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BROXO was founded in 1956 as a small business by Dr. Philippe-G. Woog with the aim of creating the world's first automatic toothbrush. In 1959 its first creation - the Broxodent® - was introduced in the US by Squibb Pharmaceutical at the Centennial Congress of the American Dental Association. To date, with over 160 clinical studies, the BROXO® line of automatic toothbrushes remains the world's most clinically tested oral devices.
Research and development for the BROXO® line of product is now spearheaded by Swiss Healthcare Solutions, Sàrl and remains in Geneva, Switzerland where it has dwelled since its inception.
The BROXO® line of oral healthcare product owes its clinical success to its desire for dental, technical and aesthetic perfection, of which the following accomplishments are examples:
BROXO® has remained focused exclusively on dental and periodontal health.
BROXO® health appliances satisfy the most exacting requirements of BROXO®'s own doctors and engineers, and are created to meet the requirements of its consumer's oral health.
BROXO® is the world leader in clinical results for oral prophylaxis, including prevention and arrest of gingivitis and Periodontal disease.
The overwhelming amount of mail received by BROXO® and its distributors testifies to the clinical successes, to the satisfaction, and to the gratitude of practitioners and users in Australia, Europe, Japan and the USA.
During clinical studies and tests, participants apportioned to the group testing BROXO® devices - and unaware of the desired study goals - consistently raved about the devices provided to them.
The best gum massage and ultimate plaque removal - meet the electric toothbrush clinically proven to outo all others.
For the following devices:
BROXODENT® POWER +
BROXODENT ['klassic] ®
BROXO TOTAL ®
BROXO [per'io.brush/son'ik] ®
BROXO COMBI ®
WOOG Orasystem ®
High-performance dental irrigator. Adjustable irrigation force and seven simultaneous fractionated microjets, pulsating at high frequency to produce significant clinical benefits.