A toothbrush is an essential tool for proper oral hygiene. While there are dozens of different types of toothbrushes, most are either manual or electric. The following two reports explore the electric toothbrush market and where it's headed.
Electric toothbrushes are characterized by the use of an electronically driven motor that rotates the brushing head. As the motor spins the brushing head, it provides an unparalleled level of cleaning power that's simply not achieved through traditional manual brushing.
Because of this, many dentists and dental professional recommend electric toothbrushes to their clients.
There are two different types of electric toothbrushes: vibration and rotation oscillation.
Vibration electric toothbrushes differ from their rotating counterparts in the sense that they vibrate. As the brushing head vibrates, it knocks back and forth to provide additional cleaning power.
The way in which these electric toothbrushes are used varies depending on the type. With a rotating toothbrush, the user should move is horizontally across his or her teeth.
With a vibrating toothbrush, the user should brush his or her teeth just like they were using a manual toothbrush.
Electric toothbrushes have actually been around for several decades, with the first model being introduced in the United States back in 1938. At the time, they lacked the versatility and power needed for high performance.
This led to stagnant sales and poor market visibility. But in recent years, companies have improved the designs and technology of their electric toothbrushes, allowing for a better and more effective alternative to manual brushing.
The United States Electric Toothbrush Market 2018 report by The Market Reports explorers the electric toothbrush market in the United States. Electric toothbrushes are used in countless regions throughout the world.
They've become increasingly popular, however, in the United States, where millions of men, women and children use them on a daily basis as part of their oral hygiene regimen.
Some of the key U.S. electric toothbrush vendors profiled in this report include Philips Sonicare, Oral-B (P & G), Panasonic, Omron Healthcare, Colgate-Palmolive, Foreo, Wellness Oral Care, Pursonic, Smilex, Kolibree, Interplak, Lion, Lg, Bayer, Lfcare and more.
The Global Electric Toothbrush Sales Market 2018 report by The Market Reports is a second professional study of the electric toothbrush market. While the first report specifically covers the United States, however, this report covers the entire world.
Featuring 112 pages, it offers an in-depth look at the market and where it's headed.
This report segments the global electric toothbrush market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into rechargeable and battery.
On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into adults and children. Finally, the report segments the electric toothbrush market by geographic region, covering key regions like the United States, China, Europe, Japan, Southeast Asia and India.
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