Quick Sonic Toothbrush by Dale Audrey, Battery Operated, Lightweight
How to choose the best electric toothbrushes?
The brand: some brands are more famous than others. And it is enough to know the brand to judge its effectiveness. Size: This criterion makes it possible to cover all the teeth well during brushing. This criterion is the same for the brush head and its handle.
Autonomy: this criterion determines the time or duration of brushing and is closely linked to the capacity of the battery. The more the battery is autonomous, the better the choice of the electric battery.
Ergonomics: This criterion makes it possible to evaluate the grip of the toothbrush. It allows the user to feel very comfortable while brushing.
Operating modes: It is not only about brushing your teeth, but also about deep cleaning, gum cleaning, tongue cleaning, polishing, etc.
The type of movement: The rotational movements generated by the brushes with tilt-and-turn technology are opposed to the electric brush models with sonic vibrations. Those with rotary motions are the most effective.
Head shapes: The brush models that have a round and small head to clean the tooth from top to bottom with the most excellent ease are the most recommended. With these characteristics, since during brushing, rotary movements are carried out, the brush very quickly performs cleaning, even in the most difficult to access areas.
The price: the price is a very determining criterion in the choice of an electric toothbrush and varies according to the different functionalities which accompany the brush. Otherwise, models with very advanced features will, of course, cost more.
How to use the best electric toothbrushes?
Dip the head of the toothbrush.
Place toothpaste the size of a pea on the brush.
Start brushing with the gum.
Continue with the inner surface of the teeth.
Continue with the external surface.
Make sure to brush two teeth at the same time with each pass.
Pass the bristles of the brush over the tongue without applying pressure.
Rinse your mouth.
Wash the head of the brush.
Make sure to dry the instrument as best as possible before reconnecting it to its charger if it is of the rechargeable type.
What are the advantages of an electric toothbrush?
An electric toothbrush cleans teeth, protects gums: Several studies on the subject have shown that the electric toothbrush removes, on average, twice as many dental plates as the manual toothbrush. Dental plaque is precisely the cause of gingivitis, while ineffective brushing increases the risk of cavities. Do you want to protect your teeth and gums as much as possible? Better to opt for an electric toothbrush.
A delicate action that respects oral health: Most electric toothbrushes are equipped with an intelligent system: pressure sensors. These sensors are capable of measuring the pressure exerted on the tooth and block the mechanism when the user presses too hard and risks damaging his enamel or attacking his gums. Dentists have found that manual brushing can alter the enamel: many people tend to brush their teeth energetically, without using soft brushes; As a result, the coating and the gums are damaged while the sensitivity sometimes becomes a real problem.
An incomparable technique: Many people are wondering how to brush their teeth properly, with the electric toothbrush, this problem disappears. You have to follow the dentist’s instructions (or those noted on the brush packaging): clean each tooth from top to bottom, in circular movements, inside and out. To perfectly meet all expectations, it is possible to change the brushes by opting, for example, for “soft cleanliness,” “massage,” or even “polishing” head (rotary oscillating models). Add to that the inter-dental brushes (sonic models, brushing or sweeping), ideal for avoiding periodontitis and keeping your breath fresh.
Ease of use: The electric toothbrush requires minimal effort, so it is particularly useful for the elderly, the sick, and even children. Taking care of your oral health is essential to keep in shape, so it is necessary to brush your teeth thoroughly in all circumstances.
A playful approach: Does your child not want to brush their teeth? Do you have to chase after him in the house to convince him of the benefits of brushing? The electric toothbrush is suitable for children (from 3 years old) and can completely change their relationship to brushing. Indeed, some playful brushes are equipped with a small musical system that starts up as soon as the child begins to clean his teeth. This music lasts two minutes, the time recommended by dentists with such a brush (it is 3 minutes with a manual toothbrush). Thanks to this system, children enjoy brushing their teeth and thus adopt excellent habits for their oral health.