Electrical Tooth Brush

Advantages of electrical tooth brush
  • Better plaque removal. There aren’t enough good studies with modern toothbrush designs to have a good systematic review to look at, but there are some studies in reputable journals that show superior plaque removal.
  • Less toothbrush abrasion. Electrical toothbrushes handle all the brushing motions for you so there is less of a tendency to brush too hard or in horizontal scrubbing motions that produce toothbrush abrasion.
    Don’t press hard with any kind of toothbrush. It is sometimes advisable to get the “extra soft” head.
  • Built in timers and pressure sensors Extra to help you become a better brusher. There also are features like UV sterilisers that are also nice.

With correct brushing technique optimal results can be achieved with both manual and electric toothbrushes. If you are brushing well with a manual brush and not having any problems with plaque or brushing too hard, there is little to gain from switching to an electric toothbrush.

How to use electrical tooth brush (Oral B)

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