- 1 What are the different Sonicare brush heads?
- 2 Which Philips Sonicare toothbrush is the best?
- 3 What is the difference between Sonicare DiamondClean models?
- 4 What is the difference between Sonicare 4100 and 5100?
- 5 Do all Sonicare brush heads fit all models?
- 6 Are Sonicare brush heads soft or medium?
- 7 Is Sonicare really better?
- 8 Can Sonicare damage teeth?
- 9 Why Sonicare toothbrush is best?
- 10 What is Sonicare Diamond Clean?
- 11 What is the difference between Sonicare 9500 and 9700?
- 12 Is Sonicare 4100 worth it?
- 13 Does Sonicare 5100 remove plaque?
- 14 Is Sonicare 6100 worth it?
What are the different Sonicare brush heads?
At the time of writing, I calculate that there are some 14 different types of brush heads.
- C1 Pro Results.
- C2 Optimal Plaque Control.
- C3 Premium Plaque Control.
- G2 Optimal Gum Care.
- G3 Premium Gum Care.
- I InterCare.
- S Sensitive.
- W DiamondClean.
Which Philips Sonicare toothbrush is the best?
If you can’t find the Oral-B Pro 1000, or if you prefer a quieter brush, we recommend the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100. Like the Pro 1000, the ProtectiveClean 4100 is not trumped up with unproven features, and it includes everything you need in an electric toothbrush.
What is the difference between Sonicare DiamondClean models?
The DiamondClean Smart comes with 5 cleaning modes (Clean, White+, Deep Clean+, Gum Health, and Tongue Care) compared to the 5 cleaning modes on the DiamondClean (Clean, White, Sensitive, Gum Care and Deep Clean). The DiamondClean comes with a 2 pin USB adapter, the DiamondClean Smart does not.
What is the difference between Sonicare 4100 and 5100?
The ProtectiveClean 4100 has 1 cleaning mode (Clean) compared to the 3 cleaning modes (Clean, White and Gum Care) of the 5100. The 5100 has cleaning mode icons and LEDs on the handle. The 4100 comes with 1 x C2 Optimal Plaque Control brush head compared to the 1 x G2 Optimal Gum Care brush head with the 5100.
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.
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.
Is Sonicare really better?
In a six-month study that compared the effectiveness of Sonicare sonic toothbrushes and Oral-B electric toothbrushes in improving oral health in adult periodontitis patients, users of both toothbrush types saw improvements in their overall oral health, but the sonic toothbrush proved significantly more successful at
Can Sonicare damage teeth?
They found that sonic toothbrushes caused the most abrasion to the dentin, followed by oscillating, and that manual brushes—especially those with rippled bristles—created the least. Another simulated brushing study, this one published in 2013 in the journal Clinical Oral Investigations, had somewhat different results.
Why Sonicare toothbrush is best?
Better for gums. For people with sensitive gums or gum recession, or for those who are hard brushers, the Sonicare is safer on your gums and teeth than Oral B and other electric/manual toothbrushes. (But, with a worn toothbrush head, the edge of the bristles can still do enamel damage if pushed too hard.
What is Sonicare Diamond Clean?
The Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Smart Rechargeable toothbrush delivers the best plaque removal, gum health improvement and whitening performance. The travel case allows you to take your toothbrush on the go and also includes a charging glass that can be used for charging or to rinse your mouth after brushing.
What is the difference between Sonicare 9500 and 9700?
The Sonicare 9500 is $270 and comes in black, white, silver, and pink. The Sonicare 9700, priced at $330, is identical to the Sonicare 9500 but it comes in an exclusive “lunar blue” color and instead of four brush heads, it includes seven: three plaque control, two gum care, two whitening, and a tongue brush.
Is Sonicare 4100 worth it?
The Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 by Philips is one of our favorite electric toothbrushes that we have tested so far. It matches the overall performance of the best toothbrushes we have seen, doing very well in our cleaning tests and being exceptionally easy to use.
Does Sonicare 5100 remove plaque?
Fitting the brush head to the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100 handle, you will notice a slight tilt in the head. The angle of the brush head to the brush handle helps you reach the teeth at the back of your mouth with ease, resulting in a better cleaning experience and more effective plaque removal.
Is Sonicare 6100 worth it?
Slightly disappointing accessories aside, particularly the bog-standard travel case, the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 is a top electric toothbrush. Yes, it’s comparatively expensive, but it’s smart brush-head technology and excellent cleaning ability make it a winner.