Category Archives for Electric Toothbrushes

The Best Electric Toothbrush For Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults.  And shockingly, 70% of adults over the age of 65 have some degree of this gum problem.  Luckily, periodontal disease is preventable and curable with proper oral hygiene.   Brushing and flossing your teeth well makes a big difference in fighting periodontal disease. It […]

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What is the Best Electric Toothbrush for a Teenager?

As a parent of a teenager, and someone who has seen inside a lot of teenager’s mouths in my dental office, I can attest to the fact that tooth brushing may not be a high priority for teenagers. Unlike when they were little, we cannot brush their teeth for them every night.  So, how can […]

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Is Your Electric Toothbrush Buzzing When Charging?

If you’ve awoken to hear your electric toothbrush buzzing, don’t worry. This problem has been encountered many numerous electric toothbrush owners, across a range of different brands. The cause isn’t always the same.We’ll be taking you through a look at what can cause the buzzing sound, and when you need to start considering it as […]

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How to Make an Electric Toothbrush Quiet

You should always try your best to read reviews or test a prospective electric toothbrush first-hand before buying. However, this is far too often easier said than done, especially when you already own an expensive-but-noisy model.In some cases, you could excuse the noise level as a trade-off for cleaning power, but in today’s world of […]

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How to Clean an Electric Toothbrush Base

Every electric toothbrush needs to be maintained to guarantee good hygiene and long-lasting operation. The frequency of cleaning depends on your own personal habits, but we’d generally recommend that you clean the base lightly after each use. We’ll be detailing a list of ways to perform a rigorous clean instead of the spot cleaning that […]

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How Long Should You Brush Your Teeth With an Electric Toothbrush?

Brushing your teeth is the very first step to total oral care. Both manual and electric toothbrushes are approved by the American Dental Association as effective tools for removing plaque and debris.Electric toothbrushes oscillate far faster than anyone can brush their teeth. They reduce plaque by up to 21% more than manual brushing, while gingivitis […]

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