Can Person with Dental Restoration Use An Electric Toothbrush?
As consumers' awareness of health and safety continues to increase, more and more attention is paid to the cleaning and protection of teeth. There is a market for so-called demand, and nowadays, more and more electric toothbrushes are beginning to seize the share of traditional toothbrushes.And more and more people are starting to use electric toothbrushes.But in this, I believe some people are confused because they don't know if they can use electric toothbrushes.They are the kind of people who have done dental restoration.
Dental restorations include fillings, porcelain teeth, dental implants, and more.The repaired teeth are relatively fragile and the price is not cheap, so it is good practice to understand and then buy.Here, first we need to understand how electric toothbrushes work.
The vibration type toothbrush has an electric drive vibration motor inside, which can make the brush head generate high frequency oscillation perpendicular to the direction of the handle, but the amplitude of the swing is very small, generally about 5 mm from top to bottom. The largest swing in the industry is 6 Millimeter. On the one hand, when the teeth are brushed, the high-frequency swinging brush head can efficiently perform the action of washing the teeth. On the other hand, the vibration of more than 30,000 times per minute also causes a large amount of tiny bubbles to be generated in the mixture of the toothpaste and the water in the mouth, which is generated when the bubble bursts. Pressure can penetrate the teeth to clean the dirt.
Compared with manual brushing, the sonic toothbrush speeds up the longitudinal round-trip frequency. It is the toothpaste foam fully broken and the teeth are deeply cleaned to achieve a better tooth cleaning effect.Therefore, the electric toothbrush will only vibrate on the surface of the tooth and will not affect the repaired tooth.According to some data, the sonic electric toothbrush wears the enamel much less than the manual brushing. And the damage to the gums is smaller than the manual. Therefore, the use of sonic toothbrush is relatively safer.
Therefore, people who have undergone dental restoration can also use electric toothbrushes. However, there are some tips here.People who have just filled their teeth are not recommended to use electric toothbrushes because they will accelerate the damage of the teeth. Doctors say that when choosing an electric toothbrush, it is best to choose an electric toothbrush with different intensity frequencies.