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Electric Toothbrushes Review - Which Ones Are Best?



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By : Roberto Sedycias    29 or more times read
Submitted 2010-04-09 00:00:00
Looking for the right toothbrush can be overwhelming. There are lots to pick over and each model has many different kinds. Some people might say that they work all the same, as they simply just vibrate against the teeth, however there are differences between the brushes that make some great and some not so fantastic.

The Sonicare Advance 4100 is a nice looking toothbrush. It is great at removing stains and it has a two minute timer that signals when you are ready to stop brushing. It also has a long brushing time and a two year warranty. The disadvantages are that it has few extra features and is not a long lasting brush to own, the bristles move so fast that it can often be too tickling to enjoy at first.

The Sonicare Elite 7300 is an attractive model that is super easy to use. It features a two minute timer to let you know when teeth brushing are up. It is easy to travel with thanks the travel case it comes with and it also has a two year warranty attached to it. The downside is that it is pretty pricey and the high speed can cause tickling to occur.

The Sonicare Essence 5300 is the best at cleaning off coffee and smoke stains. It has a two minute handy timer and is easy to travel with. It also is equipped with a two year warranty that might give you confidence when buying it. The drawbacks with this brush are that it has few extra features and is again ticklish to use.

The Oral B pulsonic has some great features and it has 30 second intervals for its timed brushing. This toothbrush is very quiet so you won`t disturb anyone in the morning when you brush and it also has a long two year warranty. The downside is that it has a non stable big brush and it doesn`t have any compatible tooth brush heads available to use with it.

The Oral B sonic complete has lots of extra features. It also has a timer for two minute intervals and is easy to use and hold. The drawback to buying this brush is that is has a high failure rate, which means that if you buy it chances are it will fail on you. And when it is not failing, it can be quite ticklish to the mouth.

The Ultreo Ultrasound electric toothbrush is a powerful one to have. It has an ultrasound wave guide technology that gives you a mighty brush. It also has lots of perks and a long charge time. This brush will give you a two minute signal for optimum teeth brushing. The negative aspects of the brush are that it is pretty expensive and there is not addition that supports the brush heads. And the larger brush head is not appropriate for some people.

When you are looking for the perfect electric tooth brush take into consideration that most vibrating toothbrushes work the same. The differences lay in its ability to charge, stay charged and last. A good quality brush will last a long time, where a cheaper one maybe just a few months.

People love using electric tooth brushes because their teeth actually feel clean after using it, unlike with a regular brush that can leave food stuck on the teeth.
Author Resource:- You can have access to articles in Portuguese language from page Articles Roberto Sedycias works as IT consultant for Polomercantil
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