Monday, March 30, 2009

Electronic Toothbrush

I have heard these are good. Many people I know use them. Which one do you have? Do you like it? What should I know before I buy one?

10 comments:

GnightMoon said...

Obvious ploy to kill some time before you construct a real blog post. Ah well, I practically invented this move.

81trucolors said...

Only potential response from GoodNightHygiene.

Kezza said...

You're in Vegas and the only thing you can blog about is electric toothbrushes? It's a sad sad day in the blogosphere folks.

holly said...

i've had a sonicare for going on 4? 5? years now and i love, love, love, LOVE it. gum massage, every day, and i brush my teeth for way longer than i used to because it feels that good.

tallpalegrrl said...

I've got a Braun, which is the only kind I've ever used. The toothbrush heads are expensive, but probably not more so than buying three new toothbrushes. I like that it times my brushing, although I don't know how long it is before it 'alarms'.

laura-gee said...

Sonicare. We have the one that has little toothpaste packets inside the brush for the ultimate in toothcare laziness. Chris likes it a lot, I'm not a fan of the flavor of paste. you can only get one kind. Still we've had it for 2+ years now and no problems.

TheGraveWolf said...

Sonicare.

JESSIE said...

I'm actually considering retreating to my trusty Colgate 360 manual. I got an OralB electric on clearance at Target and don't like it so much, actually. But, you get what you pay for, I suppose.

Jessica M. said...

I silently thank my Mom for the seemingly lame Christmas present of my Sonicare toothbrush every time I go to the dentist and hear: "Not much we can do, you teeth look great!" One of those times was after I finally went to the dentist having not been in over 2 years (due to health insurance, or the lack thereof) and STILL no cavities. All thanks to my little electric toothbrush.

P.S. They're cheaper at Costco.

Io said...

Sonicare. Great for teeth and gums.