Electric vs Manual Toothbrush

Are you debating between using a manual or an electric toothbrush? Generally, we would recommend an electric brush for most people, here’s why:

They have a vibrating or rotating brush head that can clean teeth more effectively than manual toothbrushes.

They can help reduce the risk of gum disease and tooth decay.

Some models come with built-in timers to ensure that you brush for the recommended two minutes.

They can be especially helpful for people with mobility issues, such as arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome.

If you’re still unsure about the best kind of brush for you, consult with your dentist to discuss.

Are you looking to improve your oral hygiene routine?

Here are some of the best tools that can help you maintain a healthy and beautiful smile:
Electric Toothbrush: A good electric toothbrush is the foundation of any oral hygiene routine.

Dental floss: Flossing helps remove food particles and plaque from between your teeth, where your toothbrush can’t reach.
Mouthwash: A mouthwash can help kill bacteria in your mouth and freshen your breath.
Interdental Brushes: These small brushes are designed to clean between teeth and help remove plaque and food debris. They come in different sizes to fit different gaps between teeth.

Regular visits to your hygienist: The tools and techniques a professional hygienist will use, can’t be replicated at home and will lead to a deeper clean – ensuring your mouth stays clean and healthy for longer!