If you are looking for an electric toothbrush that “just cleans” without a trillion different modes or a college degree to understand the manual … then this brush is for you! This is a user-friendly toothbrush powered by Oral-B’s 3D brushing technology – it rotates, oscillates and pulsates.
The brush handle is ergonomic in design with a rubber area on the front, and comes in blue and white. The brush is customisable by using the brush head suitable for your teeth for example you can buy softer brush heads for sensitive teeth, or brushes specially designed for people who have dental work. [Read more…]
If you are after a state-of-the-art electric toothbrush and are a bit of a gadget geek, this one’s for you! One of the main competitors to Philips Sonicare range is the Oral-B Professional Care Smart Series 5000 with SmartGuide. Here is a brush that not only pulsates, but it rotates and oscillates as well! It also claims to have twice as many brush movements than other electric toothbrushes, whilst destroying and removing more plaque than its leading sonic-powered adversaries. [Read more…]
This is an electric toothbrush that does all the work for you, all you have to do is hold the handle and it will decide how long you should brush each section of your mouth for, and for how long. As well as cleaning your teeth and improving the healthiness of your gums, according to the Philips website, The Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 can make teeth up to two shades whiter in two weeks. [Read more…]
The Philips Sonicare HX5610 Essence 5600 electric toothbrush makes the daily habit of keeping your teeth clean even easier with its Sonic technology, and will make your dentist proud of you. It comes in at a low-to-mid range priced electric toothbrush giving you all the functions you need to keep your teeth clean and healthy, although it does not have all the features and refinements of a more expensive model. [Read more…]
Electric Toothbrush Reviews
“You need to get an electric toothbrush”, these were the words spoken by my dentist upon my last 6-monthly visit. Apparently my teeth are susceptible to plaque build-up and the manual toothbrush I was using at the time just wasn’t cutting it. To make matters worse, I even had pockets of gum disease forming in certain areas of my mouth! I was shocked, horrified and very embarrassed that I had let my dental hygiene deteriorate so badly and was determined to get things back on track. [Read more…]