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Steraligner Aligner and Retainer Cleaner - Persulfate-Free! NEW!

Steraligner Aligner & Retainer Cleaner - No Persulfate
Steraligner Aligner & Retainer Cleaner - No Persulfate
Steraligner Aligner & Retainer Cleaner - No Persulfate
Steraligner Aligner & Retainer Cleaner - No Persulfate
Steraligner Aligner & Retainer Cleaner - No Persulfate
Item #: DK-STER1
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Item Description

Introducing a convenient new Persulfate-free way to clean your Invisalign aligners and retainers! Steraligner removes 99.9% of bacteria*, and also removes plaque and tartar from your clear aligner. Steraligner was developed by Sam Daher, DDS, a leading orthodontist and lecturer, to provide a better and more effective cleaning system for his orthodontic patients.

Unlike powders or tablets, Steraligner (pronounced STER-a-liner) is a liquid that works immediately to clean and sanitize your aligners in just 3 to 5 minutes. With daily use, Steraligner can help reduce yellowing, staining, and bad breath caused by dirty aligners. It leaves your dental appliance sparkling clean and minty fresh.

Steraligner is safe for aligners, retainers, partials, sleep apnea dental devices, and mouth guards. Safe for retainers that contain metal solder, when used as directed.

The Steraligner Starter Kit includes one 16 ounce bottle of Steraligner solution and one soaking dish with a built-in measuring line. That's enough for a month of cleanings if you use it every day.

It's so easy to use Steraligner:

1. Pour the Steraligner liquid into the soaking dish (provided) up the measuring line. The amount you use is a little more than one Tablespoon (about a half-ounce) of the Steraligner solution.

2. Place your aligners, retainers, or other dental appliances into the dish. Then, add just enough cool or warm tap water to cover your dental appliance. (Do not use hot water -- a hot temperature could warp your aligners or retainers).

3. If desired, screw on the lid for the soaking dish and gently agitate the cleaner. (Or you can leave the container uncovered and just soak your appliance). Leave your dental appliance soaking for 3 to 5 minutes (depending on the level of soil on your dental appliance).

4. If desired, brush your dental appliance with a soft brush, or a cotton swab (Q-Tip) to remove any excess soil. (Be careful not to get any of the liquid into your eyes).

5. Rinse your dental appliance with fresh running water.

6. Discard the used Steraligner liquid and rinse the container for the next use.

Use Steraligner every day to prevent white plaque buildup and kill the smelly bacteria from your dental appliance.

*Tested by independent laboratory

FAQ

Ingredients: Water, Surfactant, Isopropyl alcohol, Sodium Bicarbonate, Natural Essential Oil Extracts, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Gluconate, Disodium EDTA.

Do not use inside your mouth or take internally. Keep out of eyes and out of the reach of children.

Lynn Says

Dr. Daher developed such an effective and simple formula to help his patients keep their aligners and retainers clean. Steraligner is really easy to use and is an effective way to kill the germs that cause dental appliances to smell bad. We like this product, and we're sure that you will, too!

Customer Q & A

1 Question & 1 Answer
Angel
from Massapequa Park, NY asked:
December 2, 2017
Are these good for Invisigns? Wha'ss the difference between this and the Cleanse Fresh n Go spray that I've used? Thank you
1 Answer
Thank for your question, Angel. Steraligner was developed by an Invisalign orthodontist to clean Invisalign aligners, but it can be used on any type of oral appliance or aligner. The difference between this product and the Cleanse Fresh & Go Spray is that Steraligner has been proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria.
DentaKit.com
on December 2, 2017




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100% Recommend this product (5 of 5 responses)
By Ashely Notarmaso, RDH
Florida
February 7, 2018
We recommend this to many of our customers looking to remove stains from their night guard and mouth guard appliances
So many of our patients contact us a year or two into wearing their night guard and want to know how they can keep their dental night guard clear like it was in the beginning. This product works! We always recommend Steraligner to our patients. It's a solid product!
By Christine
Decatur, IL
January 26, 2018
Great Cleaner!
I love this cleaner! Glad that it is Persulfate-free. Also like that you don't have to soak aligners a long time to kill the bacteria. Rinses off easily. Love the fresh minty taste my aligners have when I put them back on. It's just a very mild mint. I tried using a peroxide/water solution and it worked pretty well, but the mint is a definite plus with this cleaner. Also tried a vinegar/water solution, but read mixed views on whether it was good for aligners. Even though I clean my aligners thoroughly each time I remove them, there was still a slight odor sometimes. Steraligner keeps my aligners fresh smelling each time!
ProsLove the mint taste & quick cleaning.
ConsWish you offered a special price when you bought multiple bottles or sold it in larger bottles. I don't need a new container each time either.
By Immi
NJ
January 14, 2018
Good product
Arrived on time. It is very effective & you need to use very little. A huge improvement over the dissolving tablets.
By Dani
NYC
December 27, 2017
Dani
Gave this a try and really liked it. Keeps my aligner trays really clean. Five stars!
By Kelly
Conn.
December 26, 2017
Convenient and fast!
I'd been using denture tablets for my Invisalign but they turned the trays cloudy. I tried this liquid and really liked it. Will definitely be using it from now on!
ProsEasy to use Fast
ConsBest to use your own measuring spoon to pour in a tablespoonful. It's a little hard to get the measurement exactly right in the container that comes with it.