Why Clean Your Tongue
Brushing and flossing are not enough. The Tongue Sweeper instruments have been specifically designed to safely and effectively lift bacteria and debris from the tongue. A few quick sweeps, once or twice a day is all it takes for fresher breath and a cleaner mouth.
• prevent malodor (Halitosis)
• lower risk of tooth decay
• lower risk of gum disease
• fresher breath
What are the benefits of tongue cleaning?
Individuals & Families
TongueSweepers are so simple and easy to use, everyone in the family can be on track for a cleaner mouth and fresher breath in less than a minute per day. TongueSweepers make stinky morning breath a thing of the past.
Illness Prevention & Healing
According to the latest research, bad bacteria in the mouth may be related to heart conditions, cancer, and other diseases. TongueSweepers remove harmful bacteria. We call it common sense science.
Dentists & Hygienists
Many dentists and hygienists recommend tongue cleaning for fresher breath and a cleaner mouth. TongueSweepers are specifically engineered to remove the bacteria that brushes and mouthwash leave behind.
The Doctor Behind the Sweeper
Dr. Robert Ripich is the founder and chief executive officer of Biocurv Medical Instruments, Inc. The company was formed over 20 years ago to promote Oral Health and develop tongue hygiene instruments for the dental and medical profession. The company has partnered with US Dental Schools in tongue hygiene research and currently holds 12 US patents.
Dr. Ripich attended Brown University and The Ohio State University, receiving a Bachelors of Science degree in Microbiology and a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. He has done additional postgraduate studies in physical anthropology at Kent State University.
He served as a major in the United States Army Dental Corp. He is licensed to practice in the state of Ohio and Florida and maintains a private practice in Canton, Ohio. He is a forensic odontologist and Deputy Coroner in Stark County, Ohio.
Dr. Ripich is a member of the American Dental Association, the Ohio State Dental Association, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, AAOSH, and a member of ISBOR (International Society of Breath Odor Research). He is actively involved in promoting the understanding of the Oral-Systemic connection and expanding the role that Dentistry plays in total body health.
My wife and I wanted to improve our health. We were told by our doctor about the health benefits of keeping your tongue clean. No chemicals from mouthwashes was a big plus in the purchase of our first plastic tongue cleaners. We also did not like the idea of cheap plastic tongue cleaners “scraping” across our tongue. The Tongue Mate is so easy to use that we immediately bought 2 more for teenage children. The kids were sold once they saw the debris that the Tongue Mate captured and removed from their tongue.
I've never felt confident about my breath until I bought this little guy. I went with steel over plastics so I can clean it in high heat water.