Sonic toothbrushes versus electric toothbrushes – how they differ and whether it is worth to reach for the former
Electric toothbrushes have been on the market for at least a few years now, while sonic toothbrushes are still a relative novelty in oral hygiene. The principle of the electric toothbrush is known and easy to see. Cleaning your teeth with an electric toothbrush is about 10,000 oscillations and 40,000 pulsations per minute, which is certainly impressive. Especially when compared to traditional brushing. Compared to a sonic toothbrush, however, the counts are not that impressive, as it can make up to 31,000 movements per minute. This allows a sonic toothbrush to remove much more plaque than its older colleague.
Sonic technology means that the brush head is set in sonic motion, which ensures dynamic cleaning of teeth and interdental spaces. As a result, contaminants in hard-to-reach areas can even be swept away. This in turn translates into several effects, namely:
– The result is lighter discolourations, or more precisely, a change in the colour of teeth by a few tones,
– a better condition of the gums,
– less tendency to lower the gum line,
– less plaque and stone.
Thus, a sonic toothbrush is definitely the best solution for people with gum problems, who have problems with bleeding gums during brushing, and who have high tooth sensitivity.

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