Oral B io vs Diamondclean Smart

Detailed comparison: what is the big difference between the Sonicare DiamondClean Smart and Oral B iO? The two of these brushes achieve the exact same results: well cleaned teeth. Both brushes provide much more customization and options of brushing. However, there are a number of differences between these two.The first and possibly most crucial difference is the cleaning action . Cleaning Action The Diamondclean Smart comes with a sonic cleaning activity as opposed to the oscillating rotating and pulsating activity of the Oral B iO. The sonic technology uses two methods to thoroughly clean the teeth. The first is a physical side-to-side cleaning activity of the brush thanks to the multiple movements of the sonic action. The 2nd is a non-contact strategy which uses the sonic technology that produces burbles that sweep through teeth crevices to disrupt plaque beyond the point of the bristles. Oral-B’s cleaning is actually completed via an oscillating, pulsating rotating movement, and micro vibrations, that is only found in the IO series. Oral-B brushes have a little, round brush head which moves forth and back (side to side movements) in a circular motion to help you remove plaque as well as dental debris. The motion of the bristles as well as the head itself basically scrub the teeth clean. You do not have to frequently move the bush up and down, but just let the brush glide across all angles of the teeth. Micro vibrations provide an additional dimension to the IO. This is basically a’ non-contact’ type of brushing and depends on pulsations/vibrations as Sonicare brushes do. Whilst the cleaning activity found on the Oral B iO is much more highly regarded scientifically, both do a great job and there is actually insignificant difference between them. The second difference is the look and feel of the io versus Diamondclean Smart There’s obviously some similarity in the general style, but there are a few important differences to look at. Oral-B have made substantial strides with the iO, improving the overall design and aesthetics to be competitive with Sonicare. However, in spite of the iO being much more closely matched than ever before, the Diamondclean Smart actually looks somewhat more premium than the IO. It seems classy and quite refined. Both handles are similarly shaped, they have that rounded style handles. Both toothbrushes feel sound in hand and seem reliable and durable. However, the Smart is 10 grams heavier than the IO but this is such a minute difference that does not affect the effectiveness of either brush. Both have a specific on button as well as cleaning mode select button to power the brush on and shift through the cleaning modes. Differences in Buttons Display The buttons on the iO are actually of the very same concave layout, but do have a rubber/silicone coating to them to make them a bit more grippy in comparison to the Diamond Smart. Although they’re practically invisible until they’re backlit, the DiamondClean has different mode labels on the front side … Read more

Sonic vs Oscillating Toothbrush

Rotary electric toothbrush vs Sonic electric toothbrush? Most electric toothbrushes mostly operate on two cleaning techniques: the sonic and oscillating toothbrushes. The distinction between these 2 types of brushes is actually simple the sonic brush utilizes vibrations to loosen the plaque from the teeth and gums, while an oscillating brush rotates quickly back and forth to achieve exactly the same thing. They both do a fantastic job of removing plaque from the teeth. Both cleaning techniques are a much better option as opposed to the manual toothbrush. What is the difference is between a Sonic toothbrush and an oscillating toothbrush? Sonic brushes are designed to produce rapid back-and-forth motions that cause the bristles to rapidly strike against your teeth, which can cause vibrations. This helps with plaque removal and gives you a better clean than an electric toothbrush that can only move in one direction. Sonic toothbrushes have been shown to remove more plaque than manual toothbrushes. The typical sonic brush has bristles that spin about 14,000 cycles per minute (14,000 Hz). However, some companies make claims that their brushes spin even faster than this. Sonic toothbrushes are good at cutting down on the amount of time needed to remove plaque. Sonic toothbrushes have been shown to remove 15% – 30% more plaque than manual brushes. The sonic motion can scrape away some of the tartar, but it does not cause it to flake off. Some oscillating brushes vibrate, while others tip in a pulsating manner. The former is called vibratory mode, while the latter is referred to as oscillation mode. While both types of brushes pass over the teeth in gentle, circular motions, they differ in speed and pressure. Sonic toothbrushes are meant to be used with toothpaste that contains abrasive particles designed to polish your teeth. The brush is meant to take care of those surfaces that have been missed by manual brushing. It also helps remove plaque and bacteria, which can lead to gum disease. Oscillating brushes are meant for people who want a more complete clean feeling than they would achieve with a manual toothbrush. Oscillating toothbrushes have vibration modes and brush heads that do not oscillate. Both types of brushes can be used by children, as well as adults, although they may need some help in learning how to use them overall. The average brushing time for those using oscillating brushes is about three minutes. Most dentists recommend brushing for two to three minutes, so it doesn’t matter which one someone uses so long as they are brushing that long. Some studies have shown that the action of an oscillating toothbrush can reduce plaque and gingivitis when compared to a manual toothbrush. No difference was found in those using sonic brushes. Although it is important to visit your dentist regularly, the oscillating or sonic toothbrushes are unlikely to damage your teeth or gums provided they are used properly. Oscillating Rotary Electric Toothbrushes Oscillating Rotary Electric Toothbrushes have bristles that are arranged in a circular round … Read more

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