While the teeth is considered to be among the toughest parts of the body, they are just as vulnerable to diseases when not given adequate care. Not brushing at least twice a day, and not visiting the dentist for cleanup at least once a year, may lead to irreversible dental issues.
Fortunately, modern technology has made it easier for people to practice proper oral care. For example, an electric toothbrush serves a similar purpose as the traditional toothbrush—to brush away foodstuff and other elements that may lead to decay—but does it better. One of the most apparent perks of this modern device is speed, being able to brush on the teeth’s surface much faster than human hands. Considering that pressure increases with speed, faster brushing eliminates more decay-causing materials from the teeth, including plaques and stains.
One major issue with manual brushing is the difficulty to reach several crucial parts of the oral cavity, such as the spaces between the teeth and near the gums. Hence, it’s easier for bacteria to thrive in these regions and start the decay process. Electric toothbrushes are designed to access these areas to eliminate as much bacteria as possible.
With cleaning capability boosted, electric toothbrushes don’t only ensure cleaner, whiter teeth, but also a fresher breath. Teeth that are free from plaques and decay do not spew foul odor that makes a person’s breath unpleasant, thereby boosting his confidence as well.