Trend in Oral Care
Keep your Smile Bright with Electric Toothbrushes
We may not like going, but the deep cleaning you get after a dental visit makes it all worthwhile. Teeth are polished, plaque is removed and overall freshness is restored. The problem is, we go home and continue to use our manual toothbrushes, which, let’s face it, do a mediocre job at removing food debris and plaque buildup. More dentists are recommending electric toothbrushes as a solution to keeping teeth clean in between office visits. Daily, we floss, brush and rinse to keep our teeth free from decay and cavities. Choosing the right toothbrush can make a difference in dental hygiene. With powered brushes, the benefits are many. Here are a few reasons you may want to make the switch.
For many who brush too hard, the harsh force can damage the tissue that covers our gums, causing irritation and premature recession. At the same time, rough brushing strips our teeth’s protective layer and enamel, causing sensitivity to stimuli, heat and cold. Many people are making the switch to a powered toothbrush because it protects their mouth’s health. With powered toothbrushes, bristles move faster and with less pressure; great for deep, but safe, cleaning of teeth and gums.
If you aren’t sure where to begin when selecting a powered brush, Supersmile Professional Series II LS45 Advanced Sonic Pulse Toothbrush is highly recommended. With sonic technology and 45-degree angled bristles, the brush removes plaque and bacteria beneath the gum line. Soft nylon bristles ensure enamel won’t be stripped and with the 30,000 advanced sonic strokes, it is easy to polish and whiten tooth enamel. In short, it’s a great way to clean gums without harsh effects.
Keep your teeth and gums healthy and clean between dental visits by using powered brushes. Angled brushes are perfect for the hard-to-reach cracks and the soft and fast moving bristles will help you accomplish the deep dentist-office clean you are after.