gums.

PeriClean Specialty Toothbrush Retains Tooth Enamel

The enamel on your teeth can be compared to the paint on your car – both are a thin protective layer and both have the tough job of protecting what’s underneath. You wouldn’t scrub the paint on your car with a brush three times a day for fear of damaging the thin protective layer of paint. Why would your scrub your teeth three times a day with a brush?

Enamel is the hard mineralized coating that surrounds the tooth. When you excessively brush your teeth, you are also brushing away at the enamel. Any damage to this protective layer makes the teeth look yellow and old. Now that’s certainly something you would want to avoid. Unfortunately, most people think the harder they brush, their teeth become cleaner, but this really isn’t true. Brushing too much can do more damage than good. When you use the PeriClean specialty toothbrush, you’ll retain more of your tooth enamel. The PeriClean speciality toothbrush is an effective and affordable oral hygiene product that can help you keep your smile healthy for a lifetime.

Note: Customers have shared positive feedback using baking soda based toothpastes, while essential oils may shorten the life of PeriClean bristles.


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