Pearlie White Lighted Tooth Stain Eraser
The Lighted Tooth Stain Eraser is like a tooth fairy godmother who can make things disappear simply with a wave of the wand – except there’s nothing unreal about its abilities.
No stain is too tough for the gentle one who meticulously removes the effects of drinking beverages such as coffee, tea and wine, as well as certain types of food, on your teeth.
With a super bright light to help you wield it around your mouth more effectively, magically whiter teeth are yours.
|Effectively removes tough stains on the surface of your teeth with its special composite material stain erasing head|
|Easy to use and able to last for at least 2 years based on recommended usage of about once or twice a month.|
|Comes with a super bright light to help you see the spots that need to be cleaned more clearly.|
To Insert Batteries
|To insert battery, unscrew tail end and insert AAA battery.
* For best performance, Energizer batteries are recommended.
|Make sure you insert it in the correct direction (positive/negative) as indicated.|
|Press button to light up and press again to switch off.
|Brush your teeth and rinse thoroughly to remove plaque or food deposits before using the Lighted Tooth Stain Eraser.|
|To remove stains, place the side of the tooth stain eraser on your flat tooth surface and polish gently. Additionally, you can use the tip of the tooth stain eraser to remove stains in between teeth. Be extra gentle when polishing near the gum line.
|Wash the Stain Eraser thoroughly with water and soap after use.|
|Use the tooth stain eraser occasionally (once a month) only on areas with surface stains. Do not apply too much pressure whilst removing stains.|
|Tough stains that have accumulated over the years and intrinsic stains (i.e. stains that occur within teeth rather than on the surface) can only be removed by your dentist.|
|Do NOT immerse this product in water. Clean by wiping the head of the item with a damp cloth or alcohol wipe.|
|This product is not meant to replace daily brushing or visits to your dentist.|
|Not recommended for children|