Have You Achieved Master Level Toothbrush Knowledge?

Would you consider yourself a true master when it comes to knowing just about every last detail you need to know in terms of your toothbrush? What makes a good toothbrush for dental care? Which is best for your unique dental hygiene needs? Is electric the best or is manual the way you should go? When you aren’t quite sure but you are really interested in doing all that you can to promote a healthy smile for yourself, our Austin, MN team is here to help you soak up some much needed education that will stay with you forever!

About ADA Acceptance

In order to feel certain that you’re getting your smile nice and clean with your toothbrush, so you leave dental checkups with a clean bill of health, remember that one of the things you should consider is whether your brush works. Sure, you may be able to pick up any brush and make it clean your smile. However, when you really want to feel certain the moment you’re purchasing that dental hygiene item that it is going to work for you, check out the package. Find products that displays the American Dental Association’s (ADA) Seal of Acceptance.

About The Bristles

We remind patients frequently that aggressive, harsh care can lead to a variety of smile problems, from receding gum tissue to stripped enamel. What you may not realize is that this can all begin (and even end) with the bristles you choose. Effective dental hygiene always requires soft bristles on a toothbrush no matter what. Remember this when you shop!

About The Handle, Size, And More

Your toothbrush either fits comfortably in your hand and your mouth or it doesn’t! It is very important for it to fit, so you can use it easily and effectively.

About Manual Versus Electric

Our team wants you to realize that when it comes to the debate over electric toothbrushes versus manual toothbrushes, it nearly always comes down to what you want and need. There’s not one universal secret to which will most benefit your smile health. Instead, remember that either can work for you. The main reason to switch for oral health concerns might be that:

  • You need an easier way to brush due to concerns like arthritis
  • You are an aggressive brusher and going electric will help ease your approach

Achieve Better Brush With Our Tips

When you know that you could be brushing better but you aren’t sure what your dental hygiene is missing, we are here to help. Remember that your visits with us are wonderful times to ask any dental care questions you have! Schedule a visit with our Austin, MN practice today by contacting Potach and Mitchell Dental Clinic today at 507-437-6312 to schedule your care.