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Which type of electric toothbrush to use
I am very bad at cleaning my teeth so was planning to buy an electric toothbrush. I have some composite fillings, an rct and one implant. Which electric toothbrush should I buy? Sonic or oscillating? Cleaning is my topmost priority. I also have sensitive gums so softer bristles are preferable
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Sonic tooth brush with small head.
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Go for Sonic toothbrush as Sonic toothbrushes are considered more effective due to the high level of vibrations they provide. Additionally, vibrations by a sonic toothbrush generate micro-bubbles of water that clean even between your teeth.
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Hi.. As you have sensitive gums and more risk for tooth decay, i advise you to use sonic electric tooth brush.
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Sonic toothbrushes ( Curaprox Hydrosonic pro) would be a better option for people with implant and gum problems
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You can go for sonic
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