We get a lot of questions from patients on how best to keep their teeth clean, and one of the most common subjects is how to pick the “best” toothbrush for oral health. We love this question, as it shows a proactive mindset towards oral health, something that is great for healthy teeth and a healthy smile. Truth be told, you can keep your teeth perfectly clean and healthy with just about any proper toothbrush, but to help you pick yours, we have compiled a few of our favorites.
Colgate Plus Bi-Level
While it is not the prettiest or fanciest toothbrush in the world, you cannot go wrong with a good bi-level toothbrush, and Colgate’s is an excellent choice. The brush is made with soft bristles at two levels, allowing even cleaning around corners and crevices of the teeth. With conscientious and regular use, a bi-level toothbrush can keep your teeth strong and healthy with regular use.
Oral-B CrossAction Pro-Health Soft
For more precision cleaning, it may be a good idea to get a toothbrush with a smaller head. This makes it easier to maneuver the brush into the tight spaces around teeth, helping to remove food and plaque from even the toughest locations. For that kind of precision, Oral-B’s CrossAction ProHealth Soft toothbrush is an effective and efficient choice.
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean
You can think of this like the Ferrari of toothbrushes. While it may be a bit flashy, it seriously works. The Sonicare DiamondClean is an electric toothbrush that comes with five different brushing modes, including whitening and gum care, and it also includes an automatic timer that stops after you have brushed for two minutes. For someone looking for the best in a toothbrush, the Sonicare DiamondClean has it all.
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Truthfully, the most important part of oral hygiene is not what toothbrush you buy, but how you use it and how often. For more information on keeping your teeth clean or to schedule an appointment for a professional dental cleaning, feel free to call us at (920) 437-3376, reach out to us at our contact page, or request an appointment online. We cannot wait to hear from you, and we hope to see you back at this blog for more helpful tips on maintaining healthy teeth!