Rota-Dent Rotadent Electric Toothbrush Review
This electric toothbrush review is part 1 of a very detailed review. I personally bought the Rota-Dent after talking to several dentists in the Southeast. The problem with traditional electric toothbrushes is that the bristles are too tough and you can begin to brush the gum lines away leading to sensitivity and a number of other dental conditions.
The obvious difference between the RotaDent and other popular electric toothbrushes such as the Sonicare or Cybersonic toothbrush, is the actually brush. It uses 90,000 filament sweeps per second with microacess flossing action.
The brush tips are designed to easily get between the tooth and gums providing floss like action. You still need to floss traditionally, but if you are tight on time, you can get by with the use of just the Rota-dent one step electric toothbrush.
To use, it is advised that you charge for 24 hours and then unplug. Continue to use the electric toothbrush until the battery has completely died before recharging. You do not want to overcharge the unit by constantly plugging it in, although it is charged.
The Rota-Dent does not seem to get as much marketing as the more popular Sonic Care electric toothbrush, however we think it should. This toothbrush saves teeth and is priced right. Ask your dentist if they carry it or order it online.
Inside each box the Rota-Dent comes with:
• Four Replacement Brush Heads
• Tongue Cleaner
• Rota-Point Interdental Cleaners
• Rota-Dent Power Handle, Vanity Stand, & Charger
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
We give the Rota-Denta 5 stars for a great product that can be utilized by all. It helped to bring my teeth back to optimal health, relive sensitivity, and make my brushing routine more convenient.