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intempestanox
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Sun Dec 20, 2015 6:16 am      Reply with quote
Clarisonic brushes can be used as a carrier of titanium dental implant ?
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Sun Dec 20, 2015 12:53 pm      Reply with quote
I have an implant too. Clarisonic is fine.
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Sun Dec 20, 2015 1:17 pm      Reply with quote
Thank you very much eg its response. I have made the system more 'than six months ago. I just started using Clarisonic Aria but I stopped eg surgery. Unfortunately, my doctor has not been able.Give me clarification on. He recommended the use of the electric toothbrush ... since both work the same way I have several questions. I tried both on the net ... but iis almost nothing on the net about this topic ... or beauty devices and dental implant..mi'd love to talk to you
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Sun Dec 20, 2015 5:01 pm      Reply with quote
Sorry for the translation . .my dentist and not 'agree with the use of the electric toothbrush
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Mon Jan 04, 2016 4:30 am      Reply with quote
Some friends have implants and use the clarisonic without any issue. Whilst the sonic waves can be a cause for concern, my understanding is that the power of the sonic waves used by both clarisonic and their toothbrushes is limited in scope to cause any real damage. Plus both devices need water to effectively cleanse the skin/teeth - and its the water medium that conducts the sonic waves that does the work.
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