The nylon toothbrushes that we use today have been affected for decades and protecting our oral health, provided that we brush regularly and correctly. The advantage of this toothbrushes that are simple to transport they can be packed easily for travel and they’re inexpensive to purchase.
If you are a fan of electric toothbrushes, you probably will not mind that they are more expensive because you have experienced how thoroughly they clean. The ELectric toothbrushes sufficiently clean teeth by oscillating back and forth or by vibrating, your hands cannot move that fast and so for most people electric toothbrush clean better than manual toothbrushes, they are especially helpful for people with limited dexterity.
In GM Dental and Implant Centre we have seen a vast improvement among patients who
have switched from manual toothbrush to an electric one.
Electric Toothbrushes have a timer helping us to spend the right amount of time brushing the teeth. While with a manual one, most of the patients spend less than 2 minutes brushing their teeth. Spending the right amount of time brushing your teeth will help you to keep a healthy mouth.
If you are thinking investing in an electric toothbrush, look for one that has an oscillating motion that makes a difference in cleaning your teeth. Whichever toothbrush you choose make sure to brush twice a day and floss once a day. Replace your brush every three months and visit your dentist for a professional cleaning twice a year.
Follow these guidelines and you should enjoy good oral health for a lifetime and that is something to smile about.Back to Blog
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