Battery Powered Tooth Polisher Reviews
Keep Your Smile White, Buffed And Polished
Teeth cleanings at the dentist typically cost $85 and up, and dental insurance often limits the number of covered teeth cleanings per calendar year. Periodic at home tooth polishing, prophy and oral care tools can keep your teeth white and free of stains best bewtween visits. Avert the high expense of deep dental cleanings with these battery powered dental polishers and polishing pastes.
|#1 Home Tooth Polisher||Teeth Polishing Set||DIY Tooth Polishing|
|Dazzle Tooth Polisher
Replaceable Tips and Cups
|Complete Teeth Cleaning
Rio Dental Polisher
|OraTek Tooth Polisher
w/ Extra Polishing Cups
Recommended Tooth Polisher
Currently the Violife Dazzle Luxe Polishing Kit has all the right features you'd want in a home dental polisher. It has a dual-speed polisher motor, a long polishing neck for getting at the back and inside of your entire mouth, multiple cleaning tips, professional-grade propy polishing paste, and a carry case. Just as important, you can readily find and purchase; 1. Separate replacement rubber tipped polishing heads (both cup and pointed interdental) as well as 2. polishing paste refill sets. That makes it a product designed for more usable life-span. Do note that sadly, 2 x AAA batteries are NOT included in the polisher's packaging.
Watch the Dazzle Luxe tooth polisher review video above to get a better sense of the oral care product in action, it's dental benefits, and it's features.
2nd Best Dental Polisher Choice
Currently, eBay lists this readily available (shown above) for around $25 that features a long stem on the polisher head that allows you to get at rear teeth both inside and out. It comes with extra replacement polisher cups and pointed interdental tips as well as a tongue scraper and dental mirror. It appears to use the same battery powered tooth polisher as the Rio Dental Polishing and buffing system at a far lower price.
Cheap Teeth Whitening and Polishing Tool
The fact that the affordable OraTek Dental Polisher includes additional rubber polishing cup heads is a definite plus. Polishing tips do wear out after several thorough cleanings. It also has a motor that will stop spinning if you're applying too much pressure, which is an important feature. Batteries are included for immediate use right out of the packaging. Some ship in a combo package bundled with some dentist-grade high-grit cups of professional polish as well.
It's main drawback is having the chunky motor atop the tooth polisher handle. With no extension tip on the polisher head, it makes a wide open mouth and jaw essential for trying to reach into back areas of the mouth. It's less easy and effective to use than other types of tooth buffers that have a slim, tapered polishing head. As such, this cheap and readily available tooth polisher (also packaged as 'AZDent' or 'The Doctors' brands with either white or blue plastic) the Oratek is effective for polishing ONLY your frontmost and outer side of your teeth. You'll find it difficult if not impossible to thoroughly polish inside your dental arch, or even reach your back molars. For a cheap and basic dental polisher and removal of stains from front and outer teeth, it's functional enough for it's low price and will help remove plaque and staining in your most visible smile zone.
Formerly The Best Tooth Polisher : OraWave Polisher Discontinued
Recently discontinued, the OraWave tooth polisher is getting hard to find which is unfortunate. The rubber polishing cup on the Orawave Power Whitener Toothbrush and Polisher gets around the edges of gums and between your cuspids, molars and incisors just beautifully. With it's tapered head, it reaches all the way back in your mouth with ease. The inlcuded dual-brush head removes soft build-up better than most toothbrushes. Unfortunately, snap-on replacement rubber cup polish heads are NOT available. You'll need to replace the entire unit when the tooth polisher head wears out.