Best Rated Electrical Toothbrushes 2014
So why should you consider purchasing one of the Best Rated Electrical Toothbrushes of 2014, well let me briefly explain!
Before I produced this page, I was actually in need of a new brush, so after browsing the many offers online, visiting my local store, as well as talking too my Dentist, I succumbed to the purchase of my Philips Sonicare HX9332/05 DiamondClean, and have no regrets!
Everyone knows that brushing your teeth is essential for good oral health. It prevents tooth decay and gum diseases, which is the largest cause for loss of teeth with adults, getting one of these Electrical Toothbrushes will help you along in preventing such problems.
Everyone hates bad breath and love to see nice gleaming white teeth, use one of these and say goodby to bad breath and increase your oral health overall.
Attention: This page contains information from various sources, personal opinions and thoughts, in all cases, you should consult your Dentist for all dental issues and or concerns and not rely on information contained within.
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Philips Sonicare HX9332/05
This is the best power toothbrush, and it comes in a nice package, the travel case actually has a USB port that enables you to charge the toothbrush from your computer, alternatively you can simple use the glass that comes with a charging base and all you do for a charge is simply drop it in, a fully charged brush will last for approx 3 weeks of regular use.
Comes with two brush heads and five different modes of which is illuminated on the handle allowing you to easily see which one you are using, the five modes are Clean - White - Polish - Gum Care and Sensitive. truly a nice electrical brush at a very nice price, and since I travel a lot and my present brush is outdated and failing, I opted to secure one of these guy's, use it daily and loving it.
A pretty outstanding electrical brush delivered by Philips. It's reported to be capable of moving 100% more plaque than any manual toothbrush and provide healthier gums within two weeks of brushing, with whiter looking teeth in only one week! Comes with a dual charging system which includesa usb travel case. A very nice brush at a very nice price.
My Philips Sonicare
Philips Sonicare FlexCare Plus Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush - Another Great Electrical Toothbrush
The Philips Sonicare FlexCare Plus has powerful technology that can clean your teeth with around 31,000 movements per minute, which means that you get toothpaste into those tight spaces between teeth which gives you cleaner. fresher and healthier mouth and all with any one of five brushing selections.
1. The clean mode for entire mouth cleaning.
2, The refresh mode for quick cleaning.
3. A sensitive mode for a more gentle use for those with sensitive teeth.
4. A gum care mode that will give you exactly two minutes of whole mouth cleaning with an additional minute of a more gentle brushing motion for those with sensitive gums, and;
5. A massage mode which helps with improvement of gum health by stimulating them and driving toothpaste between teeth!
All with illuminated indication to ensure you are in the right mode.
This electrical toothbrush has been clinically proven to help with improvement of your gums!
What's in the package;
A standard ProResults brush head
A compact ProResults brush head
Three color-code rings
Your UV sanitizer
A travel charger with two travel caps and travel case.
So how should you brush your teeth? - What's the "Scope" on Brushing your Teeth!
Firstly and after investigating, believe it or not! you do not need toothpaste for brushing your teeth!
"What" It is said by a leading Dentist that toothpaste is not even helpful when brushing your teeth and that it's all in the action of the brush and the way you handle it, it's the force of the brushing of the teeth that gets rid of the bacteria, granted we all like to have that nice fresh taste in our mouths, but, in reality you can do without the toothpaste, just make sure you are receiving some fluoride from a source if you cut out the toothpaste, as this is the only valued substance within any toothpaste, and good luck explaining that to the little ones ;)
- Make sure you always have on hand a good Toothbrush - The electric toothbrush is far more valuable than the regular manual toothbrush as it uses sonic waves and there is no requirement to press the brush hard against your teeth as you would with the manual. If you continue to use a manual toothbrush ensure you replace it regularly as the bristles do wear out over a period of time.
- Brushing of your teeth should take a minimum of Two (2) minutes. Adults are the worst offenders for this!
- You should brush your teeth at least once per day and probably the best time to do this is at night before retiring, however, as per adverts and Dentists advice, err on the side of hygiene and brush at least twice a day.
- It does not matter how hard you brush you will never remove all of the bacteria that is in your mouth, however, the more you brush the less bacteria that will linger.
- All about brushing:
1. Rinse your brush under water, apply a nice suitable amount of toothpaste
2. Brush your teeth in a vertical or circular motion.
3. Take your time, concentrate on a few teeth at one time working you way around your mouth ensuring you cover all areas.
4. Make sure you hit the molars, top and bottom, left and right.
5. Don't forget the inner surface, dentists comment on how we tend to forget the inside of the lower front teeth.
6. Gently brush the tongue, bacteria does linger there and it can help stop bad breath.
7. Rinsing after brushing: Your call! This is a topic of conversation in regards to the benefits of doing so, personally I normally give a small rinse yet have been known not too, each to their own.
- Even if you have such an awesome toothbrush as I do! make sure you floss in between your teeth, this will help in the prevention of cavities, problems with the gums as well as other issues.
- And Finally: When you have finished brushing give the brush a good rinse and make sure you leave it standing upright so it will be nice and dry for your next use.
Coming from the U.K. we tend not to floss as much as the U.S. if in fact we do at all. Regular visits to my dentist highlighted this fact and the flossing commenced, always nice to get an in-depth clean in between your teeth, now since the purchase of my Sonicare, and although flossing is always recommended, I am seeing that the brush does a nice enough job for me, more savings ;)
Going on a Trip?
Make sure you take the following with you:
1. Your Toothbrush
2. Preferred toothpaste
3. Some floss
4. Mouthwash if used
Oral-B Professional Healthy Clean Precision 1000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush - Best Rated Electrical Toothbrushes 2014
Why do most people prefer Oral-B as opposed to other brands? well in short their technology ensures your teeth gets the best possible clean and they are the number one brand recommended by Dentists worldwide.
What's in the pack; To start with your getting a two year limited warranty, a nice small charging station and one brush head. It has an in handle brush timer and a sensor that stops pulsating if you are brushing too hard. The battery is good for up to seven days when brushing twice a day for 2 minutes and comes with a battery indicator.
Some Good Dental Tips - Feel Better, Taste Better, Look Better.
- If you drink soda, beer, wine or fruit juices, refrain from brushing your teeth for around 60 minutes as these types of beverages leave residual acids on your teeth and brushing them immediately afterwards can damage the enamel.
- An old wife's tale is to brush once in the morning, after every meal, and immediately before retiring for the night. Be aware, over-brushing is not good
- Make sure you visit your dentist regularly, my Dentist normally calls or sends reminders and a rule of thumb is to visit around once every six months for a good old check-up.
- If your a tea and coffee drinker like me, best brush after drinking a few of them as these beverages over a period of time tend to stain the teeth.
- Normally we are considered creatures of habit, and this can also be said when brushing our teeth, change it up, start in a different area of the mouth each time and avoid continually missing areas.
- Bleeding Gums? You may have inflamed gums or as the Dentists say "Gingivitis", Don't stop brushing, revert to a softer toothbrush and make an appointment with your Dentist for some dental care, love and attention.
- Want whiter teeth - try a little baking soda now and again.
- No matter how closely related you are to anyone, never use another toothbrush, germs will be transferred from one to another.