Why Everyone Should Own a Sonicare Toothbrush

Manual Vs Electric

Manual Vs Electric

Maintaining a daily oral hygiene routine plays a critical part when taking care of yourself.  However, many people suffer when making this a priority, but even with a busy lifestyle gum disease is a serious threat and must be avoided. Not only does it affect your gums and teeth, it’s also been proved to be linked to heart disease and diabetes. By investing into a Sonicare toothbrush you are taking the first steps in maintaining healthy teeth and gums.

There are many advantages to Sonicare toothbrushes. Not only does it remove those coffee, teas, and tobacco stains but it actually helps in teeth whitening over time. Sonicare toothbrushes stimulate salvia for those who suffer dry mouth and massage the gums to increase blood circulation. Sonicare toothbrushes produce up to 30,000 brush stokes per minute when a manual toothbrush produces only up to 300 stokes per minute. Beyond just conventional tooth scrubbing, it creates a secondary action that helps to disrupt dental plaque beyond where the tips of your bristles touch the tooth.  Dental cavities are formed from bacteria on the pits and fissures of your teeth and a manual toothbrush cannot reach.

Our Marietta Dentists, Kirk Kimmerling DDS, Suzanna Aguilera DMD, and Garrick McGrath DMD invite you to learn more about the benefits of a sonicare toothbrush. We highly recommend this valuable tool to ensure your oral health. Please contact our dental office at 770-423-4900 to schedule an appointment.

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