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As a stomatologist/professional, what do you think of electric toothbrushes?

Views: 4     Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2021-12-08      Origin: Site

As a practitioner in the oral industry, I would like to say whether electric toothbrush is worth using from the perspective of my own use and consultation with patients who are familiar with it. The answer: an electric toothbrush is recommended.

As an experienced user of electric toothbrushes and a practitioner with a slight knowledge of oral cavity, my advice is to buy a mid-range model! The vibration frequency of the mid-end electric toothbrush is basically the same as that of the high-end electric toothbrush. The mid-end models also cover rich functions. Compared with the high-end electric toothbrush, they are equipped with more adjustable modes and personalized Settings....... Rich on the high-end, no money on the whole low-end line, the experience will not be bad.

My position has always been that electric toothbrushes are not an IQ tax and can be a better way to help us clean our teeth on a daily basis. But only if you buy it and stick to it, and use it right, is it effective. Why are electric toothbrushes so popular despite their critics? Because it strikes at a human weakness - laziness. How many people can really follow the doctor's advice and brush their teeth for 2 minutes electric toothbrush every morning and evening using the Pap method? According to the "Healthy Oral Cavity Action Plan 2019-2025" issued by the National Health Commission in 2019, only 36.1 percent of adults brush their teeth twice a day in 2016, and it is hoped that the rate will reach 45 percent by 2025. Brushing your teeth by hand can often become a coping routine, ending with a few perfunctory swipes after squeezing toothpaste, only to end up with cavities -- you brush, but it doesn't work. What is the difference between effective and ineffective tooth brushing? The simplest two points are: 1. Whether there is tooth decay and whether the frequency of tooth decay is high. From these two points, electric toothbrush is more effective than ordinary toothbrush, and whitening is not within the scope of comparison. The advantages of an electric toothbrush are obvious: 1. Keep the toothbrush on for 2 minutes and it will stop automatically. 2. At present, the vibration frequency of electric toothbrush is mostly 30,000 times/minute, while the frequency of our manual brushing is about 240 times/minute (i.e., 4 times per second up and down). That means an electric toothbrush is 125 times more efficient than a manual toothbrush!! 3. Choose the high grinding rate of tooth brush head, electric toothbrush actually better than manual control more protect teeth (many people pursue aggressive when manual brushing your teeth, brush even cross) the efficacy and security of the electric toothbrush, in nearly 70 years have been production, exploration and validation - normal electric toothbrush high frequency vibration can be effective protection of oral diseases, but need to pay attention to use way, Avoid soft tissue damage.

In fact, the first type of tools are now more recommended by dentists, because they are easier to use and more efficient, so that many problems are eliminated. An electric toothbrush, in particular, is a feat that a dentist can't say for sure.

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