Additional Features — Daily Clean, No Case, Removes 300% more plaque along the gum line vs. manual toothbrush Bluetooth, Travel Case, 3 Refills, 6 Cleaning Modes Daily Clean, No Case, Removes 300% more plaque along the gum line vs. manual toothbrush
I bought these brush heads specifically for my daughter who wanted Frozen themed brush heads. The cars themed brush heads that my son got had Cars on the brush, so I thought these would be the same. I’m not sure how you can advertise something as being Frozen themed when the item has nothing on it. The package has a picture of Olaf. That’s it. False advertising.
We’ve been using this toothbrush for 4 months now and also the one that’s yellow/blue too. This one is more “adult” and I have noticed that it spins faster and a little more harder than the yellow/blue one. My daughter find that it’s a little too tough for her teeth. I think this would be better for more teenagers or adults.
For three months later, she was experiencing some alarming problems with her teeth. ‘My gums started to bleed as I was brushing and often I’d be spitting out bloody water into the sink,’ says the full-time mother-of-one from Margate, Kent. ‘My teeth would ache after brushing, too, and I could feel my fillings shaking as I used the brush.
InterCare – The InterCare sonicare toothbrush head is the same price as the DiamondClean brush head, but rather than focusing on the cosmetic aspects of your teeth, instead, it helps you to enjoy better gum health. In just 2 weeks, you can experience improved gum health. If you already experience gingivitis or receding gums, you should use this toothbrush as it will prevent the problem from getting worse, will clean your teeth and gums effectively, and in the case of gingivitis, it can even treat it so that eventually this condition will go away. Even if you have healthy gums at the moment, you should consider purchasing the Intercare brush head, as it will ensure that your gums won’t recede and it can also prevent gingivitis and other gum problems. Although it doesn’t promise to remove the stains from your teeth like the DiamondClean brush head does, it is still capable of removing 7 times the amount of plaque that your manual toothbrush would. These toothbrush heads are designed so that the bristles can get in between your teeth for better gum cleaning and it has a pop on brush head for easy installation. This toothbrush head fits many models of Sonicare toothbrush models including the DiamondClean, FlexCare Platinum, FlexCare+, FlexCare, HealthyWhite and EasyClean models. You’ll know when you need to change your brush head, as the blue bristles will gradually fade to white.
The unacceptable factor here is that dental disease is entirely preventable. Adopting a simple daily oral health and hygiene routine should be sufficient to develop and maintain good oral health. Brushing last thing at night and at one other time during the day with a fluoride toothpaste, cutting down on how often we have sugary foods and drinks, and visiting our dentist regularly, as often as they recommend, are three effective ways to protect our oral health.
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It teaches good habits: The electric toothbrush has always been at the forefront of oral hygiene technology, and that trend continues into the digital age. APP support has become a key feature of many new brushes. No, they don’t all feature it, but those that do are designed to train children and adults alike to practice good brushing habits. How Many contemporary electronic toothbrushes use APP technology to ensure that you brush your teeth for the dentist recommended two minutes. Some of them also monitor the regions of your mouth that you have already brushed in order to ensure that you use those 2 minutes to maximum effect and cover every necessary area.
“One of the best out there. Highly comparable to the Sonicare Series 2. Compared to its higher-end siblings, like the 3000 or 7000, the 1000 Pro lacks fancier features like different speed modes, pressure sensor, and Bluetooth connectivity. However, if you don’t have sensitive gums, you probably do not need the pressure sensor, and if you do not obsess about logging your brushing performance in an app, then you can do without Bluetooth connectivity as well. For basic effective cleaning, this one does the job. It gives 20,000 rotations per minute. Two minutes of brushing with this leaves you with a fresh-feeling mouth. Definitely a good investment.”
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The last two tests involved the feature set of a toothbrush and how comfortable it felt in the hand, along with less obvious metrics like the number of extra brush heads you get in the package or what kind of charging case a brush might have.
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At this stage, you also have deeper pockets and bleeding gums. As the severity increases, it gets more and more difficult to get healthy again. In these severe stages of periodontitis, you begin to tempt your fate with a point of no return — as in, the point where your gums will no longer respond to treatment. Surgery is frequently required in these stages.
Although we tested 13 different electric toothbrushes and oral care systems, the keen-eyed among you may notice that only 5 electric toothbrushes seem to have made the podium. So what happened to the rest?
Colleen M. Olson, RDH, earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University in 2008 and worked in sales for five years. She graduated from the Blinn College Dental Hygiene program in 2013. She is currently a full-time hygienist in private practice in San Antonio, Texas. Colleen enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, Zach, and their dogs, a Great Dane named Shiner and a shepherd mix named Duddley.
The good news is that, when topped with fluoride toothpaste to harden the surfaces of your teeth and protect against cavities, either electric or manual toothbrushes can help keep your mouth as sparklingly clean as possible. It really just depends on your situation.
That’s not to say smart toothbrushes don’t have their place, though. Imagine if the brush head could analyze tartar and plaque levels, or the quality of tooth enamel — now that’s data you can actually do something with. A silly fantasy, maybe, but even now there are firms cooking up smart toothbrushes that have real benefits. Kolibree, for example, is developing a connected toothbrush with an app that does all the boring stuff Oral-B’s does, but with games. The idea is the toothbrush becomes the controller, encouraging kids, small or big, to do the unthinkable: scrub their teeth for more than 10 seconds.
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This year’s annual meeting expanded on the message “Equality doesn’t mean Equity”. It fulfilled its goal of tackling disparities by teaching oral health advocates how to work towards equality and how to promote equity by giving everyone the same oral health opportunities.
The comparison doesn’t even come close and I really can’t understand why anyone would spend the extra money for the Diamond model when you’re not getting all the features of this model! The Platinum has the ultraviolet sanitizer for the brush head that my old model had. I really like that feature because the brush head is prone to all kinds of bacterial growth. I’m shocked the Diamond model doesn’t have that included for the money they’re wanting for that model. Finally, I greatly prefer the White Platinum color over the Black Diamond color for a toothbrush. I don’t know what Philips was thinking with that LOL! THIS is the best value in their line-up for sure!
First, let me note that most of the reviews are for the Pearl White model, but I bought the Black model. It’s slightly different in that it has 5 settings vs. 3 and there’s no charger cradle for it. However, it appears everything else is the same. It even can use the Pearl White replacement heads, which I wasn’t sure of since the replacement heads state that it’s only for the Pearl White model (in point of fact I couldn’t find the black model replacement heads on Amazon, which is why I explored this option).
You will still need to assist younger children. The power of this toothbrush can cause damage to young children’s teeth and gums without proper supervision. Young children — such as two and three year olds — may still need you to brush their teeth for them, to ensure they don’t cause unnecessary damage.
This guide is going to be constantly updated as new electric toothbrushes come out. Even as I finish typing these final words, a new electric toothbrush from Waterpik is being tested and will be added to the guide very shortly.
Sonicare is one of the best selling Philips toothbrushes around. It provides sonic technology, which is perfect for sweeping away the plaque and the bacteria from your teeth as well as breaking down bacteria and debris that may have managed to sink below the gum line. As different users have different requirements and needs, there are a few different brush heads that you can choose from for these electric toothbrushes. Read on to find out more about the kinds of sonicare toothbrushes that you can choose from.
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