There's not much evidence that electric toothbrushes are better than manual toothbrushes. In the case of the ones with timers, their biggest benefit is probably just getting you to brush as long as you should (two or three minutes). There is some evidence that electric toothbrushes that spin in both directions, like some made by Oral-B, are better than manual brushes. My dentist recommended a two-speed electric toothbrush. The faster speed is for your teeth, the slower speed is for your gums. You need to be gentle with your gums. If you use a manual toothbrush, go with a name brand toothbrush such as Crest or Oral-B. It's important that the bristles be rounded at their tips. You can't see this by eye. Go with soft bristles. Hard and medium bristles can cause irreversible damage to the gums, which is very bad for your teeth. They can lead to periodontal disease and receding gumlines. Replace your toothbrush every two or three months. Worn bristles clean about 30% less effectively. Moreover, worn bristles are better breeding grounds for bacteria.
Until the hair of the toothbrush is kind of messy,or even dirty:) Hopes this help:)
No. think about it this way when you use a nonelectronic toothbrush you are getting everywhere when you use an electronic one its just going in a circle and the speed isn't proper either
A pen a straw a toothbrush that u don't use
You should get a new toothbrush usually once every 3 months. In addition you should also make sure that germs and bacteria do not accumulate in the bristles of the toothbrush. Many people use a toothbrush sanitizer to keep their tooth brushes clean and free of germs and bacteria. It is worth investigating have a sanitizer, as well as having regular toothbrush replacement, in order to have the best oral hygiene.
depends where your using the electric toothbrush! ! :)
Wash your toothbrush and use it forever. A toothbrush has inadequate mass to consider it for efficient recycling.
An item used daily beginning with "T" is the all-important toothbrush. At least, one should use a toothbrush daily. Otherwise, you risk tooth decay.
a normal toothbrush like anyone else
It would not be likely to get gonorrhea from a toothbrush. You would need to use a toothbrush that was just used by a person with gonorrhea in the throat.
use a manual toothbrush. do not use this toothbrush to brush your teeth too!! use it only for your lips. get your toothbrush wet. dip it in a packet of sugar. brush your lips. do not put toothpaste on your lips, it will dry them out.
wow what kind of question is this??
i think it is a lever
If your cat likes to be petted roughly, then I suggest you should use a wire brush. If your pet likes to be petted gently I suggest use a brush that just haves like, soft hair. Kind of like on a toothbrush!
An electric toothbrush should have no adverse effect on your veneers. If your veneers come off, there is something wrong with either the veneer, the adhesive used to attach the veneer to the tooth, or the tooth itself.
Yes, it is safe to use electric toothbrush with braces. But manual toothbrushes will also work well with braces, the most important thing is how you use it, not what you use.
Some benefits of an ultrasonic toothbrush over a regular toothbrush include that you get a better clean because an automatic toothbrush such as the ultrasonic can average thousands of strokes per minute more than a regular toothbrush. Another advantage is that it is easier for people with arthritis to use an electric toothbrush over a regular one.
You should change out your toothbrushes at least every two or three months. I would not want to put a dirty toothbrush in my mouth.
A toothbrush should be replaced every 3 months. It should be replaced sooner if you get an infection or cold within the time you used it.
So your teeth could be clean all times..Cus what if we dint have a toothbrush??what would we use then..
I don't think any of us would know what he calls his toothbrush, because that would be kind of creepy if someone did.