Tough On Plaque Yet Gentle On Gums

 

What Is A Sonicare Toothbrush?

You’re probably familiar with electric toothbrushes — you can buy one with a head that rotates at any drugstore. Sonicare leaves those oscillating brushes behind, using sonic wave technology to vibrate as many as 30,000 cycles per minute to break down plaque, making it easier to brush away.

Why Does Dr. Kim Recommend Sonicare?

A Sonicare brush is a fantastic addition to any oral hygiene routine, but because these brushes are so gentle on the gums, we particularly recommend it for patients with sensitive gums or gum recession, or for those with a tendency to brush hard. They are also excellent for anyone over the age of 40, because they are excellent at blasting food out of deeper gingival pockets (the spaces between teeth and gums).

 

How Does The Oral B Toothbrush Work?

The Oral B electric toothbrush is great for removing food particles and plaque from your teeth and gums. You might think you do a pretty good job of brushing your teeth with a manual toothbrush, but an Oral B brush is much more effective at cleaning hard-to-reach areas, with the result that it clears away 100 percent more plaque than manual brushes! It also has a handy built-in timer so you know you’re getting the full two minutes in.

Why Does Dr. Kim Recommend Oral B?

The most important thing to look for in a toothbrush is how effectively it cleans your teeth! That’s why Dr. Kim recommends Oral B. The pulsating, rotating brush head ensures that plaque is both broken up and swept away, removing 33 percent more than the vibrating Sonicare DiamondClean brush head. It’s also 32 percent better for your gums!

How Can I Get One?

Your teeth are unique, so it’s important to have an oral hygiene routine that works best for them, which is why there are several different models of Sonicare and Oral B toothbrushes to choose from. Whether you’re toothbrush shopping for someone with sensitive teeth, gum recession, or if you’re simply interested in going electric with your toothbrush, call 262-241-5558 or email us so we can help you choose the best Sonicare brush for your needs.