Good Housekeeping asserts that the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean is the best electronic toothbrush. Users report that the toothbrush cleans the teeth like a pressure cleaner.Know More
The toothbrush also has a sleek design. It comes with a second brush head and a glass that also serves as a charging station. There are five cleaning modes on the toothbrush.
The ProfessionalCare SmartSeries 5000 from Oral-B also made the list. Users found the pressure sensor on the brush useful. This toothbrush comes with a timer that features a smiley face.
BrushPoint's oscillating CleanPower toothbrush made the Good Housekeeping list as well. The toothbrush as a strong motor, and users can easily reach their back teeth when using the device.Learn more about Dental Hygiene
To remove tartar from your teeth, brush for two minutes using tartar-control toothpaste and an electric toothbrush. Complete the process by brushing a second time with salt and baking soda, then rinse your mouth with salt water.Full Answer >
Philips provides a warranty for each Sonicare toothbrush, so the minimum lifespan of a toothbrush coincides with the warranty period for the specific product, which is either 12 or 24 months, depending on the model. However, the actual life expectancy of the toothbrush may be longer than that.Full Answer >
Reviews for the Sonicare HX5351/56 sonic toothbrush can be found on the Philips website, as the toothbrush is available through this brand. Reviews can also be found on Amazon and Walmart sites, by typing in the name of the toothbrush into the search bar.Full Answer >
Teeth should be brushed for about 2 minutes two or three times per day, according to WebMD. A WebMD expert suggests spending about 30 seconds in each quadrant of the mouth.Full Answer >