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Laifen Wave: Mastering your brushing technique

Brushing your teeth isn't just about scrubbing back and forth. Everyday habits often include common mistakes, and many aren't even aware of the correct brushing methods. People apply their manual brushing techniques to electric toothbrushes. We're not questioning the effectiveness of your manual brushing method; however, the approach to electric brushing is likely different. So, what are the differences?

All you need is a willingness to learn a few toothbrushing tips to resolve this question, and you'll easily master the art of brushing. Over time, you'll notice a significant difference in your teeth.

Here you can learn some techniques for using Laifen Wave, but of course, you can also apply them to your current toothbrush if you don't want to change it.

Insert brush head into mouth first

To redefine a smooth brushing experience and prevent toothpaste splashing, it's recommended to insert the brush head into your mouth before starting the toothbrush.

Laifen Wave is designed to fully align with the dentist-recommended Bass brushing method. Its vertical oscillations allow for effective cleaning with minimal effort.

Laifen Wave is designed to fully align with the dentist-recommended Bass brushing method.

Here's how to make the most of it when you insert the brush head into your mouth before brushing.

  • Placement: Place the brush head on the gumline at a 45°angle and rest it for a moment on each tooth to effectively clean both the teeth and gums.

  • Pressure: While brushing, give slight pressure so that the bristles can penetrate the gaps between teeth for thorough cleaning.

  • Back molars: When brushing the back molars, open your mouth wider to give the brush head more space to oscillate.

  • Initial sensitivity: If you experience slight bleeding during initial use, it's likely because your teeth are not accustomed to deep cleaning. Start with the lowest setting until your teeth adjust.

Cleaning & maintenance

After brushing, it's essential to clean and maintain your Laifen Wave toothbrush for optimal performance and hygiene.

  • Rinse the brush head and handle after each use.

  • Store the brush head and handle in a cool, ventilated place.

  • Replace the brush head every three months. If the brush head shows signs of damage or deformation, replace it promptly.

Warm reminder

Remember to follow these brushing techniques and cleaning practices regularly to maintain healthy oral hygiene and maximize the effectiveness of your Wave.

Things to note

Always consult your dentist if you experience prolonged discomfort or bleeding while using the toothbrush.

Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on the brush head or handle to prevent damage.

Keep the toothbrush away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures to prolong its lifespan.

By following these recommendations and incorporating them into your daily oral care routine, you can enjoy a healthier and brighter smile with the Laifen Wave toothbrush.

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