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Smart Toothbrush Sterilizer with UV light

Smart Toothbrush Sterilizer with UV light

"Improve Your Gum & Teeth Health with Clean Toothbrush."

🦠 Kills 99.99% of Bacteria & Germs

🦷 Improves Gum & Teeth health

📉 Reduced chance of Periodontitis & Bleeding gums

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The Ugly Truth About Regular Toothbrush!

Clinical Studies have shown:

Germs on your toothbrush, including E.coli, MRSA, Streptococcus, Pseudomonas, Influenza, and Rhino virus, pose severe health risks such as diarrhea, skin infections, tooth decay, pneumonia, and flu-like symptoms. Protect yourself by maintaining proper hygiene to prevent these dangerous pathogens from causing serious health complications.

"The microbiological findings showed a high contamination of the used toothbrushes at 100% of the analyzed samples"

Meet the Germs that live on your toothbrush:

After using your regular toothbrush, usually you clean it and you may think that your toothbrush is clean now. But that couldn't be further from the truth. After just one time use bacteria and germs like E.coli, MRSA, Streptococcus, Pseudomonas, Influenza, and Rhino virus will build up on your regular toothbrush and carry health risks like diarrhea, skin infections, tooth decay, pneumonia, and flu.

  • Dr. Matthew Wallace

    "According to researchers, there can be as many as 1.2 million bacteria on a single toothbrush. Also, a New York State Dental Journal found that 70% of used toothbrushes are contaminated with these bacteria.
    Researchers have found the flu virus, staph bacteria, E. coli, yeast fungus and strep virus hanging out on used toothbrushes."

  • Dr. Snezana Pesevska

    "The study found that all analyzed toothbrushes were highly contaminated with various bacteria, including Escherichia coli, Klebsiella, Enterobacter cloacae, Serratia, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This contamination poses a risk of diseases associated with oral biofilm, emphasizing the importance of regular toothbrush sterilization."

  • Dr. Rebecca Bae Butler

    "We have found more than 100 million microbes—including E.coli, staphylococci, streptococcus, herpes simplex virus, influenza virus and even fecal germs —living in a single toothbrush. Toothbrushes may even have bacteria on them right out of the box since they are not required to be sold in a sterile package."


Bad Breath:

Using a regular toothbrush can make your breath stink. That's because germs build up on the bristles, especially if you don't clean it right. These germs can make your breath smell bad. Also, if you don't clean your toothbrush properly, food bits can rot on it, adding to the stink. If your toothbrush gets moldy or if you share it with someone else, that can make things even worse.

Bleeding Gums:

Cleaning teeth with regular, unclean toothbrush can result in bleeding gums. When you neglect to properly clean your toothbrush, bacteria accumulate on the bristles. These bacteria can irritate your gums, leading to bleeding. Moreover, leftover food particles and bacteria can exacerbate gum sensitivity.

Teeth Falling Out:

When you fail to clean your toothbrush adequately, it becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, increasing the likelihood of gum disease. This condition weakens the supportive structures of your teeth, making them prone to falling out. Furthermore, the accumulation of bacteria and food particles on the toothbrush exacerbates gum disease, accelerating tooth loss.


Periodontitis is a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue and destroys the bone that supports your teeth. It's typically caused by poor oral hygiene habits that allow plaque—a sticky film of bacteria—to accumulate on the teeth and harden into tartar. Over time, this buildup of plaque and tartar leads to inflammation of the gums (gingivitis), which, if left untreated, can progress to periodontitis.

Smart Toothbrush Sterilizer With UV light kills 99.99% bacteria on your toothbrush!

UV Light Technology:

It is crucial to keep toothbrushes under UV lights because brushes left in the air are prone to bacteria and viruses, which over time lead to various dental diseases, such as bad breath, periodontitis, gum recession, and others.

Regular toothbrush is loaded with Harmful Bacteria & Germs:

A regular toothbrush is full of gross germs that can make you sick with things like diarrhea, skin infections, cavities, and even pneumonia or the flu. But if you use a Smart Toothbrush holder with UV light, it kills almost all of those yucky germs! This makes brushing your teeth way safer and helps keep you healthy by stopping those nasty illnesses.

  • Wall Must Be Clean:

    Use a rag to clean the water droplets and dirt on the wall. Take off the backing sheet and tear off adhesive. Paste on a clean wall and wait for 10-15 minutes.

  • Rack On:

    Hook up the toothbrush sterilizer and put toothbrushes & toothpaste on.

  • Good To Go:

    Turn on the device and make sure that is on 5-10 minutes, so it can do the sterilization. After that is ready to use.

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Everything you need to know about Smart Toothbrush Sterilizer with uv lights, answered here.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the UV light in the toothbrush sterilizer work?

UV light emitted by the sterilizer penetrates and destroys the DNA structure of bacteria and viruses, effectively eliminating them from the surface of your toothbrush bristles.

Is the UV light safe for toothbrush use?

Yes, the UV light used in our sterilizer is completely safe for toothbrushes and poses no harm to you or your family when used as directed.

How long does it take to sterilize a toothbrush with UV light?

Typically, our Smart Toothbrush Sterilizer with UV light takes around 5 to 10 minutes to effectively sterilize your toothbrush and ensure it's free from harmful germs.

Can I use the sterilizer for electric toothbrush heads?

Yes, our sterilizer is designed to accommodate various types of toothbrushes, including electric toothbrush heads, ensuring a thorough sterilization process for all.

How often should I use the toothbrush sterilizer?

It is recommended to use the toothbrush sterilizer after every use of your toothbrush or at least once a day to maintain optimal oral hygiene and prevent the buildup of bacteria on your toothbrush bristles.