Do sonic toothbrushes really work? Because of their physical movement, they often seem to be pretty powerful, and some models do indeed work really well. Sonic Toothbrushes, on the other hand, mostly rely on a 24,000-40,000 vibrations per minute to produce a ultrasound and sonic waves that help clean the teeth of plaque.Is Sonicare worth it?
The good news is that the pros of Sonicares generally outweigh the cons. Let’s take a look: Sonicare Pros Better for cleaning hard-to-reach spots. Sonic technology is the only electric toothbrush method that provides action beyond the bristles—the sonic waves ensure that even hard-to-reach plaque cells (that the bristles can’t reach) are broken up.Does the Phillips Sonicare clean teeth properly?
The Philips Sonicare has five cleaning modes—clean, whiten, gum health, deep clean, and tongue care—and each mode has three levels of intensity that you can adjust while you brush. It’s truly a personalized clean. My go-to setting is the standard clean—unless my mouth is feeling especially yucky; then I’ll switch to the deep clean.