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Magna Sonic Electric Toothbrush Faqs

What is a Sonic Toothbrush?
A Sonic toothbrush typically uses vibrations of bristles at a certain frequency, to enhance better cleaning of tooth surfaces. These vibrations also induce a hydrodynamic effect with the toothpaste and fluid in mouth. This leads to formation of tiny air bubbles which would burst and break the biofilm cell walls of germs to destroy them on the tooth surface. This also allows for better cleaning between the teeth. Sonic brush typically offers 12000 to 24000 vibrations/ strokes per minute, or 24000 to 48000 movements per minute. This is the ideal frequency suggested by dentists and multiple clinical research papers for safe and efficient cleaning. This provides additional physical or mechanical cleaning than a manual toothbrush.

How am I supposed to use The Magna Sonic Toothbrush?
Magna toothbrush needs to be moved in small circular motions like we would move a regular manual toothbrush. This is true for all Sonic toothbrushes. Due to the vibrational frequency makes a difference in cleaning efficiency.

How is Magna different from other Sonic toothbrushes in the market?
Magna comes with a single-button operation. Its sleek, ergonomic, waterproof and travel-friendly design provides flexibility with regards to the time, place and occasion for use. Magna is super lightweight and uses high frequency, medium amplitude to clean tooth surfaces while additionally providing gum massage without damage. Magna uses smaller head size with soft DuPont bristles for a reduced risk to gums & teeth, while ensuring it does not cause tooth sensitivity or gum damage. It uses an ideal frequency of 24000 strokes or 48000 movements per minute, the most ideal frequency suggested for optimal results.

Any tips for using The Magna Sonic Toothbrush?
Putting too much pressure on the teeth or scrubbing too vigorously can result in irritation or soreness to the oral tissues. Be cautious while brushing your teeth & gums and avoid putting high pressure.

Is an Ultrasonic Toothbrush better than a Sonic Toothbrush?
No. Studies have proven no significant difference between the results of using a supersonic and an ultrasonic toothbrush. Professionals suggest using a sonic toothbrush due to ease of availability & safety of use. The common frequency of an ultrasonic toothbrush is usually around 1.6 MHz (beyond the hearing capacity of human being). High frequency sometimes leads to a nullified effect, exactly why the results are unable to surpass that of using a sonic toothbrush.