10. May, 2016

Ion5 Ionic Toothbrush Light Activated Ionic Toothbrush

Here is an important and refreshing note about dental care with the necessary information to use an amazing way to get total cleaning results for your teeth.

 The Japanese, like the Americans, are renowned for their strong, white teeth. However, the Japanese differ in that they don’t spend a fortune on cosmetic dentistry to achieve a film-star smile. So what is their secret? Millions of people in Japan rely on an amazing plaque-destroying toothbrush that is powered by light and works without toothpaste! Better still, the Soladey-2 ionic toothbrush can even help to prevent gingivitis.

The good news is that this remarkable toothbrush is now available in the UK.


The ionic toothbrush is able to neutralise harmful acid that contributes to plaque

The Soladey-2 ionic toothbrush looks like an ordinary toothbrush, but it has a photosensitive titanium oxide rod that runs through the replaceable bristle head and into the handle.


This rod, when activated by light, produces negatively charged electrons (ions) that help to break the bond between plaque and the enamel of the teeth. The titanium oxide rod can be activated by any light source (either natural or artificial).

The ions that it releases blend with saliva to attract positive (hydrogen) ions from the acid in the dental plaque. This has the effect of neutralising the acid, and the plaque disintegrates. The user runs the bristles under water, then brushes their teeth thoroughly in the same way as with an ordinary toothbrush – adding toothpaste if it is their preference.


At first you might find it peculiar to use it without toothpaste – but it is so efficient that you couldn’t argue with the technology

The other difference with the ionic toothbrush is that you have to face the light when using it, and you will find that the ionic toothbrush dissolves the plaque into foam.


Studies reveal improved oral hygiene as a result of the ionic toothbrush

The Soladey-2 ionic toothbrush handle and rod are said to last for several years and replacement heads are cheap and readily available. The cost generally works out to about the same as using and replacing conventional toothbrushes. Below are more details if you would like to try it.


Ion5 Ionic Toothbrush

Light Activated Ionic Toothbrush 

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This Ionic Toothbrush contains a photosensitive titanium dioxide rod. When exposed to light and water, the rod releases ions which help to remove dental plaque.

  • Patented ionic oral care
  • Hi-tech plaque fighter
  • Promotes easier flossing
  • Anti-bacterial titanium rod
  • Attacks stubborn stains
  • Oxygenating cleaning power

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: Wet the brush and rod (saliva is sufficient in case water is unavailable) and find the brightest light available (natural or artificial) for brushing. The light source must be sufficient to power a calculator. With toothpaste, use only a small amount. When brushing, grip the handle high enough that the solar panel remains uncovered, allowing light to reach it. Brush teeth after meals or at least twice a day when possible. Follow your dentist’s recommendations.

The toothbrush can last a lifetime if used correctly. To keep the rod in good condition or change the brush head, remove the head by pulling the handle out straight along the axis without twisting or bending and then clean with a brush or replace by pushing the new head onto the handle.


 Please note that the Ionic Toothbrush is supplied with a soft head. It also includes a spare (soft) head and a head cover to keep your toothbrush clean when travelling.

It is advisable to change the head every 3 months

You can order replacement heads here