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AdvantagesCleaner teeth, easy brushing

DisadvantagesNeeds cleaning regularly, expensive outlay

...My fiancée bought me my Philips Jordan Sensiflex electric toothbrush a few months ago, and I can honestly say I don't know what I did without it. Actually I can - I used a naff standard toothbrush. A lot of people have told me lately how nice my teeth are, and I swear that it's because I'm using the electric toothbrush. Sadly I can't offer any comparisons between other electric models, as this...

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AdvantagesMakes your teeth last longer.

DisadvantagesNoisy and heavy. Not really so bad though.

...a mystery, as there is no visible source where the brush and holder touch, for the current to go through) But it does recharge. The first time takes a while, but after the initial charge, it needs charging about once a week. It comes complete with one brush head, and a small plastic cover to protect the bristles. The whole Sonicare toothbrush comes in a bright blue, rigid plastic case to keep the whole...

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AdvantagesMy teeth always feel clean

DisadvantagesI can't bear to use a regular toothbrush now weekday days off can sometimes lead to watching a bit of Jeremy Kyle, which has only fuelled the fear of missing front teeth. Anyway as well as my (and the rest of my families) ritual 6 month check, I decided an electric tooth brush was the way forward. I can't remember which model my first toothbrush was, but my current one is the Oral B precision. I remember buying it from Boots, as a treat...

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