Includes a toothbrush tip to allow for water flossing and brushing at the same time. Uses an orthodontic tip with a 360-degree rotation to remove food particles and clean precisely around braces. Offers 10 adjustable pressure levels.
A little pricier than some others. Occasional water pressure issues.
Uses an inter-dental brush head specifically designed to handle hard-to-reach areas around braces. Has 3 different brushing modes to help with sensitive gums. Reasonable price point for an electric toothbrush.
May not last as long as you'd like. Brush heads seem a little small.
Electric toothbrush that holds a charge for up to 2 weeks of uses. Soft brushing mode works nicely to remove food particles from around braces. Low price point for an electronic toothbrush. Includes a timer to remind you how long to brush.
Longevity is questionable. Not quite as powerful as some other models.
Has a design with inner and outer bristles of different lengths, which allows them to remove food particles around and under brackets and arch wires. Also ships with 15 flossers designed specifically for use with braces. Low price point.
Not as effective on braces as an electric toothbrush or water flosser.
Offers 10 different pressure settings for the water flosser, ensuring you can remove food particles from around the braces without causing irritation. Nozzle rotates 360-degrees to reach all areas around the braces. Big water tank.
Higher than average price for a water flosser. Occasional problems with longevity.
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Toothbrushes for braces make it easier to clean around the wires of the braces. Food particles and other contaminants can become lodged in the hardware of braces. This can lead to tooth decay and other problems. You have 3 primary options for a toothbrush for braces. A manual toothbrush will have different lengths of bristles. An electric toothbrush works nicely to make the bristles fit underneath wires. A water flosser removes food particles from tough-to-reach areas. Using a small head on the toothbrush or water flosser can help you clean hard-to-reach areas. Softer bristles are nice to use to prevent irritation around the braces.
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