AEEM Guide Electric Toothbrushes
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For good dental hygiene and a bright smile, more people are using electric toothbrushes instead of manually brushing. With the wide variety of electric toothbrushes available today, it can be hard to decide which one to purchase. Here are some features to consider when buying an electric toothbrush:
  • A battery status indicator showing when batteries are weak since brushing with weak batteries is usually less effective
  • Rechargeable toothbrushes to eliminate replacing batteries. Buy a wall-mounted model if the charging unit takes too much space on the counter.
  • Adjustable power levels and a slow start-up speed to eliminate possible problems for those with sensitive teeth/gums
  • A variety of brushes so you can select the toothbrush you want such as a wide brush to clean both teeth and gums at the same time, or how hard or soft you want the bristles to be.
  • Changeable brush heads. Look for brushes with a color identifying system if the unit is to be used by more than one person.
  • Models that beep after 2 minutes (some beep after 30 seconds so you clean each quadrant of your mouth equally) to help brush the recommended length of time. Equally helpful are those models that stop after 2 minutes of operation so you donít over brush your teeth.
  • Sonic toothbrushes, which operate at higher speeds than non-sonic brushes, are purported to do a better job of cleaning and removing plaque.
Additional features to consider are
  • A water dispensing system to help clean gums and around braces
  • A built in toothpaste dispenser system for a constant supply of toothpaste
  • A traveling case to protect the toothbrush when you go on trips

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