review : VAKKER Sonic Toothbrush Head Black- Electric Toothbrush Replacement Heads, Healthy Cleaning and Whitening, Removes Plaque and Tartar In Mouth, 4 heads.
- REMOVE PLAQUE AND PREVENT TARTAR BUILDUP: Our lightweight replacement toothbrush heads efficiently remove plaque and reach deep between your teeth.
- FOUR DIFFERENT BRUSH HEADS: We offer 4 different colors which include electric blue, emerald green, daffodil yellow, and light lavender.
- IMPROVES ORAL HYGIENE: Improves gum health dramatically for a fresher, brighter smile.
- WHITENS TEETH DRAMATICALLY: Our replacement toothbrush heads help clean the teeth, an help with removal of stained teeth, which leaves a whitening effect.
- 100% SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK GUARANTEED: Our customers matter the most to us, which is why we offer 100 % money back. If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, we will issue you a full refund and/or send you a new set of replacement toothbrush heads.
How to use an electric toothbrush
Believe it or not, many school-age children love to brush their teeth. We can thank the invention of electric toothbrushes for this happy event. Rechargeable brushes are easy to use (it’s part of their success); And even if they are more expensive than manual toothbrushes, the investment can be worth it if it is used more frequently by your children (or yourself).
Most electric toothbrushes do 5,000 to 30,000 strokes per minute, so, they take a less time and do more thorough tooth cleaning. Some refillable toothbrushes are even more powerful. To brush your teeth with an electric toothbrush, just put toothpaste on the head and hold it at a 45-degree angle, just like a manual toothbrush. Then turn it on and run it through all your teeth. The smaller heads of most electric toothbrushes tend to brush tooth by tooth, although it depends on the size of your teeth.
Guide the electric toothbrush across the front, back and chewing surfaces of each tooth. How to brush your teeth correctly not only depends on using an electric toothbrush, but you must brush for two minutes to ensure that you have passed through all surfaces. When you’re done, rinse the head with water and allow it to dry.
How to choose an electric toothbrush
Better a watery toothbrush than a battery-powered one.
One of the first doubts when buying an electric toothbrush is whether to choose to buy a battery-powered toothbrush or one that has a rechargeable battery.
Although battery powered electric toothbrushes are more economical, as the batteries run down the brush loses power and thus, brushing efficiency.
On the contrary, in the case of electric brushes with a rechargeable battery this does not happen since they have a system that alerts the user that it is necessary to recharge the battery, stopping in the event there is not enough energy for optimal brushing.
Not to mention how uncomfortable, and annoying it is to continually change the batteries versus the convenience of recharging the brush once, it shows the low battery warning.
So, it’s always best to buy an electric toothbrush with a rechargeable battery over a battery- powered one.
Pay close attention in brushing technology
As we have previously mentioned, in the market we can find electric toothbrushes that use different brushing technologies, depending on the type of movement of the head they perform.
Basically we can, based on these movements, distinguish two major types of electric toothbrushes.
Electric toothbrushes that perform rotational and oscillating movements, also known as 2D technology toothbrushes.
Electric toothbrushes with 3D technology, so-called because they add one more type of movement to the oscillating and rotational, the pulsating.
In other words, these brushes exert a gentle pressure “hitting or pressing,” hence their name, repetitively on the tooth surface, managing to eliminate practically 100% of the bacterial plaque.
Advantages of electric toothbrush
When asked if an electric toothbrush is more effective than a manual toothbrush, the answer is ambivalent: it depends on which electric toothbrush we use and also how do we use it.
In fact, what matters most when brushing your teeth is how do we do it and not so much the object with which we do it. An exhaustive manual brushing with good technique is better for our mouth than a carelessly used electric toothbrush.
The basic brushing technique consists, first, of incising the upper part of each tooth, and then making movements of the gum downwards in the maxilla and of the gum upwards in the jaw, to brush the teeth, and gums. , tilting the brush 45º from the tooth. You always have to follow a precise route, so as not to forget any corner of the mouth and any teeth. With these tips, we will obtain good oral hygiene with both manual and electric brushes.
Another advantage of electric toothbrushes comes from the misuse of the manual toothbrush : we tend to put too much pressure on brushing, which weakens the enamel and injures the gums, something that is much more rare with an electric toothbrush: the bristles of an electric toothbrush They tend to be softer and their continuous rotation prevents, by repulsion, that we manage to exert so much pressure.
Because the electric toothbrush does all the work, it is especially suitable for the elderly, disabled and children. It is also ideal solution for people who have arthritis with pain, who have difficulty raising their arm for two minutes or for those who have other physical disabilities.