What is clear is the need for a remedy to fight against periodontal disease. Research from the Center for Disease Control shows that one out of every two American adults aged 30 and over has periodontal disease. If this is left untreated, periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss.
To address the need for better oral health care while minimizing the negatives of other methods, Lisa Guenst created ToothShower, which is an innovative complete oral care solution for the shower. ToothShower offers three kinds of cleaning in one care solution. Along with a base that attaches to the shower wall there are three different attachments for optimum oral care including a dual-headed toothbrush, an irrigating tip, and a gum massager. Best of all, it works right in the shower so there is no mess. Water from the shower keeps ToothShower filled so there is no refilling, no electricity is needed, and it doesn’t take up counter space.
The dual-headed toothbrush hits both the front and back and sides of teeth, leaving no place for plaque to hide. The irrigating tip flushes water between teeth like a water flosser but without the mess to clean up. ToothShower works especially well for braces and to pinpoint spots that a toothbrush can’t reach. Finally, the gum massager works with seven jets of water to stimulate important blood flow in the gums, which is a huge part of preventing and even healing gum disease.
ToothShower is also easy to set up. There is a one-time installation. Users attach the wall plate with the waterproof adhesive, lock the console onto the plate, attach the valve to the showerhead, and finally connect the ToothShower to the valve. The user can control both the water pressure and the temperature to their comfort.
The post Over Half of Adult Americans Have Some Form of Gum Disease appeared first on ToothShower.