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Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Toothbrush 

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With all the advertising on television and magazines I am sure we all know that a powered toothbrush gives better cleaning results than a manual brush. While the whiteness of your smile is important to some, perhaps the most important thing is to have no tooth – or tooth associated – pain.

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush
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It is 25cm long 3x2.5cm at the base and slightly thinner towards the top of the handle, the replaceable head forms the last 8.5cm of the length.

While the 22x7x4.5cm flip shut case has space for two toothbrush heads only one comes in the box.

There is a 7cm round clear stand that is supplied for when at home and this clips over an identical one which forms the charge point ending in a two pin plug which are the only plug sockets that should be in a bathroom.

However for those times when away from home there is a micro USB to USB lead that plugs into the end of the case allowing you to charge from anywhere that has a USB socket.

Among the documentation is a useful 10 point leaflet describing how to use in diagrams and the fact that a new head should be used after three months.

There are five cleaning modes all reachable from the sequential single button pushes. Clean, White, Sensitive, Gum Care and Deep Clean.

While most of the instructions about cleaning we should all know once taught at a young age this does assume that your parent or guardian were themselves taught correctly and using a motorised toothbrush is rather different to a manual one so this ten point leaflet is useful whatever your age.

Certainly it altered my use of the toothbrush and the toothbrush head is somewhat different using something called AdaptiveClean which is stated to give better plaque removal and help with deeper cleaning.

The battery should last for up to fourteen days between charges.

The two week claim is that your gum health will be improved in that time.

As a lot of adverts claim a good amount of tooth problems are caused by poor gum health, so it’s not just nice to have bright white shiny teeth but also healthy gums

At the time of writing this Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush is available from Amazon for £89.99 including free delivery.

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