Electronic vs. Manual Toothbrushes

Electronic vs. Manual Toothbrushes


First things first. Brush your teeth twice a day, every day. Second, if you’re considering an electronic toothbrush with oscillating or sonic technology (like an Oral-B Pro 5000 or  a Phillips Sonicare), consider the pros and cons of investing in an electronic toothbrush.


• Better at removing plaque and preventing gum disease
• Easier to use (especially for arthritis)
• Built-in timers
• Fun for kids
• Comes with travel chargers/cases

• Costs more
• Needs to be charged
• You have to buy replacement heads
• Breakable

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