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What is the first thing you look at on someone’s face when you see them or first meet them? Their smile? I thought so!
My parents always instilled in me that your smile is your biggest asset. There would be serious consequences if I did not brush my teeth when I was told to– have to keep the teeth cavity, and stain free! I also suffered through not just two or three, but seven years of braces. (Starting in the Second Grade). One of those years included a Herbst, which is a metal contraption that restricts how far you can open your mouth with metal bars. This was used to shape my jaw. Trust me, it sounds worse than it was.
My teeth are sensitive to teeth whitening strips, so a thorough brush is always important to me. I switched over from a normal toothbrush to an electric one about 6 months ago. Why electric? I doubt that most people set a timer on their phone, watch, or count down in their head for two whole minutes. The electric toothbrush will let you know if you have quit too early, and it also can let you know if you are pressing down too hard when brushing.
After opening my Smile Brilliant Electric Toothbrush I was in pure awe. When you look at it and see not just a power button, but FIVE different modes, I felt as if my current toothbrush was the Iphone 4, and the Smile Brilliant toothbrush was the Iphone X. The five modes are clean. whiten, massage, gum care, and sensitive.
Clean: Fast Paced Brush
White: Feels like a deep clean at the dentist
Massage: A slightly more gentle pluses
Gum Care: Pulsations of brush strokes
Sensitive: Still a thourgough brush, but a little softer
Now tell me, does your toothbrush do all of that?
It seems like a large task to not only make time within rushed mornings, and sleepy evenings, to fit an actual whitening routine into your life. On the contrary, I like to think of time spent brushing my teeth in comparison to how much time I would be spending in the dentist chair undergoing a procedure for a cavity…or even worse a root canal. It is also much more cost efficient to buy replacement heads for your electric toothbrush, vs. a thousand dollar dentist bill. Replacement heads can be found through this link. With 8 for $43.00, this is an amazing deal! If you swap them out every month, that is only $5.00 a month!
My Whitening Routine has improved my confidence within these last two weeks of using my high tech toothbrush! I use the whitening setting in the evenings, and the clean setting in the morning and afternoons. I have been doing a gum clean on Sunday’s as well. If a morning goes by without time to floss, I am carefree knowing that my Smile Brilliant toothbrush was able to reach those hidden spots.
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