Is there a difference between expensive toothbrushes and cheap toothbrushes?
Generally speaking, there is a difference. We all know that price and cost are proportional. The quality of products with relatively low raw materials and production costs will be relatively low. For example, if you use a low-grade hard-bristled toothbrush, it is easy to bleed and damage your gums when brushing your teeth. The more expensive toothbrushes not only have higher raw materials and production costs but also usually involve investment in technology research and development. For example, the material is high-grade PBT bristles. You will feel soft and comfortable when you brush your teeth.
High-quality toothbrushes are made more carefully, more comfortable, and effective to use, and the price is a bit more expensive than ordinary toothbrushes.
Q:Can I keep my oral health just by brushing my teeth?
Brushing your teeth is certainly not enough. In addition to brushing our teeth correctly, our diet, work, and rest must be regular; go to regular and qualified dental clinics and hospitals to check the oral cavity regularly. With a healthy body and preventive measures, the oral cavity is naturally healthy. Brushing your teeth is certainly not enough. In addition to brushing our teeth correctly, our diet, work, and rest must be regular; go to regular and qualified dental clinics and hospitals to check the oral cavity regularly. With a healthy body and preventive measures, the oral cavity is naturally healthy.
There are so many toothbrushes on the market. How to choose a toothbrush suitable for Chinese oral health?
First of all, we need to know that a toothbrush is composed of four parts, the brush head, the bristles, the handle, and the accessories.
(1) Brush head: The size should be moderate. A toothbrush with a large head does not have a good cleaning effect. Sometimes the brush head is too large and it is not easy to enter the dead corners of the mouth. On the contrary, the teeth cannot be cleaned, causing tooth decay.
(2) Brush bristles: The softness and hardness should be moderate, and the cleaning effect is not good when it is too soft. If it is too hard, it is easy to cause tooth abrasion.
(3) Grip: Hold it easily and easily, allowing the toothbrush to clean all corners of the mouth flexibly.
(4) Toothbrush add-ons: Some toothbrushes have add-ons to massage the gums or clean the tongue coating. According to clinical studies, although the effect is not significant, it is not too bad to massage the gums or clean the tongue coating more.
There are tens of thousands of toothbrushes on the market. How do you choose a toothbrush that suits you?
The size of the brush head may be the key. An oversized brush head seems to save time and effort when brushing your teeth, but the dead corners of the teeth are not easy to clean, and there is still a risk of tooth decay. It’s like using a big broom to sweep the dead corners of the wall of the room, which is not easy to clean.
Dentists suggested that the length of the brush head should not exceed the length of two teeth so that the brush head can enter the dead corner of the oral cavity flexibly when brushing. To the finer teeth gap.