Sonic Toothbrush

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Many people rely on the power of an electric toothbrush to clean their teeth. The selection of models is now huge. So also the sonic toothbrushes.

The difference to the normal electric toothbrush lies in the movement frequency and the direction of the brush head. While the brush head rotates with electric toothbrushes, it vibrates with sonic toothbrushes. The frequency is much higher. Instead of the ordinary electric motor, a sonic toothbrush has an electric sound transducer that oscillates the head at a frequency of about 250 to 300 hertz; At frequencies of over 300 Hertz one speaks colloquially of ultrasonic toothbrushes. The shape of the brush head is usually oval.

The advantages of a sonic toothbrush compared to a normal electric toothbrush, the difference to the ultrasonic toothbrush and how to choose the right toothpaste, we have put together here for you.

What is the advantage of a sonic toothbrush compared to a normal electric toothbrush?

When buying many consumers ask, whether it pays to pay the surcharge for a sonic toothbrush. Comparisons have shown that a sonic toothbrush cleans the teeth much better than electric toothbrushes and of course also as manual toothbrushes. After just a few weeks, you can see a whitening of the teeth.

The vibrations produce a hydrodynamic effect and spread the toothpaste better in the mouth. All teeth are reached all around. The interdental spaces are also effectively cleaned. The sonic technique also prevents the formation of plaque and periodontitis, colloquially known as paradontosis before. The risk of injuring your gums is reduced. Overall, the sonic toothbrush is thus gentler and suitable for all teeth - even for very sensitive.


What differentiates sonic and ultrasonic toothbrushes?

For many not quite clear yet is the difference between sonic and ultrasonic toothbrushes.

The two models differ on the one hand in the frequency of the brush head movements. While sonic toothbrushes start with about 250 to 300 hertz, with ultrasonic toothbrushes it is over 300 hertz. In addition, the cleaning by bristles away: The teeth are cleaned by means of ultrasound. This is again much gentler on teeth and gums and therefore very suitable for those who often have problems with bleeding gums and painful teeth.

To use an ultrasonic toothbrush you need a special toothpaste, which produces bubbles through the ultrasound produced in the handpiece or brush head. For about five to ten seconds, the brush should be held on each tooth. This is initially irritating for the user, because not only is it an unconventional way of cleaning teeth, it is also completely silent.


What distinguishes a good toothpaste?

If you invest in a sonic toothbrush, you also want to buy the right toothpaste. Therefore, pay attention to the following features when selecting.

• The toothpaste should contain fluoride. They are the most important and effective ingredient that prevents tooth decay. They repair the enamel attacked by food and drink and provide it with important minerals. For children up to six years, the fluoride content is 500 ppm F, for adults up to 1500 ppm F. This information can be found in the packaging.

• Every toothpaste contains cleansers, mostly silicon dioxide. These are small particles that help to clean the toothbrush and help to remove discoloration. The more sensitive your teeth are, the less brushing should be included in the toothpaste. Toothpastes, which promise a particularly high and fast effectiveness, usually contain a very high dosage of cleaning products; those that are specific to sensitive teeth, rather less.

• For sensitive teeth, the use of a toothpaste for sensitive teeth is also recommended as it contains additional ingredients designed to improve sensitivity. Exposed tooth channels are closed. Beware of whitening toothpastes: These often contain aggressive cleaning agents, which rather damage sensitive teeth!