When our dentist showed us the Ultreo toothbrush - it looked a lot like Sonicare. We'll admit - we love Sonicare's ability to keep our teeth and gums healthy, plus excellent day-to-day whitening. But Ultreo sounded different - and promised to add ultrasound to our brushing. Does Ultreo work any better than Sonicare?
Claiming to start "where sonic ends" - Ultreo channels ultrasound into bubbles "through a proprietary ultrasound waveguide". What the heck is a an ultrasound waveguide anyways?
Ultreo's studies show that the the brush removes coffee and tea stains better, plus show photos to back it up. People's testimonials on the brush are very positive - and the price around USD $130 is very competitive with Sonicare. Many of users comments mention better teeth whitening as a major benefit.