It’s early in the morning, you’re half asleep getting ready for work, study or for running around after the kids. As you’re brushing away at your teeth you might wonder about your oral health. Maybe you start wondering how long you’ve been using this toothbrush. Or perhaps, you’re wondering whether it’s time you finally ordered an electric toothbrush to make your worries go away.
You’re not alone in this train of thought! Hundreds of Alviun customers have done the same when it comes to levelling up their at-home dental care. We receive reviews all the time from happy customers who have received compliments from their dentist about how clean their teeth are looking. There’s really no better pitch we could give you, than the words of our very own customers.
That being said, if you’re ready to learn more about just how good the Alviun Pro Care Sonic Toothbrush is - just keep scrolling and we’ll fill you in.
Why Do Dentists Recommend Sonic Toothbrushes?
It’s highly likely at some point, your dentist has recommended an electric toothbrush to you. It’s not just to save them some time on your next clean - it actively improves your home dental routine and reduces the likeliness of many oral hygiene complications or dental diseases.
In a study conducted to compare electric toothbrushes to their manual counterparts, the electric options were found to be more effective, reducing plaque by 21 percent and gingivitis by 11 percent after three months of use(1).
There are many factors that lead towards this substantial reduction, namely the 40,000 vibrations per minute that your Pro Care Sonic Toothbrush delivers. No matter how many gym sessions you’re crunching in, we don’t think you can beat that!
Our Toothbrush also runs on a two-minute timer, with pauses to prompt you to switch to the next part of your mouth. This makes your twice-daily brush a breeze… because you’ll never neglect a section of your teeth or brush for too short of a time again! All of these factors help to contribute to a healthier mouth, and reduced plaque, gingivitis and disease.
A recent study also confirmed that people who use an electric toothbrush have healthier gums, less tooth decay and keep their teeth for longer, compared to those who use a manual toothbrush(2).
What About Using A Soft Brush?
Dentists also favour using soft brush heads as they have less densely packed bristles, making them gentler on your teeth as the bristles can easily bend around the tooth and gum. Hard and medium toothbrushes can actually cause damage to your teeth and gums and can even wear away at your delicate gum causing “gum recession”(3).
It’s also quite common for those who use manual toothbrushes to brush too aggressively, causing damage to the gums. This is harder to do with an electric toothbrush, as it completes most of the movement for you.
The bristles on our Sonic Toothbrush are soft and dentist-approved, especially perfect for anyone with sensitive gums or those who have been using a firmer brush in the past.
What Are The Key Benefits Of Using Alviun’s Sonic Toothbrush?
Along with making your brushing routine easier and more effective than ever, electric toothbrushes are also a great option for those who have dexterity or mobility problems. Rather than grappling with a small manual toothbrush, an electric toothbrush is easier to grip and takes the work out of brushing each area of your teeth and gums.
Our Sonic Toothbrush is safe to use on sensitive teeth, or with braces/Invisalign. It cleans and whitens as you brush and aids in preventing oral health and hygiene complications such as:
- Plaque build-up
- Gum disease
- Tooth decay
- Bacteria growth
So if you’ve got sensitive teeth or gums, or if you’re looking to improve your oral health and hygiene, the Alviun Pro Care Sonic Toothbrush is for you! You can read up on more benefits of using an electric toothbrush here on our blog.
If you’re still uncertain if the Alviun Pro Care Sonic Toothbrush is for you, let us put any fears to rest with our lifetime product guarantee. If you ever have any issues with your toothbrush, we will replace it*.
- Healthline (2018), ‘Is It Better to Use an Electric or a Manual Toothbrush?’ May 3, 2018 | https://www.healthline.com/health/dental-and-oral-health/electric-toothbrush-vs-manual#manual-pros
- Oral Health Foundation (2018) ‘National Smile Month Nationwide Survey 2019’, Atomik Research, May 2019, Sample 2,003.
- Method Dental (2020), ‘Hard Vs Soft Toothbrushes’ May 2020, Dr Grant McGrath BDSc https://www.methoddental.com.au/hard-vs-soft-toothbrushes/
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