Walk down the dental health aisle of any major supermarket or pharmacy, and you are faced with seemingly endless choices of toothbrushes to choose from. Choosing a toothbrush should not be a difficult task, but the abundance of so many types, offered at a wide range of prices, makes the choice confusing, and many consumers wind up choosing a toothbrush that might not necessarily be the most beneficial for their mouth and gums.
Regardless of which toothbrush you ultimately choose, the most important factor is that you use it 2-3 times a day for at least 2-3 minutes each time. Proper use of your toothbrush will ensure maximum plaque removal.
You may want to consult with us for a recommendation of what type of toothbrush might work best for you. We can easily and happily help you in choosing a toothbrush, and also help you decide between mechanical and manual toothbrushes. Both have their particular advantages, and many new models of mechanical toothbrushes offer additional features that benefit your oral health and make brushing easier.