Staining tablets are suitable for both on-site prophylaxis treatment and especially for checks at home. Colour changes on the teeth make plaque – and therefore cleaning deficits – visible for the practitioner and the child as well as for the parents. The disclosing substance is a temporary dye with harmless food colouring (no erythrosine (E127)) that can easily be washed off the teeth.
Zooby plaque disclosing tablets
contain no gluten or erythrosine (E127)
Frequently asked questions about disclosing tablets for children
Chew one tablet well (half a tablet is enough for small children), wipe teeth with the tongue, rinse mouth with water, spit. Brush teeth thoroughly and floss them to remove all dye.
The disclosing tablets are fruit-flavoured and contain no gluten or erythrosine (E127).
The two-colour disclosing tablets from Zooby have a firm consistency and only dissolve when inside the mouth. Since the classic application with an applicator isn’t necessary, this method avoids splatter.
Zooby paper bibs are also perfect for protecting their clothing. They are a child-friendly size and are made of sturdy material. They have different animal designs printed on them, making them a costume for the littlest patients.
After chewing a disclosing tablet (half a tablet is sufficient for small children), children should run their tongues thoroughly across all teeth to distribute the colour across all tooth surfaces. Then they should rinse their mouths out once with water and spit. Parents and children can now see where the teeth are covered with old biofilm (coloured blue) or new biofilm (coloured red). Now, brush the teeth thoroughly and floss to remove any staining.
The Zooby disclosing tablets have a pleasantly fruity cherry flavour. This means no medical aftertaste during or after use, which is especially beneficial for home checks and for improving dental care.