Today let’s talk about which type of toothbrushes is better, electric toothbrushes or regular manual toothbrushes.
Both manual and electric toothbrushes are considered effective at removing plaque from your teeth. But you have to use the proper technique for either of them to be effective. And more often than not, it’s easier to use the proper technique with electric toothbrushes because it does most of the work for you. So I do recommend an electric toothbrush.
Electric toothbrush can only help improve your dental hygiene.
However, if you are someone who does a great job with your regular manual toothbrush, you never have any problems, your cleanings at the dentist are easy, great! Keep up the good work. But if your dental provider ever says you need to focus on a specific area of your mouth, or you tend to build up plaque quickly, it’s definitely worth trying an electric toothbrush to give you that extra oomph when brushing.
Electric toothbrushes are capable of making thousands of tiny strokes in just a few seconds, whereas manual toothbrushes are not. So assuming you’re using a high quality electric toothbrush, you should be able to clean your teeth above average as long as you’re using the correct technique. Some other great things to consider about electric toothbrushes are all the additional things they can do for you. Such as, they can add more stimulation to your gum tissues and promote better blood flow to encourage healthier gums and less bleeding. Limited movement is required you simply hold the brush where you want it to clean and it does the work for you. So if you have any hand or wrist pain, it definitely makes it easier.
Most offer larger and longer handle designs which work well for people with limited dexterity or jaw issues if you can’t open wide. Most models have built-in timers that can help ensure you know how long you’re brushing each area of your mouth. So you clean your teeth for the full two minutes. Lots of models also have pressure sensors. So, if you’ve ever been told that you brush too hard or you brush too aggressively, it will alert you to ease up on your tense grip. And lastly, they are super preferred and recommended for all patients with braces or other fixed orthodontic appliances who need to target plaque across a larger surface area.
How do you know which electric toothbrush is the right one for you?
Definitely some are made better than others. You don’t want one that is designed with rough stiff or poorly made bristles, or ones with a power source or battery life that is low meaning it needs to be charged every single night, right? My best advice is to always remember that toothbrushes are not a one size fits all. One that works best for me might not work best for you. So it’s always recommended to ask your dentist or your dental hygienist which electric toothbrush they feel is best for your individual mouth. You and your dental provider have to decide together which one will work best for your individual mouth and your individual lifestyle.
When you’re comparing manual versus electric toothbrushes, electric versions are almost always better assuming they’re not cheaply made. Again, you could do a great job with a manual toothbrush. It’s just sometimes more work to do it correctly. With brushing twice a day in our busy lives, lots of us tend to rush and you don’t want to ever skip out on brushing too fast and not doing a good job. So with electric toothbrushes, in my opinion, they often help you do a better more thorough job.
Let’s have a look at Meyarn Sonic Electric Toothbrush.
There are two versions for you to choose from, Orthodontic & Regular Cleaning, get hard-to-reach areas regular toothbrushes can’t. It can clean efficiently with 31,000 vibration per minute, get a thorough cleaning and upgrade over other regular toothbrushes. It has a long battery lifetime, 4 Hours charge can last 30 days. It is also IPX7 Waterproof, you can use it when you are in a shower. Blue indicator bristles ca remind you to replace the head when the blue fades. 2 minute timer will send a signal after two minutes to help you reach the recommended brushing time.
Hope you have a good oral health with great electric toothbrushes!