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Benefits Of Using Brushlee On Your Health

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Looking to brighten up your smile? The answer could be a new toothbrush. Tangible benefits can include whiter teeth, healthier gums, fresher breath or reduced sensitivity. There’s a huge range to choose from though, and a wide spread of prices. From manual to auto toothbrush, there are several toothbrushes on the market.

 

A manual toothbrush can clean your teeth and remove plaque just as well as powered ones. But with electric toothbrushes, you can step it up a notch by hitting harder-to-reach nooks and crannies, cleaning with more ease and brushing for longer.

 

The right toothbrush for you depends on your personal preference—do you want a classic brush that costs a couple bucks at the drugstore? Or do you want to shell out for an electric toothbrush that does some of the work for you?

 

According to the American Dental Association, they both work equally well to clean your teeth. But a powered toothbrush might help you ditch some of your bad brushing habits—like not going for long enough and failing to hit hard-to-reach spots

 

If you want a toothbrush that truly does it all, Brushlee is the most genuinely multi-purpose product you should consider. It would help you to prevent tooth decay, gingivitis, plaque, bad breath and sensitivity — all while whitening your teeth.

 

Brushlee is gentle on your teeth and gums, easy to maneuver, and actually improves your brushing technique. Brushlee can also auto-forms within 10 seconds of activation. With Brushlee, struggling to keep your teeth white would be a thing of the past.

 

Wondering how to get started with Brushlee? Visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/brushlee/brush-lee for more information.

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after I read this topic, I immediately watched how to use Lee's brush on YouTube, because I just heard about this. I like it very much, and is it expensive?

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Interesting thing here, I guess it does gives me a new perspective on tooth brushing. :P

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