(67%) Off Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50 £29.99 @ Amazon
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(67%) Off Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50 £29.99 @ Amazon

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Found 5th Mar
I was looking for electric brushes and got it .Only 3 hours remain.You can also try it. Hope it will keep price value. Thanks

specification:

  • Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
  • Easy-start programme eases you into using an electric toothbrush
  • 2 weeks battery life on a full charge
  • Inbuilt smart-timer signals when your dentist recommended 2 minutes of brushing are up
  • Our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers
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What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?
yozzer6 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


I much prefer them.
yozzer24 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


Alot better but totally different and takes some getting used too. XxxX
It’s £5 off. But heat still added. Since this is which’s #3 brush.
Edited by: "parasyte" 5th Mar
cheers OP - heat added
parasyte58 m ago

It’s £5 off. But heat still added. Since this is which’s #3 brush.


What’s number 1 and 2
nippy3235th Mar

What’s number 1 and 2


Not something you should need a toothbrush for...
yozzer1 h, 51 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


I'd go with the rotating head of an oral-b any day, had a sonicare previously and seemed pretty pointless.
yozzer2 h, 0 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


All down to personal preference. I've had both and much prefer the sonicare. Whichever you choose get the best model you can.
yozzer2 h, 28 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


Ask a dentist or hygienist and they'll almost certainly say Oral B. After a (very expensive) implant I had a conversation with my dentist about this and one point he made is that the 'sonic' type need much more technique to get the best out of them. You don't need the best/most expensive Oral B - just make sure it's 3D (model 600 and upwards in the old range - still lots on clearance for £15-£20). Brush heads for Oral B are much cheaper too.

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Edited by: "Besford" 5th Mar
yozzer2 h, 36 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


Sonic is much more effective when used correctly.
With sonic toothbrush (to get out the best results and not to break the brush itself) you need to:
Stop moving the brush sporadically around your teeth - glide it slowly across with slow and small circular motion added;
Stop applying the pressure - micro movement of bristles is most effective when they are gently placed on the surface (and there's so much more movement compared to oscillating brushes).
As it's been said - might need a bit of time to get used to it, but it's worth it.

Worth pointing out that dental floss is a must with any toothbrush... as well as tongue cleaner.
yozzer2 h, 43 m ago

What are these like compared the oral-b electric toothbrushes?


Dentists always seem to recommend Oral b but for me sonicare is better. The brush head is more like a normal sized brushed and gets the job done a lot faster. The Oral b head is tiny. I bought both and a packet of Plaque Disclosing Tablets to see which one worked best for me. Also the different brush heads you buy for each brush makes a massive difference. The new sonicare AdaptiveClean brush heads are amazing!
Been using oral b with floss action heads for years, on my last dentist visit he said although my teeth are very clean my gums were receding. I don't think I can be brushing too hard because the brush would flash if I did. He pointed out that you can cause damage with an electric toothbrush and said sonic is better. I've now got a sonic and it's much gentler on the gums and seems to clean very well. I tend to alternate between the two now as I still like the oral b.
I would say I'm not sure this is a great deal as Amazon is littered with sonics for under £20 and I'm not sure there's any difference between them all apart from lithium and nmh batteries. Mine is a no name brand and has the timers.
jumpinoffthbed12 h, 24 m ago

Been using oral b with floss action heads for years, on my last dentist …Been using oral b with floss action heads for years, on my last dentist visit he said although my teeth are very clean my gums were receding. I don't think I can be brushing too hard because the brush would flash if I did. He pointed out that you can cause damage with an electric toothbrush and said sonic is better. I've now got a sonic and it's much gentler on the gums and seems to clean very well. I tend to alternate between the two now as I still like the oral b.I would say I'm not sure this is a great deal as Amazon is littered with sonics for under £20 and I'm not sure there's any difference between them all apart from lithium and nmh batteries. Mine is a no name brand and has the timers.


Interestingly, the opposite for me but for the same reason. My dentist mentioned my gums were receding some time back, I was using a manual brush at the time, he suggested an electric brush, and specifically oral-b as the rotating design was better than brushing up and down against the gum.
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