Crest Spin Brush

December 10, 2007 at 6:22 pm 1 comment

I finally gave in last week and bought an electronic toothbrush. I’d been putting it off forever. I liked my manual brush, but there’s so much hype about better dental hygiene through batteries. I thought I’d give it a try.

So I proceeded to wet brush, paste brush, wet brush again, insert into mouth and start brushing. My usual steps. Now I have to add “turn on brush” in there too. I’m tentative to this step, because I fear toothpaste is going to splatter all over the walls and already toothpaste dotted mirror. It doesn’t. As I lay the humming tool against my teeth. It seems as though it is going to knock them all loose. My teeth are so sensitive to the vibrations that I can hardly finish, but I have to. I threw my other brush away and Ricardo has a more top of the line tooth loosener.

I continue to use this horrendous thing thinking the brain rattling is somehow beneficial to my dental hygiene.  If not for the bristles, surely this vibrating stick could be put to better use.

When I need to replace this one, I’ll be returning to the manual type. It burns more calories!

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. diehl99  |  December 11, 2007 at 2:14 am

    I also hate electronic, vibrating toothbrushes. I’ve tried two different kinds, and not only are my teeth sensitive, but the vibrating makes me have an instant headache. I can’t stand it…why would someone actually choose to brush with one of those?


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