Sonic toothbrushes tickle

Are you using a sonic toothbrush for the first time and can hardly keep the activated toothbrush in your mouth because it tickles so much? Then don't worry, you are certainly not alone! Many first-time sonic toothbrush users experience the same thing, especially if it's not only your first sonic toothbrush, but also your very first electric toothbrush! The difference to a manual toothbrush is even greater.


Why do sonic toothbrushes tickle?


The tickling sensation of the sonic toothbrush can be explained quite simply. There are numerous sensory receptors in the mucous membrane of the mouth (tunica mucosa oris) that are stimulated by the unusual vibration of the sonic toothbrush. They ensure that you feel the movement of the brush particularly intensely at first and that it tickles you.



How can I get used to the tickling sensation of the sonic toothbrush?


To get used to the tickling sensation of the sonic toothbrush, all you need is a little patience! Most people get used to the tickling sensation after 2-3 days. After a week at the latest, even the most sensitive will no longer notice it. It is definitely worthwhile not to give up right after the first cleaning attempt, because you will see that you will also get used to the sound technology very quickly! Then you can easily and effectively remove plaque and discolouration from your teeth with the happybrush sonic toothbrush. You only need to brush for 2 minutes twice a day.



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