Chattering teeth

I’ve used my new electric toothbrush twice now, and the verdict is…I don’t know yet. It makes my whole head vibrate, but I’ve been told I’ll get used to it.  We’ll see.  I do like how it makes my mouth feel once I’m done, though.  I feel super clean.  I just need to learn the tricks, I guess.  When I used it last night, I put the toothpaste on the brush and turned it on before it was in my mouth.  Toothpaste flew everywhere.  I didn’t turn it on until it was against my teeth this morning.  Much better.  Is there anything else I should know about?

8 Comments

  1. penguinslippers

    I think that’s about it. I remember being initially startled by the vibration, but I got used to it really quickly. And I love that toothbrush. My teeth feel so much cleaner than with a regular brush (as you’ve already discovered.)

  2. Chuck

    I refuse to vibrate my lips. I do it the old fashion way with elbow grease, dental floss and lots of smiling at myself in the mirror.

  3. Zannah

    Hey, my lips aren’t vibrating. But it’s a lot harder to brush the inside of my top teeth. The toothbrush tickles the roof of my mouth almost more than I can stand!

  4. Chuck

    I guess vanity will get me about as far as not having tickly lips. Well, that and the admiration of myself. Those buzzing toothbrushes are a miniature vibrator with bristles on it. (My lovely bride may throw me out of the blogosphere for THAT little observation)

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