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Philips Sonicare Flexcare Platinum, Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, Grey : $83.15

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go with the diamondcare, much better reliability imo.
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I used Sonicare for 20+ years since the late 90s, it wore my enamel down causing severe sensitivity & migraines.
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I used Sonicare for 20+ years since the late 90s, it wore my enamel down causing severe sensitivity & migraines.
I've used Sonicare for 15+ years and haven't had a cavity. Prior to switching I kept getting cavities. To each their own, everybody is different.
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go with the diamondcare, much better reliability imo.
Do you mean Philips "Diamonclean"? I checked Amazon, they're $246 for what I'd assume to be the latest model
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I was thinking about buying this one to finally see the hype behind electric toothbrushes but some of the reviews are making me weary...anybody ever try this specific kind? Any input on these kinds in general?
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I used Sonicare for 20+ years since the late 90s, it wore my enamel down causing severe sensitivity & migraines.
You must be brushing hard.
Technically you have gently walk the electric brush. you cannot use electric brush with same motion as a regular manual brush. Secondly never invest in a electric brush that does not have a pressure sensor.
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I've used Sonicare for 15+ years and haven't had a cavity. Prior to switching I kept getting cavities. To each their own, everybody is different.
I didn't say anything about cavities but I think anybody that brushes a little too hard for 20+ years with Sonicare will destroy their enamel as well. And once it's gone it's gone for good. Yours may be worn down more than you know already, you can't really tell until it's too late.
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You must be brushing hard.
Technically you have gently walk the electric brush. you cannot use electric brush with same motion as a regular manual brush. Secondly never invest in a electric brush that does not have a pressure sensor.
I probably brushed a little too hard but not much, I never used it like a regular toothbrush I let it do most of the work. I never had one with a pressure sensor, it may have saved my teeth but I think Sonicare should have some kind of warning on the box.
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