Dentists around the world recommend using a new generation of toothbrushes, because they really do a better job than their manual counterparts. And also, a lot of recommendations give children's dentists, because the use of more professional toothbrushes from childhood, allows to maintain a healthy tooth enamel in adulthood.
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What do you think Dale Carnegie thought was the key to success in business? That's right, the ability to smile at your co-workers and potential clients. But what if instead of a white, crystal-clear smile, others will only see cavities and plaque on your teeth. To avoid this scenario, dentists recommend brushing your teeth twice a day, morning and evening. Also, bad teeth may indicate internal diseases, which, if preventive dental care is provided, can be prevented in the initial stages.
Modern technology makes brushing more comfortable and productive than ever before. Today there are different types of toothbrushes in addition to manual ones, such as: electric, sound, ultrasonic, ionic.
Regular electric toothbrushes are the cheapest of this segment on the market. The average electric toothbrush can vibrate up to 18,000 vibrations per minute, runs on AAA batteries and has a lifespan of up to 3 months due to non-replaceable brush heads.
Sonic toothbrushes are brushes whose bristles vibrate at an average rate of 20,000 a minute. Actually, sonic brushes are called by convention, comparing the vibrations of the bristles with the vibrations of sound waves.
Ultrasound toothbrushes by its name owes its ability to perform the vibrations of the bristles up to 100 thousand vibrations per minute. Ultrasonic toothbrushes though more expensive than sonic or conventional electric, but can please with wide functionality and high quality, because they are manufactured for the long term.
Ionic toothbrushes are devices whose principle of action is based on the release of negatively charged ions from special rods. When the negative ions fall into the saliva they disinfect the oral cavity, allowing a beneficial effect on hard to reach areas in the mouth without even touching them with the bristles.
Dentists around the world recommend using a new generation of toothbrushes, because they really do a better job than their manual counterparts. And also, a lot of recommendations give children's dentists, because the use of more professional toothbrushes from childhood, allows you to maintain a healthy tooth enamel in adulthood.
So what tool to choose for yourself and your loved ones, out of the huge range on the market now? To answer this question, let's get acquainted in detail with the existing popular models.
CS Medica CS-465-W electric toothbrush.
Guided by the principle from simple to complex, let's start our analysis with the consideration of CS Medica electric toothbrushes called CS-465-W and CS-465-M.
CS Medica CS-465-W and CS-465-M Electric Toothbrushes have reciprocating technology to effectively clean, strengthen enamel and promote overall oral health. The head of these electric brushes rotates at a speed of 18,000 vibrations per minute but unfortunately CS-465-W and CS-465-M have only one mode of operation. The brushes are powered by AAA batteries and can last up to 150 days without replacement. CS Medica CS-465-W and CS-465-M Electric Toothbrushes weigh only 132 grams each, their design is quite simple but is emphasized by the bright red or blue color of the plastic body. The manufacturer guarantees two years of operation for the CS-465-W, CS-465-M if all rules of operation are followed. CS Medica CS-465-W and CS-465-M Electric Toothbrushes have an expert opinion stating that the products meet sanitary and hygienic requirements approved by the Customs Union Commission.