Proper Brushing

Brushing your teeth is the foundation of good oral care and prevention. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), both electric and manual toothbrushes are effective at removing oral plaque that causes decay and disease.
Electric and manual toothbrushes each have their own benefits. The ADA puts a Seal of Acceptance on any toothbrush, electric or manual, that’s proven safe and effective. Read more about the pros and cons and which one might be best for you.Electric toothbrushes does most of the work for you. They may be helpful for anyone with limited mobility, such as people with:
carpal tunnel
arthritis
developmental disabilitiesOne studyTrusted Source
 found that electric toothbrushes were particularly helpful for people with orthodontic appliances, such as braces, because it made brushing easier.
Among people with appliances who already had good oral health, plaque levels were about the same, whether they used an electric toothbrush or not. But if you find it difficult to clean your mouth while having orthodontic therapy, the electric toothbrush may improve your oral health.
https://www.healthline.com/health/dental-and-oral-health/electric-toothbrush-vs-manual#electric-pros

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