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      07-10-2010, 12:14 AM   #1
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Question Electric Toothbrush: Oral B Or Sonicare

which is better, thoughts, opinions? input much appreciated, thanks guys .
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Lol I just received my Oral B toothbrush the other day. I guess it's already because it was cheap. If I really wanted to spend the money, however, I would go with Sonicare.
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a poll on toothbrushes? man we need some new content in OT section.
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a poll on toothbrushes? man we need some new content in OT section.
i didn't make this post of the blue, i am really looking for advice cause i need a tooth brush due to my current gum condition...
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Just got a brand new Sonicare a couple months back. It's the shit.
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Never used Oral B but used 3 different models of Sonic care and they were all great.
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I like the timing feature on my Oral B. It was pretty cheap though, and it does what I need it to.
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which is better, thoughts, opinions? input much appreciated, thanks guys .
Do you really expect people to have bought one of each and try?

I didn't vote because I didn't even know sonicare, but my Oral B rocks.
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Sonicare is excellent... for the past couple years I haven't brushed with anything else. 2x a day and you'll be cavity free.
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Do you really expect people to have bought one of each and try?

I didn't vote because I didn't even know sonicare, but my Oral B rocks.
... of course not just asking for input & feedback :
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You know.... after reading all of the OPs issues, etc. I went out and bought a Sonicare today for both my wife and I.

We've wanted to try them for years (my bro swears by them), so these threads put me over the edge.
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You know.... after reading all of the OPs issues, etc. I went out and bought a Sonicare today for both my wife and I.

We've wanted to try them for years (my bro swears by them), so these threads put me over the edge.
o nice, which did you buy & post up a review

i like how sonicare has a brush for gums. it got a massaging gum mode and a cleaning gum mode. im thinking i should get this to help my receding gum line...
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my sonicare is amazing... battery lastest forever (about a month without charge), the heads are expensive I change mine every ~4 months.
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o nice, which did you buy & post up a review

i like how sonicare has a brush for gums. it got a massaging gum mode and a cleaning gum mode. im thinking i should get this to help my receding gum line...
I bought a set of the lower end (essence) model, but I got them at BBBeyond with a couple of those 20% off coupons so the damage wasn't too bad.

Before I buy a $200.00+ toothbrush I figured I'd test it out with the $50 model. LOL... that being said it looked like BBB had all models on sale right now + Mail in rebates, etc.
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I just got an Oral-B I think its awesomme for the money. When I'm balling ill get a sonicare.
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Oral B here, dentist recommended it over the Sonicare but did mention that it's a good option as well. Never had a cavity in my life (been using the Oral B for about 4 years if memory serves)
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