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Why RCFD in McKinney give away free electric toothbrushes to patients?

Hello RCFD Family!

At RCFD, we love our electric toothbrushes.  

Let’s take a look at the side by side comparison of the benefits of using an electric toothbrush versus a manual toothbrush.

  Electric ToothBrush Manual Toothbrush

Electric toothbrush bristles vibrate or rotate, which allow for more effective removal of plaque buildup.

It’s easier to miss spots using a manual toothbrush since there is less micromovement, and therefore more likely for plaque to build up.

Limited Mobility friendly?

These toothbrushes have built-in micromovements so there’s no need for you to constantly have to move your arm and hands while using them.

This may be helpful for people with arthritis, carpal tunnel. Or developmental disabilities!

These require a lot more movement in order to reach a greater surface area of the teeth and its crevices.This might put on strain on your arms!
Good on the gums? Many of these toothbrushes have pressure sensors built in, which will alert you if you are putting too much pressure on your teeth and gum areas! Without the pressure sensors, a great amount of pressure that you exhibit when you brush could actually contribute to gum bleeding, as well as gum recession from the teeth!
Waste? Let’s be green! The only minimal waste that would result from owning an electric toothbrush is simply replacing the toothbrush head every three to four months or so. When replacing a manual toothbrush, you would have to throw away the ENTIRE toothbrush. Which is a lot more waste in comparison to the electric!

Let’s work smarter, not harder… go electric toothbrush! Get your FREE ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH TODAY!

If you have any other dental concerns or questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at RidgeCommons Family Dentistry!. We are located in McKinney, TX and we are here for YOU!

Dr Winnie Nguyen Dentist

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