Are you getting bored with brushing your teeth? It may be time to upgrade your brushing game! Brushing your teeth doesn’t have to be boring! With loads of amazing features, electric toothbrushes can make your brushing a lot more fun! Here’s why we’re big fans of electric toothbrushes.

Better Cleaning

If you’re looking for a reason to upgrade your brushing, your dental health is just about the best one there is. Studies show that electric toothbrushes can remove plaque 21% better than manual toothbrushes.

Better Habits

Electric toothbrushes can do more than clean better, they can also help support good brushing habits. Features like built-in timers and integrated brushing apps that connect with your smartphone and can help remind you to brush thoroughly so that you clean every surface of your teeth.

Better Technique

Not only do the special features on electric toothbrushes help with your brushing habits, they can also help to improve your brushing technique.

Many electric toothbrushes now come with standard features like pressure sensors that pause the toothbrush to let you know if you’re brushing too hard and smartphone apps to give you real-time tips and feedback on your brushing technique.

Better Experience

Brushing doesn’t have to be a chore. In fact, it can turn into something fun when you have the right tools. Many brushing apps include games that can be played by all ages to help transform your brushing routine into something you look forward to each day.

Electric toothbrushes can also be helpful for people with mobility or cognitive differences that might make using a manual toothbrush more difficult.

Better Results

Of course, the most important reason to upgrade your brushing is for the health of your smile. Scientists have found that users of electric toothbrushes tend to have healthier gums, less cavities, and keep their natural teeth for longer than users of manual toothbrushes. We can’t think of a better reason than one that keeps your smile bright, healthy, and strong!

Call our Beaumont Dental Office to make an appointment with a dentist who may be able to help you find out more about this topic, and improve your oral health.