Boka's toothbrushes deliver a deep clean, gently with activated charcoal bristles. Our electric toothbrush uses advanced sonic technology, while our manual toothbrush has silky-soft bristles.

Questions About Electric and Manual Toothbrushes

Step into the World of Smiles! Explore our Toothbrushes FAQs. Curious about advanced tech, sleek designs, or gentle bristles? Find answers here. Ready for a brighter smile? Dive in and buy online with Boka!

What is the difference between manual and electric toothbrushes?

Manual toothbrushes offer users direct control over their brushing techniques, allowing adjustment of pressure and speed based on personal preference. They are cost-effective, portable, and require no charging, making them accessible and convenient. 

In contrast, electric toothbrushes provide consistent and efficient cleaning through oscillating or rotating brush heads. They often feature timers and pressure sensors, ensuring optimal brushing duration and preventing excessive force. 

Electric brushes are especially useful for individuals with limited dexterity. The choice between manual and electric toothbrushes depends on individual preferences, budget, and specific dental needs.

What are the different types of toothbrushes that Boka offers?

Boka offers two types of toothbrushes: the Classic Toothbrush and the Electric Toothbrush

The Classic Toothbrush is a manual option designed for everyday use, while the Electric Toothbrush utilizes advanced technology for efficient and thorough cleaning. Both options cater to different preferences, ensuring a comprehensive oral care experience for Boka customers.

How to use an electric toothbrush?

Using an electric toothbrush is straightforward. Here's a step-by-step guide:

  1. Apply Toothpaste: Place a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on the brush head.
  2. Position the Brush: Place the brush head against your teeth before turning it on to avoid splattering toothpaste
  3. Turn On the Brush: Press the power button to turn on the electric toothbrush.
  4. Brushing Technique: Hold the brush against your teeth and gums, moving it gently in a circular or back-and-forth motion. Let the brush do the work; there's no need to scrub vigorously
  5. Cover All Areas: Brush the outer surfaces, inner surfaces, and chewing surfaces of your teeth. Don't forget to brush your tongue and the roof of your mouth for comprehensive cleaning
  6. Timer Guidance: Many electric toothbrushes have built-in timers. Brush for the recommended time (usually two minutes) and let the brush pause or signal when it's time to move to another section of your mouth
  7. Rinse and Clean: Spit out the excess toothpaste but don't rinse immediately. This allows the toothpaste to continue protecting your teeth. After brushing, clean the brush head thoroughly and store it properly
  8. Turn Off the Brush: After cleaning, turn off the brush and rinse your mouth

It's essential to follow the specific guidelines provided by the electric toothbrush manufacturer for your particular model, as features and usage might vary. If you're using a Boka electric toothbrush, you can refer to the guidelines mentioned in the product manual.

What to look for when buying an electric toothbrush?

When buying an electric toothbrush, consider the brushing technology (oscillating, sonic, etc.) for your preference. 

Look for features like timers, pressure sensors, and various brushing modes (e.g., sensitive or whitening). Check the battery life, charging method, and brush head compatibility. 

Consider the reputation of the brand and ensure the toothbrush fits your budget. Boka's Electric Toothbrush 2.0, for instance, offers advanced sonic technology, activated charcoal bristles, a built-in timer, and a stylish design, making it a top choice for you.