Electric toothbrushes, enabled with advanced technology, help in 10X more effective cleaning. Perfora electric toothbrush is designed to provide better cleaning and an elevated oral care experience.
The science behind brushing
Did you know an intriguing fact, that close to 37% of the people you meet tend to notice your smile in the first place?
And this is why your oral health is extremely important for a healthy personal and social life. Dentists around the globe recommend the “2x2 rule”. The rule is to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time. They also recommend using a toothpaste with a remineralisation agent i.e. hydroxyapatite or fluoride. This will reduce the demineralisation and enhance the rate of remineralisation in your teeth. In addition, it also washes away the dental plaque deposited on your teeth.
In most cases, it is the plaque that complicates oral health by causing cavities and weakening gums and teeth. There are multitudes of brands that offer oral care products like toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, mouthwashes, etc.
However, making the right choice can have a huge difference. The perfect dental products clean up your teeth while causing very little damage to your teeth and gums.
Difference between a manual and electric toothbrush
The ultimate goal of brushing is to clean teeth, remove food deposits and plaque. Both manual and electric toothbrushes do this task. However, electric toothbrushes, enabled with advanced technology, are always a step ahead.
People who regularly use electric toothbrushes had their teeth’s plaque levels reduced by 21% in just 3 months. The built-in timer and sensor make these brushes easy to use. Also, electric toothbrushes work in vibrating or sonicating or oscillating movements. Some of the electric toothbrushes have really soft bristles to support these movements. This removes deposits efficiently while being soft on your gums. There is a higher probability that your gums might bleed when working with a manual toothbrush.
Another advantage of an electric toothbrush is for people whose body’s mobility is limited. For example, people suffering from arthritis or other developmental disabilities. Electric toothbrushes are also a good choice for kids, as it helps in developing the right brushing techniques and is also fun brushing. For people with orthodontic implants and sensitive teeth, cleaning teeth is a humongous task. Electric toothbrushes are beneficial for such people. However, pricing and accessibility are considered to be major factors that make electric toothbrushes less preferable.
More Environment Friendly!
From a sustainability perspective, an electric toothbrush is relatively environment friendly as one has to only replace the toothbrush head after every 3 months whereas in a manual toothbrush, one has to dump the entire toothbrush. This implies, with an electric toothbrush, we end up reducing around 70% of the potential waste.
Different types of electric toothbrush!
Power toothbrushes, or electric toothbrushes as they are popularly known, can be categorised based on the motion in which they clean and also based on the power source. Battery-powered toothbrushes are relatively more cost effective compared to rechargeable electric toothbrushes. Consumers are looking to switch from a manual toothbrush, usually preferring battery toothbrushes.
The criss-cross bristles, with handling grips, elevates your oral care experience. The other category is rechargeable electric toothbrushes also come with several similar options.
Depending upon your teeth’s sensitivity and requirements, one can select a toothbrush of their preference. The in-built automated timer and multiple brush head options make sure that you get the best teeth cleaning. Electric toothbrushes can also be further classified based on their cleaning action. The motion could be oscillating or vibrating or sonicating. Oscillating also known as rotating motions work in a back and forth pattern. Sonicating brushes on the other hand work at a much faster pace. This could be anywhere between 15,000 to 30,000 vibrations per minute. This is why sonicating toothbrushes are more preferred by electric brush lovers these days.
What do dentists recommend
When you visit a pharmacy or a supermarket looking out for a toothbrush, you might end up with a lot of choices. But a dentist can rightly recommend what your teeth need. Dentists at the American Dental Association recommend the general public to choose soft bristles toothbrushes over hard ones. They also recommend electric toothbrushes, angled bristles and multi-layered bristles for holistic cleaning. The best part is that most electric toothbrushes come with soft bristles. They are hard on dirt and soft on your gums. Hard bristled toothbrushes can damage the enamel in your teeth. Sometimes, applying extra pressure during manual brushing could also inflict similar problems.
What is special about Perfora Truthbrush?
Perfora electric truthbrush is designed to elevate the everyday brushing experience. It functions on sonic technology and comes enabled with an automated 2 minute timer and 30 second quad interval feature. This toothbrush has super soft charcoal infused food grade bristles for effective cleaning. There are no charging hassles as it has a 90 days battery life and is IPX7 certified. Unlike other electric toothbrushes like Oral B, Philips Sonicare, Colgate Pro Clinical, etc., Perfora toothbrush has a sleek and ergonomic design that makes it convenient to use an electric toothbrush. In addition, one can replace the electric toothbrush heads after 3 every months.