Chances are, your dentist or hygienist recommended using an electric toothbrush to help you improve your oral hygiene and possibly whitening. This is because electric toothbrushes help remove plaque, exrinsic stains, and bacteria more sufficiently than a manual toothbrush ever does. Some brushes clean up to 99% of all plaque off of the teeth. Think about it. How many strokes per minute are you making with your manual toothbrush? The top electric brushes make thousands and thousands of strokes in just a few seconds. But how do you decide what the right electric toothbrush for teeth whitening is for you? There are electric toothbrushes, rotary and sonic, with features especially designed for sensitivity, braces, gum stimulation and even whitening. We'll help break down the features of many of the most popular designs available so that you can decide which is the best brush for your needs. Don't forget to leave feedback about the model that you're currently using. We would love to hear from you.
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