Buying a toothbrush is probably one of the simplest yet most useful purchases you can make. There are endless kinds of brushes you can purchase in various shapes and sizes. You can get your favorite anime character on the grip if you look hard enough or a double sided one to help children brush their teeth. But as a grown man, you won’t need a double sided one toothbrush, nor do you need to buy an anime themed brush. You don’t want to overlook making a wrong choice, and buy something you can’t use for actually cleaning your teeth.
Functionality should be a priority when deciding what kind of toothbrush you should buy. Because of this, it is important to know the brush can work for you. In line with that thought, taking time to actually notice what kind of bristle strength makes it easy to apply adequate pressure and move along your mouth is crucial. Not everyone uses the same strength of bristles when they brush, so it is important to have the option of choosing the strength level that matches your comfort level. At the same time, making sure the handle of the brush fits well within the grip of your hand is just as important. After all, being able to keep the brush in your grip is what allows you to actually use it at all.
Keeping that in mind, purchasing something like a giant toothbrush or a penis shaped toothbrush, while fun in novelty, have awkward handling, for obvious reasons, and usually don’t possess the same level of quality of bristles that are comfortable for proper usage. Once again, focus on the practical first. Search and compare the kind of brushes that you think you’ll be able to use daily without a hassle. Once you narrow the list down, another important decision that might need to be made is whether to go manual or electric. Studies show that there are multiple benefits and drawbacks between the two kinds.
There needs to be a self check again with the kind of brush works best for you. If you have sensitive teeth, then it might be best to avoid electric toothbrushes, as they tend to be very powerful and can hurt the teeth in process. Like the giant brush, an electric model can become a liability to proper comfort of the mouth. On the other hand, studies show that electric brush does do a better job of cleaning than the manual. Of course, the manual gives the user better control of the speed and power of the brush. Regardless, one should be able to be able find something to their liking between the two models. Remember stick with practicality and say no to giant and penis shaped brushes.