Rota Dent Brush Heads

Written by Patricia Skinner
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Rota Dent electric toothbrushes can be very effective at helping you keep your teeth and gums healthy. Correct use will mean that you thoroughly remove plaque and food debris at least once a day. If you suffer from any degree of gum disease you'll notice an improvement in a very short space of time. You will find your Rota Dent especially beneficial if you have braces, as it will allow you to remove all plaque even from behind your appliance.

Replacing Your Rota Dent Toothbrush

Although they tend to last longer than manual toothbrushes, there will come a time when your Rota Dent brush heads need replacing. You will need to think about this ahead of time to ensure that you have a replacement waiting in the wings. This way you won't need to interrupt your daily tooth brushing routine.

Expect your brush head to last anywhere from three to six months. If you have any periodontal appliances, such as braces or bridges, you can expect to change your brush heads more often. Braces in particular can shorten the life of your brush.

Rota Dent toothbrushes come with an extra brush head that can be used by another member of your family if you wish. You'll need to buy extra brushes for any further members of your family who want to use your Rota Dent. Remember that extra people using the machine will mean that the motor won't last as long as it would with a single user. However, these machines are pretty robust and should give you a long period of use.

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