You deserve the best, and now you can earn it! The Sonicare DiamondClean toothbrush (MSRP $219.99) upholds the meticulous standard of dental professionals. Best of all, this brush is available to you with free brush heads for life.
The leader in electric toothbrushes, Philips’ Sonicare, has done it again with the introduction of its DiamondClean model.
The most recent addition to the brand’s line of best-selling and high-end toothbrushes, the DiamondClean is packed with a superior variety of sophisticated and innovative features.
But let’s face it. The majority of us are born in an era where manual brushing is the dominant basic oral hygiene practice.
Even until recently, the majority prefer manual brushes. While manual brushing can remove surface food deposits and plaque biofilms, its action is fairly inadequate. Unfortunately, manual brushes fall short when it comes to cleaning between the teeth and under the gum lines. Yet, these are the areas most prone to bacterial buildup.
Dental professionals are prompted by the pressing concern of patients whether manual or electric brushes are the better option. Let’s take a look at how manual brushing compares with Sonicare’s DiamondClean.
More Strokes Per Minute
One of the essential benefits of an electric toothbrush is its capability to deliver more brush strokes per minute. Compared to manual brushing, DiamondClean’s sonic technology can offer more than 30,000 strokes per minute.
Five Modes of Brushing
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean is so versatile that it offers five brushing modes. Unlike manual brushing that is dependent on the lateral hand movement of the user, dental professionals find the DiamondClean beneficial for the following:
- Cleaning – the standard mode for overall oral hygiene
- Whitening – eradicates surface discoloration to whiten the teeth
- Polishing – brings out the teeth’s natural radiance with its polishing and buffing action
- Gum Care – powerful yet mild strokes gently massages and stimulate the gums
- Anti-sensitivity – milder strokes for sensitive teeth
Outstanding Plaque Removal and Whitening Effects
According to clinical studies, DiamondClean can remove up to 5x more plaque biofilms than manual tooth-brushing alone. In turn, this ensures whiter teeth within just two weeks.
The diamond-shaped bristles of the electric toothbrush cover a greater surface area. Additionally, its dynamic sonic technology directs fluid along the gum line and between the teeth. This combined action is important for the removal of deep-seated plaque that may eventually develop into dental caries or periodontal disease.
Electronic Charging Capability and Power
Manual brushing relies on mechanical power. Fluctuations in its power supply are parallel with the variability and motor skills of the user. People with movement-restricting conditions like arthritis or those with a physical disability will find the DiamondClean reliable.
Its sonic technology provides consistent brushing power depending on the mode selected. The user doens’t need to consistently apply force thank to this brush’s oscillating head.
Initially powered with a three-week charging capacity, this Sonicare toothbrush has a dual charging system:
- USB travel case. Conveniently designed for people on-the-go, the product’s charging case can be plugged into any laptop computer.
- Charging glass. The charging glass uses conduction technology to charge the device while at rest. Doubles up as a rinsing cup
Ensures the Attainment of the Two-Minute Recommended Brushing Time
Dental professionals recommend two minutes of brushing for thorough dental cleaning. However, the setback with manual brushing is that this is not always the most reliable option.
DiamondClean comes with a Smartimer and Quadpacer that both promotes deep cleaning within each mouth quadrant. This also guarantees that the two-minute brushing duration will be attained. In the event that the brushing cycle is interrupted, the Smartimer will resume where it was left off until two minutes has been reached.
While children and adults alike find the DiamondClean fascinating and useful, its drawback is its cost. This powered toothbrush is priced at more than triple the cost of its manual counterpart. Some might consider this a luxury item. Nevertheless, its various benefits outweigh, if not, aptly compensate its cost. Surely, this electric brush raises the standards of dental care thousands of brush strokes higher.
The DiamondClean offers an assortment of useful features that can be personalized based on one’s specific needs. All these features are infused in one cutting-edge system. Dental professionals and users trust it as a great companion towards the attainment of healthy teeth for life.
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