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Q: Do electric toothbrushes work better than regular toothbrushes? So I have to buy an electric toothbrush?
A: The cleanliness of your toothbrush has nothing to do with using A manual or electric toothbrush. There is no difference between a manual and an electric toothbrush for cleaning teeth and the mouth, as long as the gestures are correct.
However, many people use a regular toothbrush with incorrect gestures, or brush too hard or for too short a time, so dentists often recommend electric toothbrushes.
Q: The more expensive the electric toothbrush, the better?
A: A lot of people, including me, don't know how to choose an electric toothbrush or what the difference is, so they go for the most expensive and easy option.
In fact, in addition to different brands, technology is different, even if the same brand, different models also have great attention to. Choose what's right for you, not the most expensive.
Electric toothbrushes have much more force than ordinary toothbrushes. Therefore, brush your teeth with less force than the ordinary toothbrush, in order to avoid excessive force on the teeth, gum damage. Our electric toothbrush has a pressure sensing function, and if you push too hard, this toothbrush will have an audio cue for you to treat your teeth more gently.
Q: There are so many heads for electric toothbrushes. Should I choose a big one or a small one?
A: There are also many kinds of brush heads. Most toothbrush heads from major brands come in standard sizes.
However, if the mouth is difficult to open or to brush wisdom teeth, you can use a small brush head so that it can go deep into the mouth and clean the back teeth. The brush head must be replaced every 3 months. Because the brush head in use for a period of time, the bristles will become rough, easy to damage the gums. Otherwise brush teeth equal to no brush.
Q: How do I use an electric toothbrush?
A: Divide the mouth into four parts: upper, lower, left, and right. Starting at the top of your mouth, move the toothbrush at a 45-degree Angle toward the gum line, gently moving the toothbrush back and forth. Brush in circles to the front, back, and top of each tooth.
Don't brush the gums too hard, as this can damage them.
Each area is guaranteed a 30-second brushing time. The whole process should take at least two minutes.
Q: Is Water Flosser necessary?
A: For people like me who are particularly prone to plaque, using only toothbrush and regular flossing is not effective in removing plaque from the adjacent Spaces of the teeth. In addition to causing caries on the adjacent surfaces of the teeth, these dental plaque may also become stones, irritate the gums, aggravate gingivitis and further cause periodontal disease if it remains for A long time. Therefore, a severe patient like me must use water floss.