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The benefits of using a Philips Sonicare toothbrush

Posted by Default Admin on 3 February 2015 | 0 Comments


It’s been 23 years since Philips created its first sonic power electric toothbrush. In 1992, the first sonic toothbrush was launched and is still known as the most-recommended onic ower toothbrush by dental professionals worldwide.

Sonicare was first developed at the University of Washington, when researchers found that exposure to acoustic energy decreased the ability of oral bacteria.

Studies show that its latest version, the Sonicare Diamondclean, removes 100% more plaque in hard to reach places than a manual toothbrush, and in doing so improves gum health in as little as two weeks. It’s also clinically proven to whiten teeth naturally in one week.

Here are some of the benefits of investing in a Philips Sonicare toothbrush

Naturally Whiter Teeth

The Sonicare toothbrush is clinically proven to significantly reduce coffee, tea and tobacco stains in a shorter space of time than any other brush

Healthier Gums

Sonicare’s combination of high-speed bristle motion and dynamic cleaning action can help clean deep between the teeth and gum line.

When plaque builds-up between the teeth and gums, it becomes an irritant to the gum tissues which can cause gum disease and gingivitis. If the plaque isn’t thoroughly removed on a daily basis further progression of gingivitis can lead to periodontal disease and periodontal pockets. Sonicare is clinically proven to reverse gingivitis and help shrink periodontal pockets.

Gentle Brushing

One of the best things about the Sonicare toothbrush is that it has extra soft bristles and a gentle cleaning action. This puts a lot less pressure on teeth and gums than a manual brush or another electric toothbrush brand.

Ideal for patients who wear braces

The Sonicare toothbrush has been clinically proven superior to manual brushes in reducing plaque and gum irritation around orthodontic appliances.

Sonicare's dynamic cleaning action makes brushing with braces much easier due to its combination of high-speed and dynamic cleaning action. It generates a powerful action that directs fluid deep between teeth, below the gumline and around brackets.

Do you have dental implants?

The advanced cleaning action of the Sonicare toothbrush cleans around the posts and gums, and was shown in laboratory studies to be safe on restorations, crowns, cement and enamel.

If you would like advice on brushing, flossing and other products call the Chiswick Park Dental Practice and book your consultation today on 0208 987 9977.




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