thesingingnurse.com I was curious as to the effectiveness of power toothbrushes so I decided to inquire and try one. I purchased an Oral B battery powered one for 6.99 which has the Cross Action. Ive decided as a newbie this was a good place to start. Ive used it for a week or so and still adjusting to the extra drool that is running down on to my hand. Maybe the positive experience is making me brush longer so more is accumulating. I remember working with a quadriplegic patient who was quite satisfied with his power toothbrush. He had great teeth and flossed regularly as well. We were reminded often to turn the brush off before removing it from his mouth, as you have guessed, to prevent the shower that was sure to occur. During my inquiry, two power brushes seem to stand above all others, the Sonicare and the Braun. The Sonicare is made by Philips while the Braun is made by Oral B. One of the reasons I have learned that the electric brushes are effective is because most people will brush longer with an electric toothbrush. It is recommended that we brush for 2 minutes. Studies have shown manual brushers tend to brush less than 2 minutes. Dr. Neda who is a periodontist, prefers the sonicare power toothbrush because it makes her teeth feel clean. She feels that the battery operated toothbrush I purchased would be equal to a manual toothbrush. Lee, office manager for Dr. Lomangino and Dr. Soltis office preferred the Sonicare over the Braun, but felt the Braun was a better …
Dr. Catrise Austin of VIP Smiles attended the Greater New York Dental Meeting, the largest dental expo in the USA to learn what’s New and HOT in the field of dentistry. In this video, Dr. Austin stops the Sonicare booth to learn about their newest product on the market….The Sonicare Flexcare Electric Toothbrush with the UV Brush Head Sanitizer. Find out what makes this electric toothbrush special and why you should consider this product for you and your family for optimum dental home care between professional dental visits every 6 months! For more information about Sonicare Flexcare visit www.sonicareflexcare.org. For more information about Dr. Catrise Austin visit www.vipsmiles.com or call 212-262-6054.
Operate an electric toothbrush by brushing the front, back and top part of the teeth in a circular motion, and by angling the bristles upward to clean the gums. Brush teeth using an electric toothbrush to remove unwanted plaque and debris with help from a licensed dental assistant in this free video series on the dental profession. Expert: Michelle McPhail Contact: www.MySolutionz.com Bio: Michelle McPhail has been a licensed dental assistant for seven years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
While electric toothbrushes and regular toothbrushes have similar success rates, electric toothbrushes are found to be used more often and increase the removal of tartar. Buy an electric toothbrush based on preferred features with information from a dentist in this free video on dental health and tooth care.