What Are the Best Sonic Toothbrushes?

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The best sonic toothbrush is the Sonicare, which has large bristles, oscillates quickly and beeps every 30 seconds to help with the appropriate brushing time. Use a Sonicare toothbrush, remembering to replace the head every three months, with advice from a dental hygienist in this free video on oral hygiene and dental health.

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The best Sonicare toothbrush on the market is the actual Sonicare. The reason I like it is because it actual, actually has a toothbrush head. Cause, some of em' you see the circular head, the circular bristle which I don't have, actually I don't have a demonstration piece, but the circular bristle ones are good for young kids because it, children's teeth are very small and the circular bristles can actually cover the whole tooth structure; whereas, for an adult, they would actually have to work really hard at it. Where, with the Sonicare the bristles are large enough and they oscillate fast enough, at 13,000 brush strokes per minute, that you can get the whole quadrant without having to move the toothbrush at all. You just kind of hold it steady in the mouth until it, the thirty seconds is up, and it beeps and asks you to switch. This switching motion will break up in four quadrant and have you do thirty seconds up top, thirty seconds on the bottom, thirty seconds up top, and thirty seconds on the bottom, and then it will turn off, and you can turn it back on so you can brush your tongue very thoroughly. Also, with the Sonicare, you want to make sure, to get the best result from your Sonicare change the brush head every three to six months, because these little motors, if they get all gunked up they will not work as properly, so you change the brush head every three to six months to get the best out of your Sonicare toothbrush.

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