My Sonicare toothbrush reviews

When it comes to being the best Sonicare toothbrush, you certainly can’t go wrong with the DiamondClean electric toothbrush. Yes, it can be a bit pricey, but you are going to get what you pay for. It has plenty of features, great performance, and the extras that match. This sleek and slim brush has a very user friendly interface. There is just one button that will turn it on and switches between modes which lights up when being used. It also comes with a drinking style glass charger station. There are also various modes that it offers. The options go from your basic clean mode that removes most of the plaque in your mouth to a nice polish mode that is about a minute long to brighten the front teeth.


This is one toothbrush that everyone loves. It is almost like having a super soft pressure washer for your mouth. Once you brush your teeth with this model, it feels like you just had a professional cleaning at a dentist office. This is the most comfortable toothbrush to hold and the easiest to use. The fact that the brush head and the toothbrush itself is small, makes it a lot easier to reach those hard to reach areas of your mouth while you are brushing.

The fact that it comes in multiple colors really make it more customizable. It comes in black, amethyst, rose gold, white, and pink. The brush movements range from 31,000 to 62,000 depending on the model that you get. There are 5 cleaning modes and each one works well. Clean mode works really well to remove plaque from the teeth while deep clean really gets the nasty stuff from between and under your teeth. Gum care brushes your gums to help strengthen them and there is also a sensitive setting that will work well for those who have sensitive teeth and gums. Then there is the polish or white mode that will help to whiten and polish your teeth.

The DiamondClean comes with three different heads. It also has a Smart timer and QuadPacer which will split the 2-minute timer into quarters so that you can switch brushing between mouth quadrants. The one thing that people don’t like is that it doesn’t integrate with the app. It also comes with a travel charger case that acts like the charger. Simply hook it up to a USB port to make it charge. When it is fully charged it will work up to 3 weeks.

This is Sonicare’s top product when it comes to an electric toothbrush, except there is no connectivity to a smartphone app or sensors. There isn’t any question that this is a great toothbrush. You will get what you pay for and if you are looking for all the bells and whistles, then this is model that you need. This is the only model from Sonicare that has the wireless charging options. This is certainly a great model to have in your mouth care arsenal.

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Electric toothbrushes can be broadly classified into two groups:

  1. Oscillating rotating brushes
  2. ‘Sound active’ toothbrushes


The “oscillating rotating” brushes have round heads, semi-circular back and forth swinging and partially also pulsate. “Sound active” toothbrushes have elongated heads. The term sonic toothbrush has become true, but not quite correct: because the brushes clean with sound, but by vibrations of the brush head. Because these vibrations at a high frequency, comes a buzzer – hence the name. None of the two systems shows clear advantages in terms of cleaning performance. When buying an electric toothbrush, your individual cleaning behaviour should therefore play a role: with a brush head, you need to clean each tooth individually. Sonic Toothbrush clean more surface area with their elongated heads at once. For Putzer, which is somewhat less are eager and patient and tooth cleaning like easily would have it, Sonic Toothbrush can be the better choice.

Replacement toothbrush cause consequential costs

The most important is of course, to find a Sonicare toothbrush that fits to the own requirements and cleaning habits. Keep in mind when buying the device but also that you regularly – so about every three months – need to replace the brush heads. The prices for replacement toothbrush vary greatly in part: some cost less than one euro, others more than six euros.