Why use a spin-brush when a regular toothbrush is more affordable?

Updated: Oct 7, 2019

Which TOOTHBRUSH IS THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU? Have you ever wondered which toothbrush is the right toothbrush for you? Why after brushing your teeth so much , you still end up having cavities or very sensitive teeth?

You were told by your Dental Hygienist or Dentist to use a soft toothbrush instead of a hard or medium but you still feel sticky stuff all over your teeth and they don't feel nice, smooth and clean after you brush with a soft toothbrush.

The hard or medium bristled toothbrush does an undeniably fantastic job at erasing plaque, food debris, gum, bone and enamel from the surfaces of your teeth so much that the dentin becomes exposed and the teeth are now sensitive to hot or cold temperatures.

Not to mention how long the teeth start to look when smiling exposing two or three different shades of yellow or brown teeth in the mouth where bleaching won't help.

Additionally brushing the teeth with a hard toothbrush with strokes in a horizontal direction so hard until the head is moving is a sure way to damage gum tissue in no time.

Now that is why it is important to listen to the Dental Hygienist and the Dentist. Who likes to feel pain or discomfort when brushing? A nice full-head soft toothbrush massages the gum, cleanse the teeth beautifully and removes only the unwanted parasites.

Whenever the manual dexterity becomes compromised, it is very important to make the necessary adjustments to your oral care techniques to maintain good oral health.