A New Jersey dentist has developed a new dental hydrator for patients with dental problems.
The machine uses ultrasound to help detect and remove cavities and tooth decay.
The device is designed to clean and disinfect the cavities of the upper and lower teeth simultaneously, and it can be used on anyone with dental disease.
Dr. John G. Smith, a dentist at the University of New Jersey School of Dentistry, said it was possible to do so by placing the machine on a dentist’s table.
“You could have the device in the office, and the tooth could go out, but the person could come in and get their teeth cleaned, which is much more convenient,” he said.
The device is an innovation in dental hygiene that could help relieve the pressure on the dental health care system.
“This is a new technology that can be really helpful in treating dental disease, and we think it can also be very helpful in dentistry,” Dr. Smith said.
“We think this is the future.”
Dental hygeneist and founder of the New Jersey dental health organization, Dr. John Smith, has created a dental hygel.
(Published Monday, Nov. 2, 2020)The new hygel uses a powerful ultrasound to clean the teeth.
It is about the size of a deck of cards and can be set to clean or disinfect the lower teeth, according to the New York Times.
The hygel is similar to the dentist’s office’s dentist chair and is about 2 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
It uses ultrasound technology to detect and clean cavities in the lower and upper teeth simultaneously.
The devices are not new, but they have not been developed before.
Dr, Smith said the device would be beneficial for people who have compromised teeth and were unable to get regular dental care.
“It will be helpful for people like that, and I think it’s also going to be a good tool for people with more severe dental problems,” he explained.
In order to get a dentist to use the hygel, patients will need to go to the local dentist’s appointment and fill out a form.
The process can take up to an hour and takes about 45 minutes, according the Times of Israel.
“We are looking for an affordable and easy-to-use solution that could be useful to people with a wide variety of dental problems, including cavities,” Dr Smith said in a statement.
Dr Smith and his team are working with a dentist in New Jersey to find a manufacturer for the hygel.
“There are a number of manufacturers, and some of them are going to have to make the changes in their production processes,” he told the Times.
“So that’s something that’s on our to-do list, and as soon as we’re able to find one that can make that change, we will be able to move forward with the product,” he added.