ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH CLASSIFICATION

 

1. The electric toothbrush uses a high-speed vibrating movement to drive the brush head to rotate or vibrate to achieve the effect of cleaning the teeth.

2. Sonic toothbrush means that the vibration frequency of the bristles/brush head is the same or similar to the sound wave frequency, so it is also called sonic vibration toothbrush. It is not literally understood to use “sound waves” to brush your teeth, but the rapid movement of bristles similar to the frequency of sound waves creates a super-clean effect that is nearly 100 times that of traditional manual toothbrushes.

3. Ultrasonic toothbrush is the use of ultrasonic energy in the periodontal cavitation effect to achieve the removal of periodontal bacteria and impurities, the cleaning range can cover all parts of the periodontal. Ultrasonic energy is transmitted to the teeth and the surface of the gums through the bristles of the brush head, which loosens the adhesion of plaque, tartar and fine calculus and teeth, and destroys the parasitic reproduction of bacteria in the hidden pockets of the pockets and the teeth. The ultrasonic energy that is transmitted to the surface of the gum by the bristles that touch the gums further penetrates into the gums, acts on the cell membrane, accelerates blood circulation, promotes metabolism, inhibits inflammation of the gums and bleeding gums, and prevents gums from shrinking.

4. Electric spray toothbrush is equipped with a can of aerosol toothpaste in the handle of the toothbrush. There is a toothpaste channel and a spout on the toothbrush head. The spout is hidden in the toothbrush and there is also a soft rubber check valve at the spout. The nozzle is blocked, and the aerosol toothpaste is sprayed from the nozzle under the action of air pressure to push the soft rubber check valve. After the electric toothbrush is turned on, the aerosol toothpaste will be sprayed onto the teeth at regular intervals. No matter how the bristles of the electric toothbrush are shaken, the aerosol toothpaste can completely contact the teeth and fully function. After the liquid toothpaste is used up, you can change it into a can.

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