Keep toothbrushes sterile with Oral SteriClean UV cleaner

Oral SteriClean UV toothbrush sanitizer creating a buzz in dentistry because everyone should have one!

Mar 11th, 2013
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In an effort to make her job and the job of all dental hygienists easier, Teri Birney, RDH, of Tampa developed the Oral SteriClean™ UV Toothbrush Sanitizer. Clinically tested and proven to work, Oral SteriClean sanitizers are less expensive and safer than using chemicals. Oral SteriClean protects you and your family from illness-causing microorganisms and infectious diseases. Oral SteriClean UV Sanitizers store and sanitize your toothbrush daily, which eliminates up to 99.9% of germs, including strep, salmonella, e.colli, listeria, staph, and pseudomonas.

"Using an Oral SteriClean sanitizer is simple and patients love it," said Ms. Birney. "I kept true to my promise to my patients, and that is to offer the best dental hygiene product of 2013 at affordable prices. I've also worked hard to separate our company from any competitor in developing Oral SteriClean UV Toothbrush Sanitizers."

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Oral SteriClean UV Toothbrush Sanitizers penetrate deeply into your toothbrush to safely and effectively obliterate disease-causing germs and potentially harmful bacteria such as cold and flu viruses and bacteria from toilet flushes. OralSteriClean offers a line of travel sanitizing units as well.

Using advanced UV germicidal technology, Oral SteriClean kills harmful germs that grow on a toothbrush during storage. When you place your toothbrush inside an Oral SteriClean UV Sanitizer, a UV light automatically turns on for a few minutes. UV light at the exact wavelength of 254 nm has photons that kill harmful germs on your toothbrush by destroying their DNA, rendering them harmless, prohibiting growth and reproduction, and preventing immunity to the UV light.

For more information, visit oralstericlean.com.

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