If you’re thinking of ordering the Myst electric toothbrush, please don’t do so yet. A lot of things don’t add up about this mouthpiece toothbrush, the reviews online, and the manufacturers.
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Myst Toothbrush – How Does It Work?
Myst toothbrush is an electronic U shape toothbrush that allegedly automatically cleans your teeth for you in just 30 seconds. This toothbrush falls under the category of mouthpiece toothbrushes, which are becoming the rave of the internet.
However, aside the glowing Advertisement and promotional articles online, there is more to what meets the eyes.
The Manufacturers of this toothbrush have made so many claims which we’ll be looking into. But first of all, this is how to use the toothbrush –
- Recharge with USB
- Place the Myst toothbrush into your mouth
- Move gently, side to side, back to front, up and down.
- Remove after 30 seconds
- Should be used twice daily
Sounds pretty simple right? Sadly, this product has some drawbacks.
Is Myst Toothbrush Really Effective?
No, it is not. Forget the reviews online, the Myst automatic toothbrush doesn’t ensure better dental hygiene. This electronic toothbrush is not recommended because of the following reasons –
Not Clinically Tested and Proven
The Myst Toothbrush has not undergone any clinical testing. Though they claim they’ve been Approved and recommended by dentist, it is absolutely false.
To date, only 1 mouthpiece toothbrush has undergone clinical testing and that is V-White. The results were far from positive.
No other mouthpiece style brush has gone through rigorous clinical testing.
Though Myst brand suggest that they have worked with dental professionals to develop their automatic toothbrush to ensure they perform effectively. They have not been given the seal of approval by verified in-house dentists.
Does Not Clean The Teeth Well
Automatic/mouthpiece toothbrushes like Myst don’t clean the teeth effectively. Verified dentists have clearly stated that the health of your teeth and gums is AT RISK if you use this product in place of a regular toothbrush.
Their findings are supported by the results of the first clinical study into the efficacy of U-Shaped Automatic Electric Toothbrush (UAET). The University of Florence, concludes that Electric/Automatic toothbrush are not significantly different from no brushing. Mouthpiece Toothbrushes like Myst are not effective in removing dental plaque.
The Myst Toothbrush reviews online have all been doctored, especially the ones in the official websites. A close look at the images showed it was that of another similar product ‘360 Ultrasonic Toothbrush’ which has already been debunked by verified dentists.
This further proves that this is not a spectacular product. If they’re using the images and reviews that are not theirs, what does it tell you?
On a press release, a so called Dentist Dr. Collins claims ‘ Myst provides 100% coverage every time. You don’t have to worry about brushing at a certain angle or getting to those hard-to-reach areas — MYST™ XRT™ does everything for you’
Sounds true right? unfortunately we are unable to determine who exactly Dr Collins is. There is no reference to his location within the USA, his practice and experience.
Also, it is quite odd that Dr Collins appears nowhere on Myst’s website which sells the product. If he is quoted in the press releases why isn’t he in their website too?!
Don’t overlook this!
Is The Myst Toothbrush a Hoax?
It seems so. Dentists have debunked this automatic toothbrush because it is not as promising as the promotional videos suggest. You could be putting your oral health at risk if you buy and use this product.
Still tempted? watch the Myst Dentist review below
Did you buy this mouthpiece style toothbrush? Does it meet your expectations? Did it stop working after a while?
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