Oral Hygiene Device CLEARsmile Launches Successful Kickstarter Campaign, Reaches Goal in Under 48 Hours

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CLEARsmile, a new complete oral hygiene device designed to replace the toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, mouth rinse and tooth whitening systems, has launched its new Kickstarter campaign. Founded by Dr. Igor Reizenson, a dentist in the industry for over ten years, the device will effectively clean mouths while being small, easy to transport and simple to use.

Find the CLEARsmile crowd-funding campaign at Kickstarter.com

...it’s incredibly encouraging find so much support through the Kickstarter campaign. I can’t wait to get the device out there and into the people’s hands!

CLEARsmile is excited to announce that its new Kickstarter campaign has reached its goal of $16,500 in under 48 hours. The campaign will continue until October 10, so the device can still be pre-ordered through Kickstarter until then. The CLEARsmile is a new oral hygiene device developed by Dr. Igor Reizenson that was invented to replace the toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, mouth rinse and tooth whitening systems.

When Dr. Reizenson started working with groups of clients with dexterity problems during his dental career, he began to imagine his ideal oral hygiene device. Today, Dr. Reizenson is proud to announce that with the help of Kickstarter contributors, his dream will soon become a reality.

“I am completely surprised and excited about the initial interest in CLEARsmile,” said Dr. Reizenson. “I’ve had the idea for the device in my head for years, so it’s incredibly encouraging find so much support through the Kickstarter campaign. I can’t wait to get the device out there and into the people’s hands!”

The CLEARsmile device uses pressure washing and specially developed micro-bubble technology to clean the teeth and gums at every angle simultaneously. It uses a mouth piece and micro-bubble tablets to blast and dissolve bad dental bacteria easily from every nook and cranny. First, the appropriate-sized mouthpiece is placed in the mouth, the desired pressure is set on the device, and the solution is pumped through the tube out of out hundreds of tiny orifices in the mouth piece. The device is on a timed cycle so that the right amount of solution is used depending on the size of the mouth piece.

Kickstarter backers can order a device now for $125, which also includes three different sized mouthpieces and 6 months of cleaning tablets to be used twice a day. A child-size mouthpiece will be available for order on the site in December, when the devices are scheduled to be sent to those who pre-order it.

“CLEARsmile has the potential to improve the quality of life for millions of people. The initial target markets for the device are the people who suffer an increased percentage of dexterity problems – young children and the dependent elderly. We also want to help teens or others who wear braces because of the nature of this device,” said Dr. Reizenson. “I identified the need for a device like this years ago while working in a residency program at the Veterans Hospital of Western New York, and that is when the idea for CLEARsmile was born.”

For more information about CLEARsmile, please visit http://www.clearsmileonline.com. To visit the Kickstarter campaign and pre-order a device, click here.

About Dr. Igor Reizenson:
In 2001, Dr. Reizenson received his DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. He then advanced to the prestigious General Practice Residency Program at Veterans Hospital of Western New York. In 2007 Dr. Reizenson was recognized by the History Channel's "Modern Marvels" as one of America's top 25 inventors of the year for a patented oral hygiene device called ClearSmile. He is the founder and CEO of ClearSmile LLC. Dr. Reizenson is a long standing member of the American Dental Association, as well as the Georgia Dental Association.

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