Are electric toothbrushes better than manual ones?

With  all the hoopla about proper dental hygiene  and  hundreds of different types of  toothbrushes in the market, you’ve got to wonder, which is really better, the manual or electric tooth brush.

According to dentists, the best toothbrush that you can buy is one that you will use. Yup, it’s that simple. While both manual and electric tooth brushes have their own pros and cons, the bottom line is which suits you best.

If you are not sure which type of toothbrush would suit you the best, here are a few pros and cons: 





  • Inexpensive
  • Most have an easy grip handle
  • Some come with a tongue scraper
  • Easy to travel with

  • Can be difficult for some people to hold onto firmly


  • Most have larger ergonomic handles
  • The feel and buzzing of an electric toothbrush feels good to a lot of people.
  • Some electric toothbrushes can be quite expensive
  • Most electric toothbrushes require charging or battery replacement

Deciding whether to buy an electric or manual toothbrush basically depends on what suits you best. Whatever toothbrush  you decide to buy, remember that bristles are what’s really important. The Antimicrobial Mouth Watchers toothbrush, both manual and power, has unique dual flossing bristle system that reaches down into to hard to reach areas, where cavities form, and sweeps out cavity and gingivitis forming debris.

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