I've owned a couple of Sonicare toothbrushes over the years. Great items of dental care. They worked well, did the job (according to my dentist), and were easy to operate. Here is a trio of Sonicare brushes that you may like.
The Sonicare e3000 Xtreme Toothbrush is designed especially for pre-teens and teens. It sports a contoured, angle brush head with extra soft bristles to protect the gums of younger girls and boys, and a two minute timer to get them acclimated to the necessary brushing time for good dental health. Because of the soft bristles, the e3000 is well suited to those folks with braces; the Sonicare brush comes with a pair of AA batteries, which will allow for several months of brushing.
If you have a need for a complete home tooth care outfit, check out the Sonicare FlexCare -- aside from the top-of-the-line toothbrush, it features a WaterPik Power Flosser (with elevated water pressure cleaning for your teeth and gums) and an included UV sterilizer. The rechargeable toothbrush operates in one of three brushing modes -- one for standard brushing, another for sensitive teeth and gums, and a third for a massaging function. You get your choice of 1, 2, or 3 minute brushing cycles for the angled, wide bristle brush. The kit includes a travel charger, the UV sanitizing function to kill brush germs, and a hygienic storage for spare brush heads.
For you and your significant other, the Sonicare Elite e9650 Toothbrushing System features a pair of power handles, three heads, brush head storage, and a travel case. Two speeds, two head sizes, and Sonicare technology -- good stuff.
Sonicare toothbrushes -- for the best in dental care for you and yours.
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