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Which Brushing Technique Really Works - 3 Sided Toothbrush

Which Brushing Technique Really Works - 3 Sided Toothbrush

There are a lot different brushing techniques you can turn to, with the goal of effectively removing the plaque and bacteria from your gum line. Over the years, the American Dental Association (ADA), dentists, and other oral healthcare sources have changed their recommendations—so you might be left wondering which techniques really work?

Which Way Do You Brush Your Teeth?

Up and down, back and forth, in circles, or vertically to really get behind your back teeth. Currently, the ADA suggests gentle back and forth brushing, which allows your toothbrush to easily wriggle between your teeth and along your gum line. However, it is difficult, and maybe uncomfortable to brush behind your front teeth—or all the way in the back of your teeth.

How Do You Hold Your Toothbrush?

Hold your toothbrush in any manner that feels natural and comfortable, but when it comes to brushing—the goal is to brush at a 45-degree angle. While this might seem inconsequential, it can be the difference between truly healthy teeth and gums—and teeth and gums that have much room for improvement.

Is There A Way To Make Brushing Your Teeth Easier?

The good news is that YES, there is a way to make brushing your teeth easier! Our dentist designed and dentist-approved, the next-generation toothbrush was designed to eliminate the wonder and worry if you are brushing your teeth properly. The Triple Bristle sonic electric toothbrush is designed to do all the work for you, so no need to worry if you are using the proper technique—or brushing at the correct angle.

For your comfort, our 3 sided electric toothbrush has 3 brushing speeds. Not only does it do the brushing for you, but it automatically adjusts to brush teeth of all shapes and sizes accurately. Last, but certainly not least—the Triple Bristle has a built-in auto-timer to ensure you brush long enough to clean your teeth and gums.

Thoroughly Brush Your Teeth In Just 40 Seconds

While your dentist and every reputable oral care expert suggest brushing twice daily for 2 minutes each session, the average person brushes their teeth for only 40 to 45 seconds—once or twice each day. By designing an innovative, patented 3D max brush head—you can effectively brush your teeth in 1/3 the amount of time—however, our autotimeris set for a full 2 minutes.

If your traditional toothbrush isn’t getting the job done, switch to the no-fail Triple Bristle toothbrush!

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