In daily life, many people use electric toothbrushes to clean their teeth, so how does electric toothbrush work? Let's take a look at it together.

 Electric toothbrushes are mainly divided into sonic electric toothbrushes and rotary electric toothbrushes, so what is the difference between the operating principles of the two toothbrushes?

 About sonic electric toothbrush

  • The sonic electric toothbrush mainly relies on the operation of the micro motor in the toothbrush to drive the toothbrush head to swing at a high speed from left to right during the working process. The sound waves generated during the operation of the sonic electric toothbrush have different cleaning effects on the teeth due to different frequencies. In general, the cleaning effect of a sonic toothbrush is proportional to its sonic frequency and amplitude.

 About Rotary Electric Toothbrushes

  • The rotary electric toothbrush mainly uses the operation of the motor inside the toothbrush to drive the circular brush head to rotate. It can enhance the friction effect of the toothbrush on the teeth while performing the ordinary toothbrush action. Compared with the sonic electric toothbrush, the rotary toothbrush is more cheap, and the working principle is relatively simple.

 About the charging principle of electric toothbrush

  • Using magnetism to generate electricity, that is, electrical energy-magnetic energy-electrical energy, the toothbrush and the base form a double transformer, and a part of the transformer is located in the base and the other part is located in the toothbrush. If the toothbrush is slid into the base, a complete transformer structure is formed, and the electric charge can flow.

 The electric toothbrush is equipped with various types of toothbrush heads, which can be suitable for various users. In addition to daily brushing, it can also be used to massage the gums. When brushing teeth, it can be used for both electric and manual use, and can be used to brush teeth vertically and horizontally. The gums pass rhythmically. Tapping and pressing can enhance blood circulation, and use with medicines to enhance the absorption of medicines by the gums. It has a good therapeutic and preventive effect on common dental diseases such as periodontitis, gingivitis, and bleeding gums. Using an electric toothbrush can also help change the habit of brushing from horizontal to vertical, in the same way as a regular toothbrush when brushing manually.