How Do Choose To Buy Kids Electric Toothbrush?
Now more and more mothers are choosing electric toothbrushes for their children because they are convenient,And the pattern on the toothbrush is very attractive to children, Children are also more likely to use it. So how do mothers choose the right toothbrush?
1. Brush head choose:
Square brush head can effectively clean every surface of teeth.
Olive brush head is easy to penetrate into the oral cavity cleaning.
circular brush head is more flexible to use.
According to the American dental association, the length of the brush head for children should be between 2.5cm and 3cm, the width should be between 0.8cm and 1cm, and the height of brush hair should be between 0.9cm and 1cm. Generally, there should be 2 to 4 rows of brush hair, each row of 5 to 12 bundles of brush hair, the brush head size standard is to cover children 2 to 3 teeth is appropriate.
2. Brush hair choose:
Younger babies are better suited to soft brushes because their gums are more tender.A bristle toothbrush can be very harmful to the gums, and in severe cases it can cause bleeding.
Design of children's toothbrush with silicone antiskid handle. Overweight, too big toothbrush handle is not suitable for younger babies to use, the baby is also more difficult to hold, easy to fall off the ground. The button is positioned above the handle for baby to use.
4. Cruising ability:
There are two types of electric toothbrushes: rechargeable and dry-cell replacement.Compared with the charging type, the dry battery type has the potential of water inlet.
5. Additional function:
The additional functions of toothbrush are as follows: zone change reminder, timing function and fun interactive APP. Those design not only ensures that children complete the task of brushing their teeth, helps them adapt to the correct time and manner of brushing their teeth, but also helps children achieve better dental cleaning effect.
What is the correct way to brush your teeth?
The correct way to brush your teeth is to rotate your teeth up and down through the teeth, in an "M" or "W" direction, and back and forth across the occlusal surface, so as not to wear down the neck of the tooth or damage the gums.If the child is not easy to master at the beginning, it is practical to learn the saw-type horizontal brush first and then gradually transfer to the up-down rotary vertical brush after a few months.