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Are battery powered toothbrushes better than a regular toothbrush?

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Battery powered toothbrushes definitely have their advantages: easy to use and fun to use equals brushing your teeth more often and longer. Power brushes create the ideal movement of the brush. Technically, you can get the same job done with a regular toothbrush? if you have normal hand dexterity.
If you view brushing your teeth with a regular tooth brush as a chore, try a good battery powered brush and it may renew the experience and really improve your oral hygiene.


3 Responses to Are battery powered toothbrushes better than a regular toothbrush?

  1. Joseph La Grasta

    Sonic,ultrasonic,double head rotary brushes,battery operated,electric toothbrushes,80,000 pulses x minute and all the mambo jambo that goes along with it,my question is for the price you pay for the toothbrush and spare heads,what are the end results compared to manual toothbrushes,and bearing in mind that every six months you have to pay a hefty charge to dentists for descaling procedure,where the convenience lies? Would appreciate a sincere and honest reply.Thanks and happy new year.

  2. Dr Hansen

    I was also slow to convert to a power tooth brush, and boy was I wrong! After the very first use I was hooked. It was so much better! Typically, the more expensive brushes are better, but the big jump is just getting off of the manual toothbrush and into a basic power brush. Get a rechargeable one. It will drastically improve your home care! Thanks Dr Hansen

  3. Joseph La Grasta

    Hi Dr Hansen l appreciate you taking the time to reply to my question,unfortunately your reply is a bit vague,l’ve been using battery brushes and dental flossing for the past twenty five years,nonetheless l still have to go to the dentist every six month for descaling,my question is a direct one sonic battery operated with rotary heads toothbrushes,are capable to remove scale forming in the teeth?l forgot to mention that l use mouth washes too. Kind regards,La Grasta

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