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Choosing A Competent Toothbrush

February 20, 2020 4 min read

These days, plenty of brands and entrepreneurs like to lure in customers using plenty of pretty pictures, buzzwords, and creative designs. Most kids won’t take a second glance at a plain notebook, but they will clamor around notebooks and envelopes with drawings of princesses and cartoon characters plastered on the front. On a similar note, most adults won’t care about a product unless it comes with the promise of an easier and more comfortable life.

Large stores and pharmacies often come with shelves lined up with toothbrushes of all shapes and sizes. Some toothbrushes appeal to people because they’re made of organic or environmentally-friendly material, while others just happen to look much sleeker and prettier than most. Parents will usually try to find singing toothbrushes that force their kids to brush longer than half a minute, while teens and young adults might feel interested in a product that can really last.

It can be a bit overwhelming to find a toothbrush that can really suit you and your needs best. How can you pick the right item for you out of countless brands and pretty faces? Here are a few tips that can help you think straight the next time you need to do some shopping.

What Should It Look Like?

Even the ugliest clothes can still do their basic job of keeping you warm and safe so long as they’re made with the right material. With this in mind, it’s important to look at what a toothbrush is made of and how it’s designed (not in terms of looks, but functionality) before putting it in your shopping basket.

The best and most functional toothbrushes come with a small rounded head that measures no more than 1 by ½-inches. The smaller the head, the easier it is to reach and clean all the important areas of your mouth, teeth, and gums effectively. The bristles on the toothbrush head should also be made of soft nylon that won’t harm delicate teeth and gums. Harder bristlesshould be avoided as they can erode teeth structure and cause your gums to bleed pretty badly.

The angle of toothbrush bristles isn’t as big of a deal as you might think. A 2014 study in the European Journal of Dentistry found that straight and angled toothbrush bristles achieve pretty much the same results when it comes to plaque removal and that their overall effectiveness are both on the same level. Regardless of whether you choose a toothbrush with straight or oblique bristles, the results will depend purely on how well you brush and maintain your oral hygiene.

The handle of a good toothbrush should be long and wide enough to fit firmly in your hand. When examining a toothbrush handle, it’s important to determine whether or not you can comfortably use it for more than a few minutes. If a toothbrush requires you to grip it too close to the head or if it slips out of your hands too easily, you might be better off finding something else to use.

Should I Get An Electric Toothbrush?

Electric toothbrushes come with their own special benefits and advantages. They’re said to remove plaque and gingivitis more effectively than manual toothbrushes, and they can cover more areas of the teeth and gums much faster. People who aren’t really motivated to brush often can also improve their oral health habits with an electric toothbrush since the sound and feel of it can help them relax better. People with limited dexterity can also benefit greatly from using one since the rotating heads already do most of the work for them.

An electric toothbrush works just as well as a manual one. If you do plan on trying one out, do keep in mind that you’ll have to spend a bit more than usual for a good quality product. You’ll also have to come up with a plan for buying replacement heads as some brands can be quite difficult to find online and offline. If your electric toothbrush happens to be disposable, you’ll have to replace it with an entirely new one after some time.

If price isn’t a problem for you, there are several different electric toothbrush varieties out there with their own unique features. What you choose depends mostly on your own personal needs. If you have sensitive teeth and gums, you might need to choose an electric toothbrush with adjustable settings. That way, you can just brush on a slow and gentle setting instead of applying too much pressure by mistake. You might also want to look into electric toothbrushes that can help you take a better look at your teeth and gums while you brush.

Even the greatest toothbrushes can’t always do all the work alone. The longer you use one, the more likely it is for bacteria to be left behind in hard-to-reach corners of your teeth and gums. A durable dental scaler can eliminate any harmful residue so that your teeth remain strong, healthy, and beautiful. Order yours off our store and give your teeth the care they deserve!


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