If you have ever been in the market to buy a new toothbrush (which I am assuming is everyone that’s reading this), you have more than likely come over the brand “Sonicare”. This brand of toothbrush is almost always available where toothbrushes are sold as well as in dentist locations (like ours). That said I wanted to take this week to look at the Sonicare toothbrush so that you could all learn more about why this one should be the last one you buy.
First, Sonicare has been around for nearly 20 years. They aren’t just the new kid on the block when it comes to toothbrush design. The company researches teeth, how teeth should be brushed, what works best on various types of teeth, how bristles should be angled on a brush and just about everything under the sun that relates to a brush for teeth. By doing their research, you can rest comfortably knowing that you truly are using one of the best toothbrushes on the market for your pearly whites.
Second, using a Sonicare toothbrush will help remove 5 times the amount of plaque from your teeth when compared to a standard toothbrush. That’s a lot of plaque. Every time you brush your teeth. Removing plaque in turn should help reduce your chance for cavities, infections, discoloration and other concerns that occur in your mouth.
Third, using a Sonicare toothbrush is like giving your gums a massage. Many people (including myself) have receding gum lines due to brushing too hard which can cause your teeth to be sensitive. When using a Sonicare, the bristles are designed to delicately brush by your gums so that they are not irritated and to help them not recede.
Lastly, after using a Sonicare your teeth feel so clean, you will not want to go back to a regular toothbrush. Trust me, give it a try. For a limited time, we are offering a FREE* Sonicare Diamondclean Toothbrush (A $219 retail value) with your first visit; including exam, cleaning and x-rays. Just complete the form below and experience our quality of care. Give Dallas Dental Concierge a call at (214) 760-6035 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.