Electric Toothbrushes: 4 Reasons To Try One

What’s that? You have never tried an electric toothbrush before? Well, if that’s the case, now is certainly as good a time as any to get going with testing out the waters. Not sure you feel you have a good reason to try one? Feel like you might require some motivation? That part is easy! We can quickly share four reasons it’s most certainly a good decision to change up this part of your dental hygiene practice if you feel interested.

Reason #1: You’ve Never Used One Before

Plain and simple: If you have not used an electric toothbrush before, you might really like it and wish you’d tried one sooner. Sheer curiosity and the potential for a wonderful experience are wonderful reasons to give it a try.

Reason #2: You’re Brushing Too Hard

If you have been told (probably by us) that you need to stop brushing so hard, then it’s to your advantage to use an electric toothbrush. Since you’re not going to have to do anything but move the brush along your smile, it becomes much, much easier to ease up on otherwise too-vigorous dental hygiene.

Reason #3: You’re Having Arm Or Joint Issues

Anything that makes moving your brush back and forth difficult during dental hygiene can make the task of brushing very challenging and often uncomfortable. Any type of limitations that you’re experiencing are a fantastic reason to try electric. This will most certainly make your time brushing much easier.

Reason #4: You’re Not Getting Your Smile Very Clean

If you aren’t getting all of the plaque off of your teeth when you brush, you feel that you could really do a better job, but even your best isn’t paying off, then try an electric toothbrush. It can make a big impact.

Ask Us About Dental Hygiene Options

When you’re visiting us for your dental checkups and cleanings, remember that we are also here to answer your questions about your smile care when you’re in the comfort of your own home. Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.