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Does 30 Second Smile Really Work?

The 30 Second Smile claims to be the ultimate in teeth care. This product was awarded the prestigious Frost and Sullivan Oral Dental Product of the Year. It promises to give perfect dental results with precision cleaning with every use. It is also easy to use, as it simply requires that you bite and guide, they say. 30 Second Smile will automatically brush your teeth in the way that dentists and periodontists prefer, namely using the Bass brushing technique. Its design is patented and planned so that a user can never brush their teeth the wrong way, they claim. The bristles are positioned at a perfect 45 degree angle to remove plaque, massage the gums and leave your teeth healthier, longer they add. You will feel like your teeth are as shiny as the day you left the dentist’s office. Even incidents of gingivitis can be reversed in two weeks, they say. 30SecondSmile claims that all surfaces of the teeth and gums are cleaned–front, back and biting surfaces all at the same time, and that this is done within 30 seconds.

30 Second Smile Reviews

Yes - It's ok
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I find this toothbrush to be ok, although it’s so large that I can’t get all the way to the back teeth. I use it maybe 1 out of every 10 times I brush… and that’s because it feels good to use. It’s a great idea. The batteries haven’t died on me yet and I use it for about 2 minutes each time (not the 30 seconds). I also have a hard time getting the toothpaste out of the bristles, due to the nature of the shape of the bristles. I am kind of a geek when it comes to that…I am grossed out by the thought of any paste remaining inside those bristles. Overall, it’s okay but not a life changer.

March 29th, 2011
Madison, WI
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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No - It's a joke
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The batteries don’t last more than a couple of days; then the weak motor begins to stall even if your teeth are barely touching the brushes. A few more days, and you need new batteries. Also it uses only soft brushes which don’t seem to clean as well as medium.

October 9th, 2010
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Would be better electric than battery operated
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Yes, I do recomended it. It left my teeth feeling really clean, but I think that the people who invented it should consider making it electric. It’s too much money to spend on batteries. Thanks.

September 15th, 2010
14 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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