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Which is the go to electric toothbrush

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Nov 11, 2013
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Which is the go to electric toothbrush

The one that is known to be the best? There are too many choices out there. :rolleyes:
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Newbie
Nov 4, 2009
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Winnipeg
I have used both Oral B and Sonic Care. I find that Oral B is good and not too expensive. Sonic Care is more expensive but provides me a more through cleaning. The real problem is I still need to brush my teeth twice a day and floss.
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Nov 24, 2013
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Toronto
Oral B. Have been using the brands for years. Always wanted to give SonicCare a shot.
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Oct 5, 2008
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2 dentists in the family...they recommend Sonicare
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Aug 12, 2007
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I went from Interplak years ago, to Oral B, and finally to Sonicare.
And I can tell you Sonicare is by far the best out there.

You don't need to buy expensive models - this basic model Philips Sonicare DailyClean Clean 2100 is only $29.99 at Amazon. It uses the same brush head and sonic speed as their most expensive ones. So it cleans as well as the more expensive models, which has slimmer and lighter bodies, better batteries, brush head change reminder (which is an annoyance) and different "modes" (which you will never use).
Newbie
Dec 13, 2007
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Yup after years with Braun finally switched to Sonicare. Feels like its cleaning more vigoursly. Not sure if if its due to up and down vs circular cleaning.
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Nov 11, 2013
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nosnoop wrote: I went from Interplak years ago, to Oral B, and finally to Sonicare.
And I can tell you Sonicare is by far the best out there.

You don't need to buy expensive models - this basic model Philips Sonicare DailyClean Clean 2100 is only $29.99 at Amazon. It uses the same brush head and sonic speed as their most expensive ones. So it cleans as well as the more expensive models, which has slimmer and lighter bodies, better batteries, brush head change reminder (which is an annoyance) and different "modes" (which you will never use).
Thank you buying that one 🧡🧡
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Sonicare, and don’t bother with the premium versions. The regular one is just as good. Also suggest getting the replacement heads at Costco when they are on sale (39.99 for 5, about twice a year)
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