Clinicals & research
Ultreo has been independently tested for both safetly and effectiveness and has been proven to remove plaque, improve gum health and reduce stains for naturally whiter teeth. It is safe and gentle for everyday use on gums, natural tooth surfaces and dental work.
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Evaluation of Ultrasound as a Means to Remove Streptococcus mutans Biofilm
An in-vitro study was to evaluate the ability of Ultreo's combined sonic and ultrasound processes to remove S. mutans biofilm. Ultreo was shown to remove significantly more S. mutans from HA discs without bristle contact than other power brushes. Read More
Efficacy of Ultreo in Dental Plaque Removal
An in-vivo study to evaluate the plaque removal efficacy of Ultreo after 1 and 2 minutes of brushing. Ultreo was shown to remove up to 95% of plaque from hard-to-reach interproximal areas during the first minute of brushing. Read More
Efficacy and Safety of Ultreo in a Population of Mild to Moderate Gingivitis
An in-vivo study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Ultreo over a 30-day period in a population with mild to moderate gingivitis. Ultreo was shown to reduce gingivitis in 30 days. Read More
Assessing the Ability of Ultreo to Remove Extrinsic Surface Stain from the Teeth
An in-vivo study to assess the ability of Ultreo to reduce extrinsic stains on the surface of teeth after 2 and 4 weeks of use. Ultreo effectively reduce extrinsic stain from baseline after 2 and 4 weeks of use. Read More
Comparison of the Ultreo to a Manual Toothbrush and Floss in Ability to Remove Dental Plaque
An in-vivo pilot study to evaluate interproximal plaque removal efficacy and overall safety of Ultreo compared to a manual toothbrush and floss. Ultreo without the use of dental floss tended to maintain lower interproximal plaque scores over time than the manual toothbrush with floss. Read More
Case Study - Evaluation of Probing Depth and Bleeding in an In-office Setting
A case study to investigate safety, probing depths and bleeding on probing after using Ultreo over a three-month period in an in-office setting. In sites with an initial probing depth of 4mm or greater, an average 21% reduction in probing depth and an average 73% reduction in bleeding were observed during this 12-week case study. Read More
Toothbrush-Induced In Vitro Wear of Class V Restorative Materials
An in-vitro study to compare Ultreo to Two controls after a simulated 1-year typical brushing period with respect to wear/damage to the natural tooth surfaces, cements and restorative materials, and loss/damage to marginal integrity or cement in Class V fillings prepared at the cemento-enamel junction. Ultreo was found to be safe on natural tooth surfaces and restorative materials. Read More
Evaluation of the Safety of Sonic and Ultrasound Processes
An in-vitro study to evaluate the safety of Ultreo's sonic and ultrasound processes using in vitro models of soft tissue. The sonic and ultrasound processes as found in Ultreo exhibited no adverse effects compared to controls. Read More
Evaluation of Orthodontic Bracket and Crown Retention after Extended Brushing
An in-vitro study to compare the Ultreo to two controls (a manual and a power toothbrush) after a simulated 2-year typical brushing period with respect to retention force of orthodontic brackets and crowns. None of the treatments was found to significantly affect the retention force of orthodontic brackets or crowns. Read More
Q: How is Ultreo different than other power toothbrushes?
A: Ultreo is the only power toothbrush to combine ultrasound waveguide technology and sonic bristle action to remove hard-to-reach plaque bacteria that bristle action alone can leave behind.
Q: How does the Ultreo work?
A: There are 3 main components to Ultreo's technology; first precisely tuned sonic bristles create bubbles in the mouth and clean teeth upon contact. Second, ultrasound energy is channeled through a proprietary waveguide into the bubbles in the mouth. And third, the bubbles are activated by the ultrasound energy and transformed into pulsating bubbles that can remove plaque bacteria.
Q: Do you offer professional trial units?
A: We strongly encourage dental professionals to try Ultreo for themselves at a discounted price.
Q: How do I start dispensing Ultreo in my practice?
A: Begin offering your patients a revolutionary new way to clean by completing our contact form above. An Ultreo representative will follow up with you.
Q: Do you offer volume discounts?
A: Absolutely! Contact Ultreo customer service for more information.
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Stop by the Ultreo both at one of these upcoming dental meetings and let us tell you about the differenceof Ultreo in person.
Greater NY Dental Meeting
November 25-28, 2012
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
New York, New York
Chicago Dental Society 148th Midwinter Meeting
February 21–23, 2013
101st Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
March 21–23, 2013
Georgia World Congress Center
Texas Dental Association
May 2–4, 2013
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
San Antonio, TX
Florida National Dental Convention
June 13–15, 2013
Gaylord Palms and Convention Center
RDH Under One Roof
July 17–19, 2013
Las Vegas, Nevada
Dental professional comments
"The ultrasound technology that's found n the Ultreo is an advancement in the whole concept of using some type of a power toothbrush that removes plaque from teeth."
-Jum Dunn, DDSwatch video
"I think it's importatnt for a dentists to try this brush themselves, and compare it to the brush that they've been using in the past. And I find that the difference will be that they'll feel like it is gentler and it does a better job of cleaning. But they must try it out for themselves."
Bob Margeas, DDS