I’ll start off by saying I’m not all that clued up in the world of electric toothbrushes. I’ve had some in the past but that was waaay back; instead I’ve opted for the good old cheap manual brushes.
Anyway, a couple days ago I finally got round to seeing a dentist since moving. My last visit was probably a good 2 years ago and I’d been having some pain so figured I should stop being lazy and get it checked out. Thankfully my teeth are in pretty good shape (apart from an impacted wisdom tooth that needs removing) but no fillings required so I’m happy! The point of this dental life story is the fact that I went and bought an electric tooth brush (hold the applause/contain your excitement please) as recommended by my dentist. I also figured that whilst I’m still pretty young I should make sure I look after my molars and a fancy tooth brush seemed like a good place to start.
SO, onto the review. I LOVE THIS TOOTHBRUSH. I hadn’t really done a lot of research, I simply walked into boots and stood for a while trying to decide between the pink one and the blue one. The blue one was cheaper but the pink one was cuter so guess which one I got? Also, it was £70 down to £35 so I felt like I was getting more super cool technology for my money.
PROS: Your mouth feels sooo fresh after using this. Teeth feel a whole lot cleaner and in a lot less time than a manual toothbrush (kinda obvious, I know). There are lights that flash if you’re brushing too hard and snazzy vibration timers to tell you when to move to a different part of your mouth. Overall, if you’d like to feel as if there’s a whole new world of teeth brushing you’d never discovered, this is for you. Also it looks really cute in pink.
CONS: This isn’t a real con for me as yet because I haven’t had it long enough to experience it but some people say the battery life isn’t great. In all honesty, if this is the case, it’s not a massive problem as Ed is still being old school and manual leaving me with fullllll access to the charge 24/7. Also, considering I got this on offer, it’s something I can overlook.
Ps anyone had a wisdom tooth out? Tell me your (good) stories please as I’m clueless about it all. Get in touch, as always I love to hear from you.