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orthodontic tooth braces Ultrasonic cleaner

Product number: HB18401

Top Features:

Friendly digital control with red LED display.

With Silicone feet , non-slip and solid

Heating temperature:60C.

Overheating protection function.

With degas function for improves cleaning efficiency.

Buildin cool fan to steady and safety working.

    Product Specification

    Ultrasonic Frequency: 42kHZ
    Tank Material: Stainless Steel SUS304
    Tank Capacity: 600ml
    Timer: 18 options for settings.
    Power Supply: AC100-120V,60Hz;AC200-240V,50Hz
    Ultrasonic Power: 35W
    Tank Size: 155×95×52mm(L×W×H)
    Overall Size: 206×152×132mm(L×W×H)
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    OEM 2000pcs for package design

    Ready goods color: White (Decorative part: Blue / Grey)

    Upgrade Degas Function: Protect the products from being oxidized or having other chemical reactions with air in the cleaning cycle.
    Digital Touch Control: 18 cycles to choose from, depending on the cleaning time you require, for easy precise control.

    The steps to use the cleaner

    1. Add water and proper cleaning mundificant
    2. Add cleaning items and power on
    3. Touch the ultrasonic button to start
    4. Clean for 1-3 minutes, get a new look after cleaning

    The Steps To Use The Cleaner

    It is important to clean and maintain your orthodontic braces to help ensure oral hygiene and the effectiveness of your braces. Here are some correct ways: 
    Brush your teeth: Carefully brush your teeth and braces with a soft-bristled toothbrush and floss after each meal and before bed. Make sure to clean every nook and cranny, including the brackets and wires on your braces. Additionally, regular use of mouthwash will help reduce bacteria and bad breath.
    Diet: Avoid foods that stick to your teeth and braces, such as sticky candies, hard candies, and nuts. These foods can easily cause tooth decay and are difficult to clean. 
    Avoid staining foods and drinks: Staining foods and drinks such as coffee, red wine, and strong tea can discolor your teeth and braces. Minimize food intake or brush your teeth regularly to reduce the effects of these staining substances. 
    Regular Checkups: Regular follow-up visits to your dentist to ensure that the orthodontic process is going smoothly and that the braces are not damaged. At the same time, this also helps maintain the overall health of your mouth. 
    Hope the above information is helpful to you.