New developments in oscillation-rotation brushes

June 15, 2022
Join Dr. Stephanie Gans as she discusses the benefits of using an oscillation-rotation electric toothbrush. She highlights the Oral-B iO.

Dr. Stephanie Gans joins Amber Auger, RDH, to discuss the benefits of using an oscillation-rotation electric toothbrush. 

While some dental professionals tell patients it doesn't matter what brush they use as long as they "brush properly," some research shows otherwise. Evidence shows that an electric toothbrush performs better to remove plaque and help prevent oral health problems. All brushes are not created equal.

Dr. Gans highlights Oral-B’s newest innovation in power brush technology—the Oral-B iO. Oral-B iO combines Oral-B’s professionally-inspired iconic round brush head with the gentle energy of micro-vibrations for a sensational clean patients can’t resist. See if it's right for your practice.

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Amber Auger, MPH, RDH, is a practicing dental hygienist and creator of Thrive in the OP. Additionally, she is the editorial director of the RDH Graduate newsletter, host of #AskAmberRDH, the 2019 Sunstar/RDH Award of Distinction recipient, and an international speaker. Amber specializes in the integration of the latest science into practical protocols for chairside implementation, and can be reached at [email protected]

About the Author

Amber Auger, MPH, RDH

Amber Auger, MPH, RDH, is an international lecturer, a 2019 Sunstar/RDH Award of Distinction recipient, editorial director for RDH Graduate, creator of Thrive in the Op, and certified Functional RDH. Amber has more than 18 years of experience in the dental field and has been practicing dental hygiene since 2010. An active mentor to fellow hygienists, she champions personal and professional growth through her innovative Thrive in the Op on-demand courses and live coaching sessions. She can be reached at [email protected].

Updated March 28, 2024