Press the power button on your electric toothbrush once to activate Bluetooth . The app will let you know when your electric toothbrush has been located.
The smart, or Bluetooth , toothbrush records brushing times, how long you brush different areas of the mouth, how much pressure you apply, what angle you hold the brush at, and more, and the app lets you know all of these data points.
To turn the toothbrush off, hold the on/off button until the brush stops. When you turn it back on again, it will be back in Daily Clean mode. You can reset the handle by holding on/off button for 10 seconds. All the lights should do a double-blink simultaneously to let you know that this has been successful.
Synchronizing Open the battery compartment of your Smart Guide and hold down the ‘h/min’ button for 3 seconds until the display starts flashing ‘L ‐ ‐ ‐’ Switch on your toothbrush for a few seconds until the SmartGuide displays ‘L ‐ 1 ‐’ Switch off your toothbrush.
Step 1: Pair a Bluetooth accessory Swipe down from the top of the screen. Touch and hold Bluetooth . Tap Pair new device . If you don’t find Pair new device , check under “Available devices ” or tap More. Refresh. Tap the name of the Bluetooth device you want to pair with your device . Follow any on-screen instructions.
Press the on/ off button and the mode button simultaneously for 3 seconds to disable the interfaces completely. Turn the toothbrush handle back on, you should now notice that the Bluetooth icon just above the power bar is now turned off , meaning your Bluetooth is deactivated.
Turn on the toothbrush using the on/off button – it will start in Daily Clean mode. To switch to the other modes , press the on/off button again. Keep pressing it to cycle through the brushing modes your toothbrush has. To turn the toothbrush off, hold the on/off button until the brush stops.
It is possible to share an electric toothbrush With an electric toothbrush , the brush heads (the bit with the bristles) are designed to be removed from the brush handle and replaced. Now it’s ok to be sharing a toothbrush with multiple people! This is of course not the case with a manual brush.
Many dental professionals recommend changing your toothbrush about every three months, and the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you replace your toothbrush approximately every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed.
First thing to do is check that the power outlet you are using is working as it should. If it’s attached to a bathroom cabinet, for example, the light switch on the cabinet may need to be switched on to power the socket. Make sure you are not charging the toothbrush on a metal surface.
Life Span . The average life span of an electric toothbrush is 3-5 years.
From the moment the brush is turned on, a built-in timer is activated. At the end of the 2 minute cleaning cycle, the motor in the brush pauses and restarts briefly three times. This pausing of the brush motor causes the brushing sensation to change as well as the sound of the brush. 6 дней назад
The principle is that you spend 30 seconds for each quadrant of the mouth (upper right, upper left, lower right and lower left). Almost all Oral – B brushes have a timer built-in which will give an audible tone via a pause in the brushing at 30 second intervals and then at the end of the 2 minute cycle.
The app tracks how long you brush, how often you brush, whether you applied too much pressure while brushing, and how often you flossed, cleaned your tongue, and rinsed.