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Whether the Grundig TB 7930, the Oral B Micropulse or the Philips Sonicare Flexcare, there are many good sonic toothbrushes on the market. The dominant manufacturers are Philips, Panasonic and Oral B (part of Braun). Also, our sonic toothbrush comparison winner is from one of these market leaders.What are the pros and cons of a sonic toothbrush?
Sonic toothbrushes clean very thoroughly and extremely gently. This makes them particularly suitable for people with gum problems or implants. Compared to “rotating oscillating” electric toothbrushes, they look very similar to a manual toothbrush, but function completely differently due to the sonic technology and clean more gently.What are the different features of sonic toothbrushes?
The sonic toothbrush has a similar shape to the manual toothbrush. Sonic toothbrushes are electric toothbrushes. These are divided into sonic toothbrushes and “oscillating rotating” brushes. The latter have round heads, whichÂ swing back and forth in a semi-circleÂ andÂ partly additionally pulsate and thus mechanically clean.What are the different brush modes available on sonic toothbrushes?
Though no Sonicare toothbrush contains all of these modes (the most on any one toothbrush is five), the modes available include Clean, White, Deep Clean, Gum Health, Tongue Care, Sensitive, Massage, Refresh, White+.