The high frequency vibration of the sonic electric toothbrush creates a fluctuating cleaning force. Sonic toothbrushes generally vibrate at 24,000 – 40,000 strokes per minute. In comparison, oscillating electric toothbrushes rotate at around 1,300 – 8,800 strokes per minute. Compared to traditional toothbrushes, sonic electric toothbrushes are better suited for scientific up and down brushing. Effectively remove the plaque on the teeth, to ensure the health and whiteness of the teeth.
ROTATING ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH
Rotating electric toothbrush is driven by the operation of electric motor inside the toothbrush to rotate the head. Through the rotation of the toothbrush to increase the friction of the toothbrush on the teeth, rotating electric toothbrush works simply and the price is cheaper compared to the sonic toothbrush.
WHICH ONE IS BETTER?
There are a lot of studies in favour of both sonic pulse technology and rotating-oscillating. But as it turns out, there’s very little scientific evidence which technology is in fact more effective. Opinions are divided, and experts can’t seem to reach an agreement. One thing professionals agree on, however, is that an electric toothbrush is more beneficial than a manual toothbrush. Both electric and sonic toothbrushes feature a vibrating or oscillating brush head that either spins in a circle or vibrates in a side-to-side motion. The main differences between the two are speed of brushing and coverage.
Electric rotating-oscillating toothbrushes come with lower power than sonic toothbrushes, but due to the rotating head you can find them quite powerful in removing the plaque off your teeth.
Sonic toothbrushes, on the other hand, are considered much more effective thanks to the high level of vibrations they provide.
While both electric and sonic toothbrushes offer excellent tooth cleaning, as dentists like to say, the best toothbrush is the one you will use. Choose a toothbrush that fits your specific needs and preferences to achieve optimal dental and oral health.