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What Differences There Are Between Toothbrushes


Posted on 12/13/2017 by Office Manager
Toothbrushes Anchorage Dental Associates AK 99503-2838
A toothbrush is one of the best gifts you can give for your teeth. A great toothbrush will not only give your teeth a brighter and healthier shine and color, it maintains the cleanliness of your mouth and freshness of your breath.

Regular brushing gives you great dental hygiene and also gives your teeth a much longer lifespan compared to those that are not brushed regularly.

While flossing and rinsing your mouth can help you maintain your dental hygiene, nothing beats using a good toothbrush. However, not all teeth are created equal. There are many kinds of toothbrushes available so that those with special circumstances.

The Kinds of Toothbrushes


There are two main kinds of toothbrushes, and these are the hard toothbrush and the soft toothbrush. Of course, there are also some toothbrushes that are powered by batteries or through electricity, but all of them would fall in a category that describes the bristles of a toothbrush, which can be either soft or hard.

Most dentists would recommend having a soft toothbrush, which is the kind of brushes you can easily find in the supermarket or pharmacy. These are the ones that are usually featured in commercials as well. Although classified as soft, they can take away plaque and clean your mouth with no problem at all.

There are also hard toothbrushes, which are actually slowly getting rarer and rarer to find these days. While soft toothbrushes are great for brushing, hard toothbrushes work best for scrubbing, specifically the upper portion of your mouth and your tongue.

You can also feel how much more powerful a hard toothbrush is over the softer one since you can feel your mouth is getting lighter. However, do note that excessive force is detrimental to your dental health, and moderation is the key.

If you have any questions about your dental health, drop by our clinic and talk to us. We will make sure that you will have great pearly whites to show to everybody.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (907) 885-3666 today.


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