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Brushing teeth is important for healthy and strong teeth. You can do that with a regular toothbrush, but you can also opt for an electric toothbrush. But is an electric toothbrush better? We looked into it for you.
We can be brief about that. Yes, electric toothbrushes are better than manual ones. This is mainly because most people with manual toothbrushes do not brush long and well enough. An electric toothbrush helps you brush correctly and encourages you to brush long enough. Moreover, an electric toothbrush allows you to brush in hard-to-reach areas better. As a result, an electric toothbrush will make your teeth clean better.
First of all, the electric toothbrush itself makes the right brushing motion. You only have to move the toothbrush along your teeth. So you always brush the right way. The timer makes it easy to brush for two minutes, as recommended. Many toothbrushes are equipped with a pressure sensor. This warns you if you brush too hard, so you don’t damage your gums. In addition, an electric toothbrush has a smaller brush, making it easier to reach hard-to-reach areas.
There are two different types of toothbrushes, those with a round brush head and those with an elongated brush head. Both types clean your teeth better than a regular manual toothbrush. An electric toothbrush is also a good idea for children, as it is easier to get teeth really clean properly with an electric toothbrush. Moreover, electric toothbrushes for children look fun with cheerful colours and figures, making brushing a party. Some toothbrushes even play music while brushing.
When it comes to cleaning your teeth, there are no drawbacks to electric brushing. However, an electric toothbrush is a lot more expensive. Not only is the purchase of the device more expensive, the brush heads are also more expensive than a regular toothbrush. Nevertheless, you can end up saving money with this investment, as your teeth will be healthier and you will have fewer dental costs in the future. In addition, electric brushing can take some getting used to. The vibration of the toothbrush can feel unpleasant and you have to teach yourself a different brushing technique. But once you get used to it, you won’t want anything else.
Yes, brushing with an electric toothbrush really is better for your teeth. Because you brush better and longer with an electric toothbrush, it is easier to really clean your teeth properly. However, we do recommend that you also floss in addition to brushing. Even an electric toothbrush does not get between your teeth properly, so flossing remains necessary.
Is it better to brush electrically?
Yes, it is better to brush electrically. Your teeth are cleaned better and plaque is removed more thoroughly, if you brush electrically. Moreover, an electric toothbrush ensures that you brush long enough and that you don't brush too hard.
What is the main reason to brush electrically?
Electric brushing simply makes your teeth clean better. Clean teeth without plaque prevent cavities and problems with your gums. This keeps your teeth healthy and strong for longer. Moreover, healthy teeth have a good impact on your overall health.
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