Toothbrushes - Manual, Sound and Ultrasonic Toothbrush from Megasonex
The range of toothbrushes is wide. When purchasing a toothbrush, we are faced with the choice between normal manual toothbrushes, electric toothbrushes, sonic toothbrushes and ultrasonic toothbrushes. But which version suits your cleaning habits best?
Manual toothbrush or electric toothbrush?
A beautiful smile is defined above all by well-kept teeth. So that "the most beautiful jewellery of humans" remain attractive for a long time, the teeth must be cared for. No question, we have to brush. It is best to brush two or three times a day. But with what? With a toothbrush, of course. But thanks to the latest technology, a toothbrush today is no longer just a toothbrush, but an elementary cleaning system that even uses sound to clean our teeth noticeably thorough.
Sonic and an ultrasonic toothbrushes are not the same thing. The outdated technology with the oscillating brush head has been replaced by sound technology. In both cases, these are electric toothbrushes, which can be easily distinguished in terms of numbers. The ultrasonic toothbrush delivers 96 million ultrasound pulses per minute + 18.000 sonic movements. A sonic toothbrush makes it to 30,000 oscillations per minute but without the ultrasound. Manual toothbrushes cannot keep up with this.
Ultrasonic toothbrush Megasonex
Dental care technology has reached its current peak with the ultrasonic toothbrush. Extremely thorough care is combined with the lowest possible mechanical load on the teeth. The gentle brushing process dissolves the dirt on the tooth surfaces and it only needs to be "swept away" with gentle movements. The working principle of ultrasound starts where the dirt really sits, i.e. directly on the tooth. The toothbrush generates vibrations to which toothpaste or liquid reacts. Small foam bubbles take over the work on the enamel, which clean the tooth surfaces by bursting. Modern top products such as Megasonex are only slightly guided over the teeth to determine the cleaning direction. The areas to be cleaned are notified as if with a "magic wand". By the penetration of the toothpaste and the ultrasonic waves into the interdental spaces, the procedure also ensures medically perfect cleanliness here. Teeth that are particularly sensitive to pressure and touch will be happy to no longer be maltreated with bristles.