Sonic vs Oscillating toothbrush

When it comes to choosing a new electric toothbrush we are often presented with two types – oscillating (rotating) or sonic (vibrating) type.

Both are very good at removing plaque and stains but each type has its own benefits.

Oscillating brushes

Oscillating brushes let you concentrate on each tooth. This is perfect for people who have a heavy-handed brushing style or habitually skip certain areas.

Sonic brushes

Sonic brushes often have a small head. This is is perfect for those hard-to-reach places. It has a similar design to a manual toothbrush, and is great for people who already have a good brushing technique but want to power-up their clean.

As well as having the correct tooth-brush for your needs, we recommend visiting Bite Dental every 6-months for a check-up and clean.

When you have your teeth professionally cleaned at Bite, we work to remove the plaque and tartar that has built up over the last 6 months. This is something your toothbrush just can’t do. Additionally, a Bite check-up will allow us to examine the overall health of your teeth, gums and jaw to identify any issues and avoid future dental emergencies. Book online today for your next appointment!

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