Best Electric Toothbrush?

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  1. Ms. I

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    Who has an electric toothbrush & what brand do you have? I have a Cybersonic that I've had for about a decade that I think back then I paid $100 for & I like it, but I'm getting tired of having to order the extra brush heads (& pay for shipping) online. No store carried that particular kind for years.

    What high quality electric toothbrushes are good where I can easily get the replacement brush heads at any drugstore? I see a lot of different brands out there, but I want to see which are more popular/highly favored?

    Thanks! :)
     
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    MY RIGHT HAND with the good old fashion TB!
    JUST messing with you Ms. I.:D
    I need to buy an electric TB, so I am glad you started this thread. :cool:
    Thanks,
    Rebel1
     
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    I've posted on this before because I'm so in love with my toothbrush. I use Oral-B's Triumph with the Floss Action heads. It is wonderful! I hate brushing my teeth because it grosses me out, but this toothbrush helps. :)
     
  5. bros

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    My dentist recommends a $70 one that times how long you brush for (to make sure you brush for two minutes) and it lights up when you press down too hard.

    Although that might just be a recommendation for me because I have trouble telling how long I am brushing my teeth for (sometimes I do it for too long) and I have pressure problems just like with my writing :p
     
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    Sonicare, hands down.
     
  7. Ms. I

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    The Philips Sonicare FlexCare Rechargeable sonic toothbrush w/ the attached UV sanitizer looks good because I have a separate sanitizer that I have to plug in, so that will eliminate that! :)
     
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    I have the Oral-B Triumph with the SmartCare thing (it has a timer that you can see). I love it, I use the Floss-Action heads with it and it is the best toothbrush I have ever used.
     
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    Dentist recommended Sonic Care and I like it alot. Cost is around $100.
     
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    I have SonicCare. I have the most exspensive and the least expensive. There's really no big difference. The more expensive model just give u like battery indicator, all that stuff but it doesn't clean any better than the cheaper version. However, the more expensive model uses smaller brush head.
     
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    Thanks guys!
     

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