Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-03-15 Origin:Site
When Speaking of electric toothbrushes Everyone’s first feeling is--expensive!
Is the expensive one okay?
Electric toothbrushes are really cleaner than ordinary toothbrushes?
Check it out today.
What exactly is brushing your teeth?
The initiating factor of all oral diseases is dental plaque, so we must first brush off this "source of all evil"-dental plaque.
Dental plaque is actually a bacterial biofilm on the surface of teeth that cannot be washed away by water. It is the culprit of all dental diseases such as tooth decay, periodontitis and bad breath.
Therefore, brushing that can remove plaque is the real effective brushing!
Is an electric toothbrush better or an ordinary toothbrush?
It is often difficult to control the intensity and direction of ordinary tooth brushing. The international standard Pap brushing method is difficult for ordinary people to fully grasp, and the cleaning efficiency will be reduced.
The head of an electric toothbrush is basically smaller than an ordinary toothbrush, and some areas that are more difficult to clean, such as large teeth and wisdom teeth, will clean better with an electric toothbrush.
The electric toothbrush has a uniform cleaning force and a wider contact surface, which can comprehensively take care of the surface of each tooth and the depth between the teeth, effectively removing dental plaque.
The electric toothbrush has a smart timer function, which usually stops working or reminds automatically within 2 minutes to ensure that the brushing time is controlled, and some have 30-second segmented reminders to ensure even brushing time in each area.
In addition to teeth, the health of gums is also very important. Electric toothbrushes often have a sensitive pattern for the gums, etc., to more comprehensively ensure the health of the oral cavity.
Easy to use
Taking into account human factors, electric toothbrushes are indeed less laborious than using ordinary toothbrushes, and it is easier to develop good habits.
Needless to say, ordinary toothbrushes are affordable.
Electric toothbrushes are divided into body and brush head, and the brush head can be replaced every three months.
Will using an electric toothbrush damage my teeth?
Sonic electric toothbrushes and non-sonic electric toothbrushes are currently more mainstream.
Non-sonic electric toothbrushes are cleaned by rubbing between the brush head and the teeth, but the oscillating frequency of the electric bristles is higher, and the cleaning effect is better than manual. The cleaning principle relies on high-speed friction to clean dirt and dental plaque.
The sonic vibration toothbrush uses an ultrasonic transducer hidden in the brush head to generate high-frequency vibrations, which will loosen or even shake off the plaque, tartar, and unnoticeable initial tartar on the tooth surface.
Ordinary toothbrushes are cleaned by cyclic reciprocating actions with gentle force, so that the large pieces of food residues on the surface of the teeth are changed from large to small, from presence to absence, to achieve the purpose of cleaning.