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Electric toothbrush: tested as best

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You may ask yourself: Is an electric toothbrush better than a manual toothbrush? The only answer is a resounding “yes.”

That is, if you can miss yellow teeth as a toothache. It is very important to take good care of your teeth. You not only want to prevent toothache, but also have good oral hygiene. In addition, it is also very important to get a fresh breath and white teeth. What is the best electric toothbrush and which toothbrushes are there? In this blog you can read all trends about the electric toothbrush.

Electric toothbrush

Electric toothbrushes are much better than manual toothbrushes. The “normal” electric toothbrush looks a lot like a manual toothbrush. A great way to clean your teeth, but certainly not the best. Still, according to this study, you remove 21% more plaque (after 3 months of use).

Electric toothbrushes have a number of advantages:

  • You can effectively remove plaque and prevent bad breath
  • You easily reach the interdental space (between your teeth and molars)
  • Less chance of “sanding” due to the automatic movement
  • They often have memory and know exactly how long to brush
  • You can easily brush your teeth because it is less tiring
  • They are available with a pressure sensor; so you don’t brush too hard
  • The best electric toothbrush indicates when the brush head needs to be replaced
  • You have different vibration speeds on a sonic toothbrush
  • You also have extra functions such as teeth whitening on a sonic toothbrush
  • The sonic electric toothbrush can brush up to 31,000 per minute
  • A good electric toothbrush has a good battery. This allows you to brush your teeth for up to 1 month with a 1x charge.

It is simply a lot better than brushing your teeth with an electric toothbrush. In addition to the convenience of an electric toothbrush, you can also get white teeth and fresh breath. In this way you can prevent getting tooth sensitivity after whitening.

What kind of electric toothbrushes are there?

Electric toothbrushes help you take good care of your teeth. They help to get a fresh breath, a nice smile and it prevents plaque and food scraps from forming behind or between your teeth. In this way, you can prevent the formation of brown spots on your teeth. In addition, it is good for preventing gum disease and you reduce the risk of tooth decay and cavities. This prevents high bills at the dentist. You can choose from a variety of toothbrushes: automatic, sonic and rotary-oscillating toothbrushes. The oscillating-rotating toothbrush has a round head and moves in several directions. This toothbrush has a round brush and rotates back and forth with circular movements. The sonic toothbrush is something special.

The different types of toothbrushes

At Fleeck we discuss the most important differences between the sonic and the rotating toothbrush. We have made them clear for you.

The cleaning movement

The rotating toothbrush makes a rotating movement and gives rapid pulsations. The toothbrush hairs wipe the plaque off the tooth surface. Unfortunately, you often feel no vibrations with a rotating toothbrush. The sonic toothbrush is unique in terms of movement. The large brushing surface makes it look like a manual toothbrush. Only you brush thousands of times more often per minute. The bristles vibrate at such a high speed that you remove plaque stuck deep down to the gum line. In addition, the vibrations create microbubbles of water that even clean between your teeth and give you a particularly fresh feeling in your mouth.

The shape of the toothbrush

Rotating electric toothbrushes have a round brush head that rotates at high speed. The advantage of round brush heads is that they can completely enclose the tooth thanks to their shape. This touches the bristles deep down to the gum line. The sonic toothbrush has an oval head and looks like a manual toothbrush. The big difference is that the bristles vibrate at high speed. The more vibrations per minute, the more brushing movements the toothbrush makes. The oval brush head allows you to brush more teeth and molars in one brushing motion than you do with a rotating toothbrush. The Fleeck toothbrush has a perfect DuPont fit – an oval brush head with a perfect round fit over the tooth neck. The bristles fit perfectly around the tooth so that you can effectively get whiter teeth and not damage your gums.

What is the best electric toothbrush?

Fleeck has listed a number of things for you that you can best pay attention to when purchasing an electric toothbrush. Read on for our handy overview.

