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Distinguish electric brush

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Posted by: Casliner  (7 years ago)
Recently I find discount electric brush just 60.99€, zeta-dental.fr tells me that is great, but I don't know how to judge the quality,can dentist give me some useful advice?
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Here are some tips to get a quality of electric brush.

* Always prefer soft nylon bristles head which is best for gums. There are other types of head also soft and hard. Do not prefer them.
* Make sure the bristles on the toothbrush should have rounded tips.
* It will be great if your electric brush have built-in timer and pressure sensor.
the simpletooth
family dentistry with purpose
CA
Posted 7 years ago
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Posted by: jimhassel  (7 years ago)
Here are some tips to get a quality of electric brush.

* Always prefer soft nylon bristles head which is best for gums. There are other types of head also soft and hard. Do not prefer them.
* Make sure the bristles on the toothbrush should have rounded tips.
* It will be great if your electric brush have built-in timer and pressure sensor.



Do you think it is better to use an electric brush than the normally available ones? Which one is better? I have not used the electric ones so I don't know but I think the manual ones would clean the teeth better.
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Both are equally good. If you think that you can brush your teeth more effectively by manual brush then go for it.
Both have their own advantages. Sometimes people don't know exactly how to brush your teeth effectively then they can go for electric brush.
the simpletooth
family dentistry with purpose
CA
Posted 7 years ago
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Dentist
Size of the brush is important For most adults, a toothbrush head a half-inch wide and one-inch tall will be the easiest to use and the most effective.And its bristles should be soft, soft-bristled toothbrush will be the most comfortable and safest choice.
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