Some Perks From The Classic:
- It’s simple, accessible, and cheap (not to mention travel-ready).
- Changing your brush now and then can be good.
- In some cases, it may be softer on enamel and gums (depending on the brush and your technique).
Advantages Of An Electric Toothbrush:
- For those with limited dexterity, (due to arthritis, stroke, limited shoulder and elbow movement) they better ensure great cleaning.
- Some have fancy features that encourage effective brushing (such as gauging pressure, a timer showing time spent, etc.).
How Electric Toothbrushes Are Made And How They Work
Take a break from whatever you’re stressing about today and learn something fun. Use the info next time you’re at a party to impress your friends:
5 Things MORE Important Than The Type Of Brush:
- Use soft bristles.
- Get a new brush (or brush head) every 4 months or so.
- Brush for two minutes a day.
- Don’t brush TOO hard; it can hurt your gums.
- Be thorough, and get all the corners.