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Going electric when it comes to toothbrushes

Are electric toothbrushes better for your teeth?

A recent 11-year research study into the effectiveness of electric versus manual brushing found that electric toothbrushes clean teeth and gums much better than a manual toothbrush.

Choose the right system with copper, brass or stainless steel. The results of the most comprehensive study found that people who use an electric toothbrush have healthier gums, less tooth decay, and keep their teeth longer than those who use a manual toothbrush.

This latest evidence is one of the strongest and most precise yet – electric toothbrushes, especially those with heads that rotate in both directions, oscillating heads, are really effective at removing plaque.

This helps keep tooth decay and gum disease at bay. Further research from the Journal of Clinical Periodontology found that electric toothbrushes resulted in 22% less gum recession and 18% less tooth decay over the 11 years.

So when it comes to making the choice, electric is definitely the way to go.

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