The brushing speed of the brush

How often can you brush per minute? You won’t get that far with a manual toothbrush. You can brush your teeth up to 300 times per minute if you brush thoroughly. In contrast, sonic toothbrushes can sometimes make up to 31,000 movements per minute. The more movements a toothbrush can make, the more plaque it can remove. It is nevertheless nice to be able to determine the speed yourself. That is why different speeds on a toothbrush are extra fine. So there is something for everyone.

Sensible vibrations

If you choose an electric toothbrush it is important to feel the vibrations in your mouth while brushing. According to this study, the sonic vibrations ensure that you can remove bacteria and plaque from the tooth surface in this way. That is why the vibrations must be felt in your mouth. This way you get a nice white bite with a fresh breath.

What kind of brush head is on it?

It is important to ask yourself what kind of brush head you should put on an electric toothbrush. If this is too large, you might get gag tendencies while brushing your teeth. To be able to brush your teeth properly, the fit must be perfect. The brush head must enclose the tooth. This way the gums and the tooth enamel are not damaged.

Memory

There are good electric toothbrushes with a built-in memory. It is still the brushing standard (also according to this study and dentists): brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes.

Fortunately, some electric toothbrushes also have a cleaning memory. You are reminded to stop brushing. In addition, the toothbrush will remember the last brushing position you have brushed on.

That way you can always brush your teeth at your favorite booth.

More expensive isn’t always better

A more expensive toothbrush is not always better. The best electric toothbrush is the toothbrush that gives your teeth the most comfort. That does not always depend on the price. Consider yourself well: brush heads must be replaced regularly. These costs also vary enormously.

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Cost of the electric toothbrush

There are a number of important things that you should ask yourself about the cost of an electric toothbrush. It is not that the more you pay, the comfort increases. Remember that an electric toothbrush requires maintenance. There are good quality electric toothbrushes on offer.

You should ask yourself the following:

  • What is the starting price of an electric toothbrush?
  • What are the costs of the brush heads?
  • Is it easy to charge the electric toothbrush?
  • How long do you spend with this charging time? How long can you brush your teeth?
  • Does the provider use a fun promotion? Is there a discount or promotion?

This way you can look at the best offer for an electric toothbrush. This gives you the best price-quality ratio and you have the best electric toothbrush.

Replace electric toothbrush brush heads

It is important to replace the brush heads regularly. Do this when the bristles stand apart. There are special brush heads with a perfect fit. Consider, for example, the DuPont fit of the Fleeck toothbrush. This perfect fit ensures that you will not suffer from sensitive teeth and it ensures that you can do longer with your brush heads.

The ADA (The American Dental Association) recommends replacing the attachments of your electric toothbrush every 3-4 months.

Buy the best electric toothbrush

There are a number of providers where you can purchase an electric toothbrush. We have made a handy overview for you in this blog. That way you know exactly what to look out for. Consider the different brushing speeds, vibrations and the fit of the toothbrush. This way you have the best value for money for a good toothbrush. In addition: Dutch people are trendsetters in the field of brushing with an electric toothbrush. With more than sixty percent, the Dutch brush the most electric in the world. It’s just a matter of time before the rest of the world follows. Brushing teeth is important and has never been so much fun. Always on Fleeck with this toothbrush!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best electric toothbrush?

Dentists and experts pay attention to a number of things with a toothbrush. Consider the cleaning speed, the different speeds, vibrations and the presence of a memory function.

What kind of electric toothbrushes are there?

There are a number of different types on the toothbrush market. So you have the sonic, automatic and oscillating-rotating toothbrush. There are a number of important differences between the different types of toothbrush.

What is the difference between the sonic toothbrush and the rotary toothbrush?

There are a number of important differences between these two types of toothbrush. The sonic toothbrush has an oval fit. In contrast, the rotating toothbrush has a round fit. The sonic toothbrush also has vibrations and different brushing speeds.

What is the best buy for an electric toothbrush?

Experts agree that more expensive is not always better. It is important to pay attention to the comfort of the toothbrush. That is why when offering an electric toothbrush it is most important to pay attention to the best price-quality ratio. You will also have to replace the brush heads after a while; this also costs money.

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