Electric Toothbrushes: Go Easy On Your Hands

Are you someone who has been worrying about your hands or your arms? Maybe you deal with chronic pain or other issues. Perhaps you use your hands and arms a lot throughout the day and when it comes to your dental hygiene and protecting your oral health, the last thing you want to think about is picking up a toothbrush. Fortunately, we are happy to announce that the key to your problems may be switching to an electric toothbrush in place of your manual one. Not sure how this might help? Consider a few reasons!

Have Limitations Or Injuries?

Sometimes you’ve got something going on in your life that prevents you from easily picking up and using a manual toothbrush. Perhaps you deal with arthritis flare ups. Maybe you have injured your arm. Whatever the case, if you’re faced with a limitation, it can lead to difficulty with dental hygiene. Rather than worry, reach for an electric toothbrush instead. You won’t have to make so many motions. Just guide it over your teeth and you’re doing your part to clean your smile.

Do Your Hand And Arm Get Tired?

Sometimes, your muscles just aren’t up to the task of twice-a-day brushing. As you might have guessed, this is another good reason to choose an electric toothbrush for your dental hygiene. It’s much easier on your muscles, so you can get through the experience with a smile (rather than a grimace) on your face.

Are Your Hands Overworked?

Maybe your hands and arms are A-OK but you have been working them nonstop. Whether you type all day, cook, build, or otherwise, you may wish to give them a break during your otherwise peaceful dental hygiene sessions. An electric toothbrush will help you accomplish just that!

Learn About Options For Easy Smile Care

Come see us for an appointment, so we can help you keep your smile healthy in a way that works best for you. Schedule care with your Southlake, TX dentist today by calling Gregory Wright, DDS at (817) 481-7999. We gladly serve patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and surrounding areas.

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