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3 Steps to Choose the Right Electric Toothbrush

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“My gums get bleeding when brushing” some people say when they use electric toothbrushes. Research reports that choosing the right tooth brush is more important than brushing itself.

Choosing a good quality and suitable toothbrush can be a difficult task since there are so many to choose from, so we have to put together a guide you can use when you’re out and getting an electric toothbrush for yourself and families. There are three steps which we feel you can go for when choosing the right one, it’s up to you to decide which features to choose based on your preference.

Step 1: Choosing an electric toothbrush with changeable features.

Generally, there are 3 kinds of brushes those people prefer more in the market those with 5 brushing modes, 3 brushing modes and single Clean mode only.

5 Working Modes Tooth Brushes:

It comes with multifunctional options so that they can be altered with variable vibration frequency & different brushing styles to meet all dental needs. You could choose your favorite mode and experience wonderful teeth massage during brushing.

3 Working Modes Brushes:

If you like to keep it with simple brushing styles, it’s a good option to get this one. Brushing with high-efficiency cleaning and optional 2 functions, you will get simple but maximum plaque removal in daily brushing.

Single Clean Mode Toothbrush:

Generally, it’s with Clean mode only that designed for fresh users or kids which could help to develop scientific & healthy brushing habit easily.

Step 2: Choosing electric toothbrushes according to its cleaning efficiency and brushing movement.

Sonic Toothbrush:

It’s one of the most popular options when it comes to electric toothbrushes that have been approved by dentists and dental experts. Advanced sonic technology brings powerful sonic vibrations that whip up toothpaste into plaque fighting bubbles and drives them between teeth and gumline. Generally, sonic vibration is around 31,000 times/min that providing a thorough & deep cleaning experience for teeth at a considerably moderate price range.

Ultrasonic Toothbrush:

Its design is pretty much the same as the sonic toothbrush, while the key difference is the vibration frequency. Sonic toothbrush average frequency is around 30,000 times/min, while the ultrasonic item is in 300,000 times/min that provides rigorous cleaning while it is a little strong & tough on teeth and gums.

Up-down Movement toothbrush:

It’s different with sonic & ultrasonic dental brush, it creates unique mechanical up-down swing with gentle frequency at 5000~6000times/min with 2~15degree brushing angle. The motion is gentle and safe for teeth and gumline that more suitable for fresh users and sensitive oral.

Step 3: Choosing a toothbrush with right brush head

Normally, Dupont Nylon is widely used in toothbrush bristles with different diameters & hardness to meet various dental requirements.

Soft Brush Head:

If you have sensitive teeth or gums that feel a little pain when meeting cold, hot, sour, or sweet, in this situation, dentists suggest using a brush head in soft bristles those around 0.1~0.12 thickness diameters. The soft brush head is with much gentle pressure than that of a standard toothbrush, you can put them through your teeth and choose the ‘Sensitive’ or ‘Gentle’ mode, they tend to clean your teeth properly without causing irritation. Meanwhile, it’s the perfect choice for pregnant women as well.

Standard Brush Head:

If you are looking for a standard electric toothbrush cleaning experience, the standard brush head is a good option in which bristles are medium soft with 0.12~0.15mm thickness. You have different options to choose different cleaning styles with this brush head to get a thorough cleaning experience and wonderful teeth massage.

Dental hygiene is a crucial factor when it comes to your long term well being by keeping your gums and teeth healthy. People now are requiring right & high quality toothbrushes to keep mouth safe from bacteria no matter for adults or kids. This guide could help you decide on the kind of electric toothbrush you should go for.

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