Rota Dent Toothbrushes

Written by Patricia Skinner
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Dentists are beginning to recommend powered toothbrushes of all kinds. Quite simply they are a great deal more effective when it comes to removing all traces of plaque and bacteria. This is essential to prevent bad breath and gum disease which are the basis for tooth decay and eventual loss of teeth.

Rota Dent toothbrushes have a circular head that rotates, as the name implies. Patented microfilament bristles do a good job of whisking out plaque and debris from under the gum line and between the teeth without doing any damage. They are great for those with overcrowded teeth, when it can be very difficult to clean at the back of your mouth, or between or behind teeth.

Rota Dent for Orthodontic Patients

This type of brush can be used by anyone, but is an excellent choice for dental patients wearing orthodontic braces or appliances. Gum disease and tooth decay are common drawbacks of this type of treatment because the appliances, typically worn for long periods of time, make it particularly difficult to clean the teeth. The rotating head of a Rota Dent can do an excellent job of keeping the teeth clean despite the ability of braces to snag bits of food and bacteria.

If left undisturbed, plaque and bacteria can destroy your teeth during orthodontic treatment. It is essential to make sure that you get every little nook and cranny thoroughly clean at least twice a day. Over 20 clinical studies have proven that use of a Rota Dent toothbrush can really help people to keep their teeth free from decay and their gums healthy while undergoing orthodontic treatment.


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