How Does a Sonic Toothbrush Work?

The sonic toothbrush, also known as the Sonicare ® toothbrush, is different because it is able to move faster and in a way that no other toothbrush has ever moved.

The sonic cleaning action is unlike any other toothbrush on the market now or in the past.

The sonic toothbrush, such as the Sonicare ® toothbrush, is unique not only in appearance and claim, but also in function. 

The first function is the scrubbing that takes place when the toothbrush bristles hit the surface of the teeth. 

The secondary mechanism is based on the speed of the bristle vibration.  The motion is able to move around the entire surface of the tooth. 

The vibrating motion is also able to remove food debris and plaque from the teeth that could not be removed with your traditional toothbrush.

The speed of the bristle movement and vibration are what sets the sonic toothbrush apart from all of the others on the market. 

The sonic style toothbrush will provide the consumer with more than 30,000 brush strokes per minute. 

Other electric toothbrushes will only provide 2,500 to 2,700 brush strokes per minute, which just doesn’t compare.