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How To Brush Your Teeth With An Electric Toothbrush?

Monday , 21, February 2022 Comments Off on How To Brush Your Teeth With An Electric Toothbrush?

Electric toothbrushes are getting immensely popular among people, especially those who take their oral health very seriously. If you are looking to buy one, then you should go through reviews of the best electric toothbrushes by consumer reports. There are two types of electric toothbrushes available on the market, which include oscillating-rotating toothbrushes and Trizone toothbrushes. But, before you buy one, you should know how to properly brush your teeth using either type of toothbrush.

Brushing teeth with an oscillating-rotating toothbrush

Oscillating-rotating toothbrushes are the most recommended electric toothbrushes. The small round brush head envelops each tooth individually, ensuring precise tooth-by-tooth cleaning. Every minute, the brushes perform up to 8,800 oscillating-rotating movements and up to 40,000 pulsations.

Apply the toothpaste – Do not switch on the electric toothbrush with the toothpaste on until you have applied it to your teeth, to prevent toothpaste from splashing out.

Interior – Clean the surface of the teeth by moving the toothbrush slowly from tooth to tooth. Focus on the lower incisors as this is where tartar most often develops.

Exterior – Apply the brush head horizontally and move it slowly along the gum line, brushing each tooth for a few seconds.

Chewing surfaces – Clean the chewing surfaces slowly, taking care to spend a few seconds on each tooth. Apply only light pressure to the surface of the tooth: the brush will do most of the work for you!

How do I brush my teeth with a TriZone toothbrush?

TriZone toothbrushes provide deep cleaning in three areas and reach all sides of the tooth: the surface of the tooth, the space between the teeth, and the back of the teeth. A TriZone toothbrush also allows you to use the same brushing motion that we are used to from manual brushing. Every minute, the brushes perform up to 8,800 movements and up to 40,000 pulsations.

Apply toothpaste – Wet the brush head and apply the toothpaste. To avoid splashing, apply the brush head to your teeth before turning the toothbrush on.

Interior – Apply the bristles of the toothbrush against the teeth so that they form a low angle with the edge of the gumline. Apply light pressure and begin brushing in small back and forth motions, as if using a manual toothbrush.

Exterior – Apply the bristles of the brush to the exterior of the teeth, again at a slight angle. Gently move back and forth.

Chewing surfaces – Finally, brush the chewing surfaces, always using small back and forth movements throughout the mouth.

How to clean the toothbrush?

  • Rinse the brush head under the tap after brushing, while it is running.
  • Turn it off and then clean the holder and the brush separately before storing them.