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Electric Toothbrushes

The health benefits of electric toothbrushes (also called plaque removers) are clear. Your teeth will feel better and your mouth will be healthy as a result of using an electric toothbrush. Some additional benefits of electric toothbrushes:

A Dentist Like Clean Feeling

Electric toothbrushes provide a deep down cleaning that you can simply not get with conventional toothbrushes. Your teeth will feel as fresh and clean as if you just visited your dentist.

A Dramatically Whiter Smile

Electric toothbrushes are far superior at removing tooth stains so that the underlying whiteness of your smile shines. Think of electric toothbrushes as "car washes" for your teeth. In the same way that a good car washing removes the dirt and grime on your car making it sparkle, electric toothbrushes remove stains and crud from your teeth making your smile shine. Conventional toothbrushes don't even come close.

Fresher Breath

Bad breath is a major social embarrassment. The problem starts with bacteria in our mouths.
Did you know that over 170 different types of bacteria live there? These bacteria feed on bits of food left on our teeth after meals. Feasting on these "leftovers", bacteria produce sulfur compounds (Volatile Sulfur Compounds -VSCs) which give breath its foul smell. These bacteria often hide in places where ordinary toothbrushes can not reach - between the teeth and under the gumline. Unlike ordinary toothbrushes, electric toothbrushes like the Braun OralB 3D Excel and Sonicare are able to reach and remove these bacteria, making your breath cleaner and fresher.

Protection of Teeth and Gums

Did you know that millions of people are actively ruining their smile? Their instrument of destruction -- the average household toothbrush! Brushing removes the plaque bacteria which constantly grows on our teeth. This plaque bacteria creates the volatile sulfur compounds responsible for bad breath as well as the dilute acid which eats into tooth enamel to create cavities.

Prevent Harmful Periodontal Disease

Gum disease is a progressive process that begins with poor oral health and ends with complete destruction of teeth, gums, and supporting structures in the mouth. Untreated, gum disease can even cause heart attack, stroke, and premature birth as a result of the bacteria in our mouths gaining access to our circulatory system.

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