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WHY OAP

MOST PEOPLE DON'T CLEAN THEIR DENTAL APPLIANCES PROPERLY...ARE YOU ONE OF THEM?

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY CLEAN INVISALIGN?


  • Encapsulates Your Teeth

    Invisalign fully encapsulates the teeth in clear plastic therefore anything that gets trapped inside the Invisalign, whether in the form of visible food particles or invisible bacteria and germs, remains in constant contact with your teeth

  • Oral Health

    Without proper Invisalign cleaning, your oral health can be compromised due to the health-impacting, decay-producing and odor-causing bacteria, along with viruses and germs that can be trapped within the Invisalign aligners

  • Proper Storage

    It’s also important to regularly clean Invisalign storage containers, since they can be breeding grounds for germs and can transfer those germs to the Invisalign aligners when placed back in their storage containers

BENEFITS OF OAP CLEANER FOR CLEANING INVISALIGN

Recommended by Thousands of Dental Hygienists


OAP provides instant cleaning of Invisalign takes only 60 seconds to use


The carefully formulated, proprietary cleaning solution is effective at cleaning and sanitizing all types of braces and clear tooth alignment systems


PH Neutral to Ensure No Expensive Materials are Warped or Corroded


OAP is BPA, persulfate and chlorine-free, and is completely safe to use on Invisalign, as well as Invisalign storage containers


Kills 99.9% of Harmful Bacteria, Not Just ODOR Causing

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Recommended by Thousands of Dental Hygienists

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OAP provides instant cleaning of Invisalign takes only 60 seconds to use

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OAP is BPA, persulfate and chlorine-free, and is completely safe to use on Invisalign, as well as Invisalign storage containers

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PH Neutral to Ensure No Expensive Materials are Warped or Corroded

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The carefully formulated, proprietary cleaning solution is effective at cleaning and sanitizing all types of braces and clear tooth alignment systems

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Kills 99.9% of Harmful Bacteria, Not Just ODOR Causing

Why you need to clean RETAINERS

An effective retainer cleaner is the key to keeping any type of orthodontic retainer looking clean and smelling good. Cleaning retainers regularly also keeps them germ-free and helps them last longer. When it comes to the best way to clean retainers, the type of material your retainer is made from should not have a major impact in how it is cared for.

The key to proper retainer cleaning is to remove debris, as well as germs, on a regular basis and to do so in a way that does not harm the structure of the appliance. If left to build up, deposits can cause odor, discoloration and can even potentially lead to illness.

If you wear an orthodontic bite plate, the process of cleaning bite plates is the same as it is for cleaning retainers.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY CLEAN DENTURES?

Because plaque and calculus can build up on dentures, just as they do on natural teeth, daily cleaning of dentures is recommended. Regular cleaning of dentures is essential to the oral and general health of denture wearers.

  • Importance of Disinfection

    Denture cleaning by brushing using only a denture brush, or a regular brush, and tap water may not be enough to eliminate fungus. Therefore, daily denture cleaning plus disinfection is claimed to be vital in preventing disease. 

  • Ineffective Tablets

    It was concluded that the use of cleansing tablets during overnight denture storage (in addition to mechanical denture cleaning) did not affect the fungus count

  • Oral Issues

    In the literature, oral issues such as angular stomatitis, denture stomatitis, undesirable odors and tastes, as well as staining have been reported

  • Why OAP? 

    It has been suggested that the ideal denture cleanser should be antibacterial and anti fungal, non-toxic, compatible with the denture material and should not alter or damage the surface of the denture...therefore OAP was created!

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY CLEAN SPORTS MOUTHGUARDS?

The characteristics of the microorganisms isolated from the mouthguards enable them to disseminate systemically and/or be aspirated into the respiratory tract

  • Biting Actions

    The biting actions athletes perform during mouthguard wear end in a systemic showering of microorganisms throughout the mouth, oesophagus, and trachea

  • Correct Decontamination

    Water will not decontaminate MG, but other agents (toothpaste, sodium hypochlorite or hydrogen peroxide) may abrade the MG, increasing the possibility of microbial attachment

  • Athlete's Immune System 

    Without proper cleaning, the immune system could be compromised and athletes could be more susceptible to diseases

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY CLEAN INSTRUMENT MOUTHPIECES?

When various parts of woodwind and brass instruments are used, they become repositories for the users’ oral and pulmonary secretions 

  • Microbial Transmission

    Because these instruments come into intimate contact with the musicians’ oral and respiratory mucous membranes, such exposures may facilitate microbial transmission

  • Repeated Use 

    As these instruments are repeatedly played, they build up visible amounts of organic material, providing an excellent habitat for microbial growth

  • Studies 

    There has been a great deal of research recently into the transmission of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses by oral means such as instruments

  • Results

    The results of the current study confirmed that wind instruments are heavily contaminated with a wide variety of bacterial and fungal isolates

We Recommend Removing the Mouthpiece and Cleaning It Individually as OAP Is NOT Intended for Valves

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PROPERLY CLEAN YOUR TOOTHBRUSH?

Toothbrushes in daily use can be heavily contaminated with microorganisms, that are mainly depending upon storage conditions. 

  • More than 700 species of bacteria have already been identified in the environment

    The routine use of contaminated toothbrushes may disseminate microorganisms within a person's oral cavities

  • Contamination of toothbrushes occurs early after initial use and increases with repeated use

    Toothbrushes can become contaminated from the oral cavity, environment, hands, aerosol contamination, and storage containers. 

  • Why OAP? 

    Studies found extensive toothbrush contamination after use except in cases where an oral antiseptic was used immediately prior to brushing

A Message From The Professionals

No Need to Just Take Our Word For It...Listen to What the Medical Professionals Have to Say!