Think Rotadent ProCare® is just another toothbrush? Think again.
As a clinician, your homecare recommendations are a vital part of your patient’s oral health success. Set your patients up for success with an effective one-step solution.
- Not just another toothbrush – Rotadent is a disease-fighting homecare instrument
- Clinically proven to be as effective as manual brushing and flossing*
- MicroAccess filaments and 360-degree rotation mechanically remove 92% of plaque in the first minute*
- Exclusive distribution to the dental office, eliminating retail competition
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How To Use
It’s simple. Let Rotadent do the work for you.
Rotadent’s unique brush head design means that all you have to do is guide the brush along your teeth – let it do the work.
- Choose your brush head.
Your dental professional can help you determine which brush head is right for your oral health needs.
- Keep the MicroAccess filaments working
Because the MicroAccess filaments are so thin and dense, toothpaste may be too heavy and thick. It’s recommended that you use gel-based toothpaste, mouthwash, or even just water.
- Rotadent will feel different.
And that’s normal! You may experience a mild tickling sensation – this means that the MicroAccess filaments are reaching areas other brushes haven’t. This will go away within a week or two.
- Use “M” and “W” motions.
Guide the brush tip along your top teeth using “M” motions, and along the bottom teeth using “W” motions.
- The extras
Rotadent has NORMAL and SLOW speed modes, and an auto-shutoff at 2.5 minutes.
Rotadent is clinically proven. Here are 7 facts from clinical studies:
Rotadent increases patient compliance.1
90% of rotary users and 49% of the assorted group remained compliant with recare schedules (six months or less). 69% of rotary patients and 23% of the assorted group presented with good to very good plaque control/oral hygiene.
Rotadent reaches interproximally.2
Rotadent was shown to be significantly more effective in stain removal compared to manual and other power brushes in the study.
Rotadent removes 92% of plaque in the first minute.3
Mean reductions in plaque after 15, 30 and 60 seconds of brushing for the rotary group were 75%, 86% and 92% respectively compared to 64%, 74% and 83% with the control group using manual brushes.
Rotadent requires less brushing force.4
With a manual brush, considerably more force was employed than with any of the tested powered instruments. Among the tested powered brushes, the least force was applied with Rotadent.
Rotadent helps reduce abrasive damage on teeth.5
Rotadent was found to be least abrasive among power toothbrushes in the study.
Rotadent helps reduce decalcification during orthodontic treatment.6
Rotadent reduced decalcification on first molars by 70% for scores of one or greater and almost 100% for scores of two or greater when compared to the control treatment.
Rotadent is safe for all implant surfaces.7
Rotadent is a safe home oral hygiene regimen to use on implant surfaces.
1 Herbert I. Bader, Compliance with Rotary Powered Brush, 31 Registered Dental Hygienist (May 2011).
2 Sarker S, McLey L & Boyd RL, Clinical and Laboratory Evaluation of Powered Electric Toothbrushes: Laboratory Determination of Relative Interproximal Cleaning Efficiency of Four Powered Toothbrushes, 8 (3 Spec No) Journal of Clinical Dentistry 81 (1997).
3 Hans Preber, Viola Ylipaa, Jan Bergstrom & Hans Ryden, A Comparative Study of Plaque Removing Efficiency Using Rotary Electric and Manual Toothbrushes, 15 Swedish Dental Journal 229 (1991).
4 Boyd RL, Mcley L & Zahradnik R, Clinical and Laboratory Evaluation of Powered Electric Toothbrushes: In Vivo Determination of Average Force for Use of Manual and Powered Toothbrushes, 8 (3 Spec No) Journal of Clinical Dentistry 72 (1997).
5 Boyd RL, Mcley L & Zahradnik R, Clinical and Laboratory Evaluation of Powered Electric Toothbrushes: In Vivo Determination of Average Force for Use of Manual and Powered Toothbrushes, 8 (3 Spec No) Journal of Clinical Dentistry 72 (1997).
6 Robert L. Boyd & Christopher M. Rose, Effect of Rotary Electric Toothbrush Versus Manual Toothbrush on Decalcification During Orthodontic Treatment, 105(5) American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics 450 (May 1994)
7 Dianne Thomson-Neal, Gerald H. Evans & Roland M. Meffert, Effects of Various Prophylactic Treatments on Titanium, Sapphire, and Hydroxyapatite-Coated Implants: An SEM study, 9(4) The International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry 300 (1989).
Designed for better homecare
Rotadent’s proven design effectively removes 92% of plaque in only one minute and reaches interproximally, giving patients a one-step homecare solution.
Rotadent’s 360-degree rotation stays in constant contact with the tooth surface, mechanically removing plaque and bacteria.
Rotadent’s MicroAccess filaments are 1/3 the size of traditional bristles, meaning easier access interproximally and below the gumline.