Which Toothbrush Is Better Electric or Manual Expert Advice


 

TeetTeeth brushing is the foundation of good oral care, and is very essential in preventing dental problems. Both manual and electric toothbrushes can effective at removing plaque that causes disease and decay. For as long as you use those that have the Seal of Acceptance of the American Dental Association (ADA), any toothbrush is safe and effective. But is one of them better than the other? Read on and find out.

Electric Toothbrush

The bristles of an electric toothbrush rotate or vibrate to help remove plaque buildup from the teeth and gums. This vibration allows for micromovements each time you move the toothbrush across your teeth.

Pros of an Electric Toothbrush

·         More effective. Studies have shown that electric toothbrushes generally decrease more gingivitis and plaque compared to manual brushes. After three months of use, gingivitis is reduced by 11 percent, while plaque is reduced by 21 percent.

·         Easy to use. Because electric toothbrushes do most of the work, they are helpful for people with mobility problems like arthritis, carpal tunnel, and developmental disabilities.

·         Come with built-in timers. This feature helps you brush your teeth long enough for it to effectively remove plaque from your teeth and gums.

·         Can cause less waste. If you need a new toothbrush, you only need to replace an electric toothbrush’s head. This makes it less wasteful than throwing away a manual toothbrush.

 



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