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Use This Toothbrush – Your Dentist in Boiling Springs Explains Why

June 14, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_neslund @ 2:30 pm

white and blue electric toothbrushIn your quest for excellent oral health, any time you can find an edge, it’s a definite plus. One of the most logical places to start your journey is with your oral hygiene. As you examine your efforts, you wonder, “Is there a way to get more out of brushing my teeth and to prevent dental problems?” Your dentist in Boiling Springs says there is – by using an electric toothbrush. As you read on, you’ll discover why.

Why is the Electric Toothbrush Better?

For most people, their first encounter with brushing their teeth was with a manual toothbrush. Researchers and dentists have discovered, though, that to remove the most debris and bacteria from your teeth, the electric toothbrush is the best option. To get a better understanding of why this is so, let’s take a look at some of the areas where the greatest impact is felt.

Saving Time

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth for two minutes each session to properly remove leftover food particles and any plaque accumulation. Take note that these guidelines were set based on the use of a manual toothbrush.

When using the electric alternative, though, the time needed to brush is reduced greatly. That’s because the electric motor moves the bristles at a speed of 6,000 to 30,000 revolutions per minute. This is a welcomed advancement for many who may be dealing with the challenges of fitting more and more responsibilities into their schedules.

It’s Easy to Use!

Not only does the electric toothbrush save you time, it’s also much easier to use. Again, this is based on the motorized action of the bristles. This component allows people who may have disabilities or injuries to navigate the tight spaces in their mouth without difficulty.

A Thorough Cleaning

Although a motorized toothbrush is easier to use, it doesn’t compromise the quality of the cleaning that you’ll get. In fact, it greatly improves the results you can achieve because of its fast-moving bristles. The motion of the electric toothbrush ensures the following:

  • More of the tooth surface will be cleaned.
  • The pressure applied will be consistent.
  • Every part of your oral cavity can be addressed with ease.

Your oral hygiene serves as one of the best preventive methods available to you. Furthermore, it fights the greatest nemeses to your dental health – bacteria. Thus, anything that can enhance the quality of your oral cleanliness represents a victory.

To learn more about how you can improve your oral health and protect your teeth, reach out to your Boiling Springs dentist to schedule a visit today!

About the Author

Dr. Thomas Neslund earned his DMD degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. Additionally, he has studied extensively with the Seattle Institute for Advanced Dental Education, one of the leading institutions for dental care research and application. Dr. Neslund’s years of experience and willingness to continue learning provide patients at Carlisle Family & Cosmetic Dentistry with the absolute best care. He can be reached for more information through his website.

 

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Dr. Thomas P. Neslund

Dr. Thomas Neslund graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1986 with a BS in Natural Sciences and a minor in Economics. While attending IUP, Dr. Neslund played soccer 4 years for the Crimson Hawks. Receiving his DMD degree from the University Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 1990, Dr. Neslund took an interesting path to start his career. That year, he was commissioned in the US Public Service, Indian Health Service.

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