- 1 Are all Sonicare toothbrush heads the same?
- 2 What is the difference between Sonicare C1 and C2?
- 3 How long do Philips electric toothbrush heads last?
- 4 Should I leave my Sonicare on the charger?
- 5 Do all Sonicare brush heads fit all models?
- 6 Do generic Sonicare brush heads work?
- 7 Are Sonicare brush heads soft or medium?
- 8 Which electric toothbrush is best for receding gums?
- 9 How often should you change head on electric toothbrush?
- 10 How long should a Philips Sonicare toothbrush last?
- 11 How often should you replace an electric toothbrush?
- 12 Why won’t my Sonicare toothbrush head come off?
- 13 Why does my Sonicare toothbrush head keeps coming off?
- 14 How do I change the battery in my Sonicare toothbrush?
Are all Sonicare toothbrush heads the same?
Most Sonicare heads are interchangeable This means whether you have a DiamondClean Smart or a FlexCare brush handle you can use the ProResults Gum Health or the Sensitive brush head or the AdaptiveClean head if you prefer. You can swap as frequently or infrequently as you like.
What is the difference between Sonicare C1 and C2?
What is the difference between Sonicare C1 vs C2? The manufacturer claims that the C2 Optimal Plaque Control brush head removes 7x more plaque than the manual brush. It is significantly more than 2x of the C1 brush head. Another difference is the BrushSync chip built in the C2 brush head.
How long do Philips electric toothbrush heads last?
It is recommended to replace your Philips Sonicare Brush Head every three months of normal use (brushing twice a day) or when the blue indicator bristles wear out. One reason is because brush heads can get weary and will be less effective in removing plague.
Should I leave my Sonicare on the charger?
You can always keep your Philips Sonicare Toothbrush on a plugged-in charger between brushing. This will not affect the battery lifespan of your toothbrush.
Do all Sonicare brush heads fit all models?
All Sonicare models are interchangeable with the others when it comes to brush heads. So you won’t have to worry too much about whether or not a specific brush head will fit your brush handle.
Do generic Sonicare brush heads work?
Although the generic brush heads will get the job done, the bristles in the ones we tested felt stiffer (and a bit prickly, even) compared with the brand-name ones. The ADA recommends using a brush with soft bristles, as firmer brushes are harsher on gums and can lead to wear and tear and even gum recession.
Are Sonicare brush heads soft or medium?
Uniquely designed with ultra soft bristles, the Philips Sonicare Sensitive brush head is soft on teeth and gums, yet effective on plaque.
Which electric toothbrush is best for receding gums?
Here are a few of the best electric toothbrushes on the market.
- Best Overall: Philips Sonicare 4100 Electric Toothbrush.
- Best for Travel: Oral-B The IO series.
- Best for Sensitive and Receding Gums: Sonicare Flexcare platinum.
- Best for Sensitive Teeth: Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100.
How often should you change head on electric toothbrush?
Ongoing tips for your electric toothbrush Replace your Oral-B ® Electric Toothbrush brush head every three months, or when the blue Indicator® bristles fade halfway to white, or earlier if you notice fraying.
How long should a Philips Sonicare toothbrush last?
Based on a typical use of brushing your teeth twice every day, for 2 minutes each time, your Sonicare electric toothbrush should last 3 weeks after a single complete recharge. This means you do not have to charge it every night.
How often should you replace an electric toothbrush?
Your dentist along with the ADA will always recommend replacing your electric or manual toothbrush after using it for three to four months at a minimum. Doing so will keep your mouth healthy and clean, and keep the germs away as well.
Why won’t my Sonicare toothbrush head come off?
To remove a brush head that’s stuck on your toothbrush, try running the toothbrush’s top section under warm water for at least ten seconds. Then, see if you can pull it off. You might have to give it quite a forceful tug, but it should come right off.
Why does my Sonicare toothbrush head keeps coming off?
Brush head is not attached properly Ensure that the brush head is inserted properly and aligned in the same direction as the front handle. Note: There will be a small gap between the brush head and handle. This is normal.
How do I change the battery in my Sonicare toothbrush?
The basic method is:
- Open and dismantle handle.
- De-solder old battery.
- Replace battery.
- Solder in new battery.
- Reassemble handle.