When we get a new gadget, it’s almost always exciting. Even a minor update to an old device is likely to be better than expected. The introduction of the Vibrating Teeth toothbrush felt like something special, too. It promised more ways to clean your teeth and was designed with triggers that made it highly efficient in terms of time and effort. It went on sale in most US stores back in October 2014 and has become one of our most popular products since then. So what exactly is going on behind the scenes? Here’s how we created the vibrating toothbrush last month! 

Last month, we release a brand new Vibrating Teeth toothbrush called “The Hummer”. We bought a lot of stock because it was so new and we wanted to make sure everyone has the chance to experience its benefits. 

How does it work? 

The Hummer is one of those gadgets that would be useless if it wasn’t for its unique usefulness. It leaves you with a nice vibration that can wake you up in the morning and make you feel fresh before showtime. With its speed control feature, it can be maximally Vibrating Teeth or simply give a mild massage while cleaning your teeth. 

The toothbrush is a small device about the size of your phone. It is made from plastic, so it’s not too heavy to hold. The battery can last from six to seven days depending on the speed level. If you use it once a day for an hour, you’ll have to recharge for about half an hour. 

But what’s really unique about The Hummer is that it has weights on its back side and sensors that can feel your pressure when you brush your teeth. The front side is where the motor and speed controller are located. The one and a half minutes of vibration that you get will be felt all over your gums and teeth, but the most noticeable sensation is actually the way your teeth vibrate.

The sensation is completely different from what you feel while brushing your teeth. It’s just like the sound of a buzzsaw: the more you move the toothbrush up and down, the louder it gets. The accelerated buzz makes it easy for you to control how much pressure you put on your teeth and to leave enough room for flossing. You can use The Hummer twice each time. 

Eight Vibrating Teeth Tips That Will Make You Influential 

When it comes to enhancing your appearance, some methods are more effective than others. Here are ten Vibrating Teeth tips that will help you stand out in a crowd and get the celebrity treatment: 

  1. Be proactive with dental care. Take care of your smile by brushing twice daily and flossing every day – this is going to make a huge difference in how you look. Brush at least two minutes each time, but the dentist will put your mind at ease if they can see that you have been brushing for six minutes or more each time. 
  • Reach out to your dentist. If you are experiencing any discomfort or have a question, don’t hesitate to call your dentist. If you don’t know where to start, ask your friends and family members who they recommend. Good dentists will be more than willing to help you out in any way they can. 
  • Use whitening toothpaste. Many people believe that whitening toothpastes are overpriced marketing scams, but this is simply not true! They can actually improve the appearance of your teeth, and you only need a tiny bit each time – so it’s very affordable in the long run. 
  • Consider getting a custom fit mouth guard. People can often have breathing issues from grinding their teeth at night, which may result in a significant amount of tooth wear. Custom fit mouth guards are very inexpensive and are often covered by dental insurance, which means that your insurance company will cover most of the cost!
  • Use whitening strips. Not only do whitening strips reduce the appearance of stains, but they also keep your teeth feeling smooth and clean all day long. People are going to assume that you just left the dentist’s office when they see how white your Vibrating Teeth look!
  • Use high quality dental floss. Far too many people use floss made by their local grocery store, but this can lead to some serious issues such as painful gums and even tooth loss. When you are using floss made by the dentist, you will experience much less discomfort and will be more likely to floss regularly.
  • Use an electric dentist’s chair. There is nothing that kills your self-confidence like a poorly done teeth cleaning – fillings are very expensive and not everyone can afford them. Nowadays, there are operating rooms that actually have dental chairs in them – these make teeth cleanings much easier!
  • Brush your tongue. Your tongue is the biggest organ in your body – it has more nerve endings than your fingertips. 

Your Business Requires Vibrating Teeth. Find out why! 

Vibrating toothpaste cups. Vibrating Teeth mouth guards. Vibrating gum disease prevention products. All of these may sound like great ideas, but they are actually incredibly ineffective at what they are supposed to do: ensure your teeth and gums stay healthy. 

In reality, the only thing that can help your oral health is proper brushing and flossing technique — most people just don’t do it correctly! If you have any doubts about the importance of this basic skill, just ask a dentist or hygienist about their favorite ways to help people brush their teeth properly. 

Several factors contribute to bad brushing habits, but one of the most common reasons is something your dentist or hygienist may not have ever covered with you: your toothbrush. Do you know how a toothbrush is supposed to fit in your mouth? Do you know how to adjust it correctly? If not, here’s a look at why they’re such an important part of any dental care regimen and why you should never assume that one size fits all. 

Brushing Basics 

Bristles that are too soft can’t remove plaque efficiently, and stiff and hard bristles can scratch the enamel around your teeth. The key is finding a toothbrush that allows you to brush your teeth efficiently without causing damage or pain. 

While it’s hard to say exactly what the perfect toothbrush looks like for you, there is a way to make sure you have the right fit. First, line up your front teeth with your mouth closed and place the head of the toothbrush lightly against them. Your bristles should sit about halfway between the gum line and tip of your tooth — if they do, it should feel comfortable. If not, try a different size or look for one specifically designed to fit better in your mouth. 

Just as important as the right toothbrush size is using it correctly — this is where many people fail to get the most out of their dental care.   You’ve probably heard that you should spend two minutes brushing your Vibrating Teeth each time you brush — but even if you can consistently do this, it’s not always the best way to care for them. The way you brush matters just as much as how long you brush, and here’s why: in order to remove plaque from your teeth, you need to do at least 40 strokes of your toothbrush per quadrant of your mouth.