Why Owning Your Own Electric Tooth Polisher is Necessary
Most people know about brushing and flossing but overlook the importance of dental cleanings and polishing. Did you know that these can be incorporated into your at home care? At home electric tooth polishers are more beneficial than just using a manual brush because they have special pulsating heads to remove plaque with less abrasive surface, which reduces sensitivity in one's gums (making it easier for them to get up close).
Regularly Brushing Your Teeth
As soon as you wake up in the morning, your breath is terrible, and everyone can smell it. No one wants to be around someone with bad breath because it just stinks! The food that sits on our teeth all day long causes odor producing bacteria which makes our breath really awful. While it's common for people to brush their teeth right when they get out of bed or first thing before breakfast, brushing your teeth with an electric tooth polisher is the best way to combat bad breath. After all, nobody likes talking to a person who has rotten breath!
Don't let tartar and plaque build up on your teeth! Tartar is the hard calculus that forms from a sticky film, called plaque. If left untreated for too long, it can lead to cavities in the tooth enamel as well as inflammation of tissues around them known medically as gingivitis. Luckily there's an easy solution - brushing with an electric tooth polisher regularly will help prevent these risks before they occur!
According to KidsHealth.org, 1 out of 10 people experience faster-developing tartar than others; however, brushing with an electric tooth polisher close to the salivary gland area could also mean less plaque buildup for those with sensitive gums or other oral issues that make them susceptible. ("Taking Care of Your Teeth").
Oral health is a major concern for those who suffer from dementia. A study in the Journal of American Geriatrics Society shows that brushing daily can reduce risks, and it's well known that heart disease can be caused by bad oral hygiene - these are just some reasons why you should brush your teeth with an electric tooth polisher regularly!
Flossing Your Teeth
Flossing is not just for the dance floor. I'm talking about that sticky film between your teeth! You know, when you're eating a bowl of spaghetti and it gets stuck in there? It's gross how food remnants can develop bacteria which release sulfurous odor. The same thing goes with acid-producing substances from this bacterium that will eat away at your tooth enamel if left untreated.
Flossing reduces the possibility for cavities by moving food particles and plaque out from between teeth where they can cause decay or gum disease.
Flossing your teeth might seem like a strange way to prevent gum disease; however, it is the most effective. Flossing can also help stop bleeding gums over time because bleeding gums are usually a sign of gum disease. If this sounds too much for your sensitive mouth, try using dental tape instead of string as it won't tug at and irritate sore spaces in between your teeth that may be causing these problems!
Flossing removes food particles and plaque that brushing can't get. But wait, flossing combined with brushing is still not enough to for perfect oral health!
Regular Dental Cleanings
You are not alone in thinking that you can't afford a dental cleaning. It is often the last thing people think about when it comes to spending their money, and this means they end up neglecting their teeth for years until one day everything falls apart.
What if I told you that Brighter Image Lab now has a product called Detox Serum that can soften the hardened tartar? What if you could get professional grade dental tools and an electric tooth polisher to remove the tartar after it has softened from the comfort of your own home?
First, I need to tell you how important dental cleanings are.
Brushing and flossing alone cannot rid you of all the plaque and tartar build-up. This is one reason why the American Dental Association recommends seeing your dentist twice a year.
I would never say don't go to the dentist. In fact, visits to your dentist can detect early signs of things like cancer, gum disease, and cavities. It can also help locate cysts, infections, and tumors. But you can cut down on how many visits by having your own dental tools and an electric tooth polisher.
As I said before, brushing and flossing doesn't get everything. This often results in halitosis (bad breath). Ugh!
Now, here is something shocking. Inhaling bacteria from your mouth into your lungs can cause COPD or pneumonia. If this isn't enough to convince you to get an electric tooth polisher from Brighter Image Lab, I don't know what will!
Using an Electric Tooth Polisher
The two most damaging bacteria are plaque and Streptococcus mutans. But polishing your teeth is a great way to reduce the amount of these harmful bugs that grow on the surface of your tooth enamel. It's important, because poorly-maintained teeth can lead to gum disease or cavities - both life threatening situations!
Polishing also cleans teeth stains from things like coffee, tobacco, tea, sodas and chocolate.
Polishing your teeth is a great way to brighten up and give yourself the confidence you need. A good smile can be all that stands between getting or not getting an interview, which could lead to more opportunities in life.
With the Bilistic Pro-Series Plus Tooth Polisher, you can do this at home.
It is never too late to start a dental routine. Brighter Image Lab offers an at home electric tooth polisher known as the Bilistic Tooth Polisher, which comes with a set of dental tools (when you purchase the Pro-Series Plus option), so you can take your oral health into your own hands without having to spend thousands of dollars on unnecessary dentist visits. Order yours below!
Gil-Montoya JA, Sánchez-Lara I, Carnero-Pardo C, Fornieles-Rubio F, Montes J, Barrios R, Gonzalez-Moles MA, Bravo M. Oral Hygiene in the Elderly with Different Degrees of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2017 Mar;65(3):642-647. doi: 10.1111/jgs.14697. Epub 2016 Dec 26. PMID: 28024093.
“Taking Care of Your Teeth (for Teens) - Nemours KidsHealth.” Edited by Steven Dowshen, KidsHealth, The Nemours Foundation, Jan. 2015, kidshealth.org/en/teens/teeth.html.