It’s ergonomic design means superior clinical performance, ease of use and unsurpassed comfort, making it the most effective tongue cleaner available.
Ergonomic design allows access to all areas of the tongueMulti-ribbed, patented design, effectively traps debris within the active head
Thin, compact geometry minimizes the gag reflex
Open-ribbed head allows for easy cleaning after use
Designed to enable 3rd party use
Why our ergonomic tongue cleaner is the most advanced and effective
- Ridged zone for a good grip.
- Rounded and arcuated contour for safety and efficiency.
- Thin and flexible active head for easy access to the hard-to-reach rear area of the tongue.
- Multiple ribs for evenly distributed pressure on the tongue and optimal removal of debris.
- Open design for easy cleaning after use.
- Ergonomically shaped handle for greater control and 3rd party use.
For Fresh Breath
- Everyone experiences halitosis (bad breath) at one time or another. Cleaning the tongue with an effective tongue scraper is the best way to get rid of bad breath. Tongue cleaning removes bacteria (that generate VSC’s – volatile sulphur compounds), fungi, decaying dead skin cells and food particles which are the main cause of bad breath. Regular use of a tongue cleaner is the natural cure for halitosis, the real solution for long-lasting fresh breath.
For Better Oral Hygiene
- Daily use of an ergonomic tongue cleaner along with a toothbrush and dental floss is the real way to achieve maximal oral care.
- Tongue cleaning improves oral hygiene by eliminating bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease; at the same time it is the real cure for bad breath.
- Tongue cleaners are new to us, but have been used for centuries in the Far East as an important element of oral care.
For General Health
- The oral cavity is one of the main entry points into the body for bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms.
- The tongue is one of the most friendly environments in the body for microorganisms to grow and multiply.
- Bacteria and microorganisms on the tongue have been linked to increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, low birth-weight and other diseases.