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Seasons Change, And so Should Your Brush Head

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Bristles exhibits fatigue and brush heads are less effective after three month of normal use, even though these changes are only visible under a microscope. Replace your brush head when the seasons change and keep your Sonicare toothbrush cleaning at its best. You’ve probably gotten so used to relying on your Sonicare toothbrush to do its job day in and day out that you take it for granted. But even something as reliable and effective as your Sonicare toothbrush needs a little regular maintenance to stay in great shape.

Change your brush head four times a year

Bristles exhibit fatigue and brush heads are less effective after three months of normal use, even though these changes are only visible with a microscope. So to keep your Sonicare toothbrush at its best, replace your brush head four times a year.

Order a replacement pack today and always have a fresh brush head on hand

Sonicare brush heads are engineered with Sonicare handles to maximize plaque and stain removal and to promote a lifetime of oral health. Purchase the right Sonicare brush heads pack for your Sonicare toothbrush today.


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The Science Behind Sonicare Brush Heads

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Sonicare brush heads are engineered to exacting standards, designed to work in partnership with the handles, with each part maximizing the contribution of the other. Sonicare brush heads are made up of thousands of tiny filaments (or bristles), and each cluster of bristles is called a tuft. Bristles are made of the highest quality, extremely soft nylon available and are rounded at the top by diamond grinding wheels for safety and gentleness. Bristles are trimmed in a scalloped (or contoured) pattern to fit the natural shape of teeth. The peaks and valleys along the length of the brush head are ergonomically designed to follow teeth topography and fit in between teeth.

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The science behind Sonicare brush heads means less dependence on the brusher’s technique to get the best results because the handle and brush head function properly in concert with each other. By radial trimming the bristles to follow an arc instead of a straight line, a larger surface area is created without increasing the size of the brush head platform. The outer bristles also angle out at five degrees to create a wider surface area.

The curved face across the width of the brush complements the contour fit down the length of the brush to help maintain contact with the surfaces of teeth and gums as the brush head pivots, maximizing the sweeping motion performed by the brush head. This combination of radial-trimmed, angled bristles can be found on ProResults brush heads and Sonicare For Kids brush heads. Whereas, the new DiamondClean brush heads are comprise of diamond-shaped medium stiff bristles that provide a firm, but gentle experience and sweep away plaque.


To see other products in the range go back to the Philips Sonicare Store.