Electric Toothbrush Buying Tips
If you ever find yourself in the market for a great Electric Toothbrush, it never hurts to have a list of criteria to compare against. This list is a nice starting point to help you turn your search for the Best Electric Toothbrush into an Electric Smile.
- Choose a Rotation Oscillation action toothbrush to obtain best results
- A solid vigorous bristle motion will work the best.
- Soft bristles to the best job of getting into all of the crevices for a more thorough brushing.
3. Handle Size
- Don’t get an electric toothbrush that is too heavy, or you will grow tired of using it.
- The right size handle provides for a grip to keep you from dropping the toothbrush, or to maintain hand muscle comfort to allow for longer periods of brushing.
- Don’t break the bank paying for features that won’t improve your experience.
5. Expert Opinions
- Look for Recommendations from Dentists. They see firsthand which patients get the best results.
- Peruse Negative User Reviews to look for deal breaker problems.
- Look for product reviews to find features that mean the most to you.
6. Environmental Concerns
- Be eco-friendly by verifying that when you are done with your electric toothbrush (after several years), that disposal is easy and doesn’t pollute the landfills (look for government recycling services).
- Find out how long the small electric toothbrush heads last. Regular toothbrushes should consume a lot more land fill space then these small electric toothbrush bristle heads.
- An electric toothbrush that is too harsh on your teeth could cause tooth sensitivity.
- Look for Electrical Certification or compliance to OSHA standards. After all, you will be using this electrical appliance around running water
- Avoid toothbrush heads that vibrate violently. Too strong of a movement can chip a tooth. Yet another reason to look for heads that rotate.
8. Power Source and Charging
- Look for a low voltage toothbrush. Lately inductive charging (cordless) is the latest fad. But, there are drawbacks such as slow charging, inoperable which charging, and higher costs.
- Look for an electric toothbrush with a long lasting rechargeable battery.
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