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  1. Arti says:

    From smart brushes that connect to your smartphone to help chart your brushing habits, to Artificial Intelligence that will learn how and when you brush to give you advice on the best overall clean, the world of electric toothbrushes has evolved in the last few years. If you go just over or just under the two minutes, don’t worry, your teeth aren’t going to fall out, but you should stick as close to this routine as you possibly can. These more advanced features typically come with a heftier price tag, so only consider them if you have the cash to spend. Dentists recommend brushing for two minutes twice a day with toothpaste that ideally has fluoride in it.

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