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Electric Toothbrush vs. Regular Toothbrush - Which One is Better?


Posted on 2/6/2023 by Dr. Cheryl Freeman
Electric Toothbrush vs. Regular Toothbrush - Which One is Better?Horsepower or fuel economy? Apartment or mansion? Electric or regular toothbrush? As all life decisions go, choosing a toothbrush shouldn't require too much thought. However, it helps to understand the benefits of both before you make that final selection. After all, brushing your teeth is the foundation of good oral health care, and you want the best option to prevent oral conditions.

At Randolph Center for Dental Excellence, Dr. Bryan Freeman and Dr. Cheryl Freeman recommend a regular appointment with your toothbrush for 2 minutes in the morning and evening, along with regular checkups at our office to maintain optimal oral hygiene.

Electric Toothbrush Benefits


When you use an electric toothbrush, you'll learn that its vibrating and rotating bristles do most of the cleaning work for you. They decrease more plaque than regular toothbrushes as the vibration allows for more micro-movement. They are also suitable for people with limited mobility problems such as arthritis, dementia, and carpal tunnel.

An electric toothbrush has a built-in timer that lets you know the duration for which you need to keep brushing to remove plaque effectively. Lastly, an electric toothbrush can make brushing cool for kids and help accomplish good oral hygiene from a young age.

Regular Toothbrush Benefits


Regular toothbrushes have been around since 1938. While they're not as fancy as an electric toothbrush, they still do an effective cleaning job and help prevent oral conditions. All you need to keep your oral hygiene in good condition is to brush twice every day.

Besides, they're more affordable and accessible than an electric toothbrush. You can find them in every grocery store, gas station, or pharmacy. You don't need to charge them or change brush heads every month.

Which Toothbrush is Better? Electric or Regular?


Both electric and regular toothbrushes do an effective job of cleaning teeth if you use proper technique and brush for at least 2 minutes. Overall, an electric toothbrush is better because it makes brushing easier, resulting in better dental hygiene.
At Randolph Center for Dental Excellence, Dr. Bryan Freeman or Dr. Cheryl Freeman can guide you on how to take care of your teeth and recommend the right toothbrush for you. To schedule an appointment with us, call us at (336) 444-2772 today.

Randolph Center for Dental Excellence
Dr. Bryan Freeman and Dr. Cheryl Freeman



(336) 444-2772

134 Davis Street
Asheboro, NC 27203-5469


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