Revolutionary oral-irrigation system

Nov. 1, 2000
A revolutionary oral-irrigation device has been developed by Mark J. Shulz, DDS, FAGD, and M. Edmund Ellion, PhD. The Squirtgum is ideal for dental patients undergoing fixed orthodontics, maintaining fixed prosthodontics, or implants. It is self-contained and manually operated - no electricity or batteries needed. Versatile attachments such as a toothbrush and an interproximal stimulator are adjunctive benefits of the Squirtgum oral irrigator. The compact system is lightweight and can be package

A revolutionary oral-irrigation device has been developed by Mark J. Shulz, DDS, FAGD, and M. Edmund Ellion, PhD. The Squirtgum is ideal for dental patients undergoing fixed orthodontics, maintaining fixed prosthodontics, or implants. It is self-contained and manually operated - no electricity or batteries needed. Versatile attachments such as a toothbrush and an interproximal stimulator are adjunctive benefits of the Squirtgum oral irrigator. The compact system is lightweight and can be packaged with a convenient carrying case.

For additional information, call (805) 688-9594 or visit www.squirtgum.com.

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