DentaSoak 3 Month Starter Kit- Persulfate-Free Retainer Cleaner
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DentaSoak persulfate-free retainer, denture, and dental appliance cleaner is a combination of two types of ingredients: a liquid and a powder. To use DentaSoak, mix the liquid packet together with cold water, add the powder packet, then close and gently shake the soaking bath (included). Watch the video.
Once the solution is mixed, it lasts for ONE WEEK. That's right, you mix it once, and use it to disinfect and clean your retainer all week long. At the end of the week, simply spill it away and mix a new batch for the following week. An incredibly convenient solution for kids who are lazy about keeping their retainers or mouthguards clean! Each DentaSoak Starter Kit contains enough solution-making packets to last 3 months.
The DentaSoak Starter Kit comes with one special soaking bath which will accurately measure the amount of solution you need to make. The soaking bath is specially designed to help you mix the product correctly, and includes a handy lift-out tray. (Although the soaking bath is quite spill resistant, we recommend that you mix and shake the product over a sink).
DentaSoak has a minty-fresh fragrance, and it's the perfect solution for people who are allergic to the ingredient Persulfate. In just one 15 soak per day, DentaSoak kills 99% of bacteria and keeps your retainer free of smelly plaque build-up. After soaking your retainer for 15 minutes, rinse it with cool water. The manufacturer advises that you do not soak your appliance more than the recommended 15 minutes. This product is NOT recommend for retainers that contain metal solder; those should not be soaked in any product.
Each box of DentaSoak includes a soaking bath, full instructions, and enough solution-making packets to last 3 months. It's great for all types of removable dental appliances, such as retainers, aligners, mouthguards, snoring and apnea devices, and even dentures!
After you finish the Starter Kit, you can order DentaSoak Refill Kits, which do not contain the soaking bath.
Want to save money on a one-year supply of DentaSoak? Then add to your cart:
1 DentaSoak Starter Kit, and
(The Refill Kits do not include the soaking bath so they are less expensive and are better for the environment!)
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If your retainer has white plaque buildup, DentaSoak will remove the buildup after 3 or 4 soakings. Then you can continue to use the product daily to prevent the white buildup from coming back.
Another advantage is that this product doesn't contain the chemical Persulfate. It's one of the few dental appliance cleaners on the market which doesn't contain this chemical.
Customers sometimes ask whether they can use DentaSoak with one of our sonic cleaners. The answer is: no. The solution needs to be carefully mixed using the cup that comes with the Starter Kit. Otherwise, you may dilute it too much (or not enough).
DentaSoak is not sold in local stores.
You get one mixing cup and a three-month supply of DentaSoak, plus full instructions. The manufacturer advises that you do not soak your appliance more than the recommended 15 minutes.
DentaSoak does not contain Persulfate. Sorry, we do not have a list of other ingredients. If you have an allergy concern, please contact us.
Safe for all types of dental appliances: Hawley retainers (metal and plastic), Invisalign, Essix Retainers, Bridges, Partials, and even Dentures!
Each mixture lasts 7 days. Kills 99% of bacteria and removes white plaque buildup (removal of buildup may take 3 to 4 soakings).
If DentaSoak has prolonged contact with porous surfaces (e.g., marble) it may cause discoloration or even a slight etching effect to the surface. Please be careful if your countertop is marble.
Note: If you have a clear plastic (Invisalign-type) Essix retainer, and amalgam (metal) fillings in your teeth, the fillings may create unremovable black stains on your retainer. There is no retainer cleaner on the market that will remove these black stains, because the plastic of your retainer has actually changed color from the metal in the fillings. Ask your dentist or orthodontist if you need more information about this issue.