A Fort Saskatchewan dentist confirmed that electric toothbrushes are simply; better.
Dentist Ryan Gauf at Cornerstone Dental Care takes the guessing out of shopping for a new toothbrush.
“Electric is by far better and the reason being, is that the mechanical motion of the brush does far more repetitions of the disturbing of the plaque than you can just manually with a regular brush,” said Gauf.
With a regular toothbrush you have to have proper technique and really have to concentrate, while an electric toothbrush is more user friendly.
People should change the heads of electrical toothbrushes and regular toothbrushes every three to six months.