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 sonicare toothbrush

I love my sonicare!  Been using it for about 18 months now and dental
cleaning is a snap!

--
Barry..      5k+ seti units
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Quote:
> Has anyone used the sonicare toothbrush yet?? I just bought mine yesterday
and
> love it...It really cleans your teeth...Do dentists recommend the sonicare
> toothbrush over a regular toothbrush?? Thanks for any responses...



Sat, 31 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush
Has anyone used the sonicare toothbrush yet?? I just bought mine yesterday and
love it...It really cleans your teeth...Do dentists recommend the sonicare
toothbrush over a regular toothbrush?? Thanks for any responses...


Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush
Do you find it hard to brush on your top back teeth??


Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush

Quote:

> Do you find it hard to brush on your top back teeth??

If you have trouble reaching certain areas, buy a Braun......I have
both and end up using the Braun only.  It simply fits the mouth better.

Braun on discount $29.99.........Sonicare on discount $69.99

DAX

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Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush
I have both and I like the sonicare better I heard they make smaller
attachments for it...


Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush

Yes I recomend it to my patients. Its a toss up between it and the Braun/OralB brushes. Overall I find a much better healing response in the patients who invest in an electric brush vs the old fashioned way.I use a braun myself but the sonicare is a fine machine as well!

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Quote:

> Has anyone used the sonicare toothbrush yet?? I just bought mine yesterday and
> love it...It really cleans your teeth...Do dentists recommend the sonicare
> toothbrush over a regular toothbrush?? Thanks for any responses...



Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush

Quote:
> Do you find it hard to brush on your top back teeth??

Not at all.

--
Barry..      5k+ seti units
 www.anatometal.com



Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush
I prefer the INTERPLAK power brush myself. I like Sonicare but i started with
INTERPLAK and now that i represent the company and sell them for a living, I'm
back to using one again and I had forgotten just how much i really do like
it!!! It's reasonably priced, has 3 different attachments...a flosser
attachment, a tongue cleaner and an interproximal attachment which is our
hottest seller these days with Orthodontists and Periodontists! It also has a
compact brush head that is very close in size to the Braun but works in the
tradition of INTERPLAK with the counter rotational movement of the bristles. If
anyone has questions feel free to call me at
1-800-6336363  extension 130


Sun, 01 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush

Quote:

> I prefer the INTERPLAK power brush myself. I like Sonicare but i
started with
> INTERPLAK and now that i represent the company and sell them for a
living, I'm
> back to using one again and I had forgotten just how much i really do
like
> it!!! It's reasonably priced, has 3 different attachments...a flosser
> attachment, a tongue cleaner and an interproximal attachment which is
our
> hottest seller these days with Orthodontists and Periodontists! It
also has a
> compact brush head that is very close in size to the Braun but works
 in the
> tradition of INTERPLAK with the counter rotational movement of the
bristles. If
> anyone has questions feel free to call me at
> 1-800-6336363 extension 130

Lets see.......you quit using the product until you starting working
for the company "selling" the product......and now you think they are
great.......

I alway like a unbiased opinion.........but atleast you did tell us
your connection......

In the past......I alway read that Interplack....with its rotating
bristles....was the worst....in part because it would get all messed up
unless you used the special Interplak toothpaste.....

Does the company still recommend that you use Interplak toothpaste?

DAX

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Mon, 02 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 sonicare toothbrush
The clarification here Dax is that I ALWAYS thought it was a great product. I
didn't go to work for the company, begin selling it and then decide that it was
great. I KNEW it was great and then recieved the opportunity to represent the
product and decided to do so because I KNEW it was a great product. I'm a
hygienist and have tried nearly every power brush on the market. There are some
I like, and could sell, there are some I do not like, thus I could NEVER sell.
I have to believe in the product I represent and just because I personally
hadn't been using one 2 years ago, doesn't mean I didn't LIKE the product or
recommend it for that matter. My opinion is not biased at all...I like
Interplak, I like Sonicare, I like xyz brand too. I've recommended all of them
to my patients. I sell a rotary model similar to the Braun. But if you were an
orthodontist and called me up and told me you wanted to buy a hundred of them,
I'd try to talk you out of it...because not the best choice of product to
accomplish the goals of optimum dental hygiene for the orthodontic patient.

As far as the rotatating bristles goes, take a look at the January 2000 issue
of JADA and you will read a very interesting study that was recently released
with regards to counter-rotational power brushes and implants.
The company does not insist on the use of INTERPLAK toothpaste. It is still
manufactured and available but we promote the use of any toothpaste except for
those with baking soda. Baking soda is too gritty and most people do not follow
our instructions to rinse the brush, while the bristles are moving under hot
water for about 10 seconds to remove residual toothpaste, hence their brush
heads sieze up. The brush heads are supposed to be replaced every 3-6 months
anyway just like a traditional toothbrush and if properly cared for, they will
last without a problem.
SHOOEY



Tue, 03 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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