If you don’t brush properly, plaque can be left on your teeth which can sometimes lead to gum problems and cavities. Even with instruction from your dentist and hygienist, you may still not be able to clean your teeth adequately.
Electric toothbrushes have been shown to be better at removing plaque, and where there is less plaque, there is likely to be less gum problems and less decay. These power brushes, with their rotating, spinning, and pulsating movements, do all of the work while you simply guide the toothbrush around the mouth.
These brushes have come a long way in the past few years. They now come with timers to let you know if you are brushing long enough and spending enough time in each area of the mouth. This takes the guesswork out of your hygiene routine as you will know each time you brush if you are spending enough time to remove the plaque that has built up on your teeth.
Electric or power brushes as they are also called, are equipped with pressure sensors to keep you from applying too much pressure on your teeth and gums. Too much pressure can cause wear on the teeth and sometimes sensivity as well.
You also get a large selections of special brushheads to choose from to attach to your power brush. There are brushheads specially made for ortho, whitening, sensitivity, deep clean, etc. . Simply swap your head out as indicated by your dental needs.