Periodontitis is a painful and extreme form of gum disease that requires professional removal of the bacteria causing plaque that leave your gums bleeding. After a dentist or hygienist treats periodontal disease, perfect home care is absolutely critical to keep plaque, inflammation, and swelling at bay. Without making any changes to your at-home and ongoing dental hygiene, periodontal disease can return within as few as 30 to 60 days.
Post-Periodontal Oral Care
Your dentist will advise you on the changes you must make to your daily oral care routine. Generally speaking, they are likely to suggest:
- Brushing twice daily
- Flossing once daily
- An anti-bacterial mouthwash
- Short-term or long-term dietary changes
- More frequent, or more consistent professional cleaning
While the changes above are sure to set you on a healthy new path, selecting in the right toothbrush for your daily care is crucial.
What Makes The Triple Bristle Unique?
There are countless options for both standard and electric toothbrushes, which can make the selection process a bit overwhelming. However, not all toothbrushes can deliver the same results. When we designed our innovative 3 sided sonic electric toothbrush, the goal was to provide you with a fail-proof method of cleaning your teeth and gums. Instead of brushing just 1 of the 3 sides of your teeth individually, the Triple Bristle three sided toothebrush effortlessly cleans and brushes all 3 sides at once—and is angled a perfect 45 degrees suggested for cleaner teeth. It even comfortably cleans along your gum line.
Are You Brushing Long Enough?
The American Dental Association suggests brushing your teeth for no less than 2 minutes, twice daily. Although the 3 sided Triple Bristle electric toothbrush allows you to brush all 3 sides of your teeth at once, cleaning your teeth in less than half the time—it comes standard with a built-in 2-minute timer to ensure cleaner teeth and a brighter smile. Our sonic toothbrush also has 3 different speeds, to ensure it brushes at a comfortable speed and pressure.
What Causes Periodontist?
There are many factors that can lead to, or increase your risk for periodontist, the most common of which are listed below:
- Poor oral hygiene
- Dry mouth
- Prescription medications
- Hormonal imbalances
- Family History
Don’t wait until your painful gum disease returns to upgrade your toothbrush—do so today with the innovative Triple Bristle!