Choose the Right Electric Toothbrush!
Electronic toothbrushes have undergone several technological advances since the 1960s. From design and bristles to rotation, vibration and sonic vibration, this necessary tool has changed dramatically over time.
Rotating vibration occurs when the brush head rotates from one direction to the other. The advantage of an electric toothbrush is that it can be brushed 50,000 times per minute, while a manual toothbrush is brushed 300 times per minute.
When you consider the size of the brush head, the smaller brush head is best for hard-to-reach areas and small mouths. The brush head should be replaced every three to six months as needed. A good way to save money is to assign a brush head to each family member that can be switched on a shared base motor.
Having a basic motor or rechargeable toothbrush provides enough energy for a week's brushing when fully charged, making travel or life very convenient. Some toothbrushes emit an audible signal that lets you know when to change your mouth or brush your teeth for two minutes.
Is your teeth sensitive? Studies have shown that when people use manual toothbrushes, they tend to exert more pressure on the teeth. If your teeth or gums have sensitive problems, electric toothbrushes are a better choice.
There is even an electric toothbrush with a pressure sensor that prevents the toothbrush from rotating when you press it hard.
Everyone can benefit from electric toothbrushes. If a family member is very young, or has physical disability or arthritis, consider the size of the large handle. In order to maintain good oral hygiene from an early age, they are even recommended for children.
Biofilm is a term used to describe plaque or debris that accumulates in the mouth. If not handled properly, this can cause severe bacterial infections in your gums and teeth. If you want to remove biofilms in the most efficient way, automatic toothbrushes are the best choice.