I’m not going to lie – when Philips reached out to me asking if I was interested in trying out their new Sonicare Diamondclean Smart toothbrush, I said yes immediately!
Why? My boyfriend has been using it for a year now. Our dentist swore by it, so he had to get it and he’s been lovvvving it to say the least. I also know that these toothbrushes in general are very popular but for some reason I never even thought about changing out my OG toothbrush. It was working for me. Kinda.
So, I knew that my new toothbrush was on its way and I started noticing that everyone I know uses electric toothbrushes. What? Everyone I visited, every friend I talked to – they were all hooked and they told me that once I try it, I will never go back to my regular one. I was so excited and couldn’t wait for my package to arrive!
…and they were right! I didn’t even know how much easier and effective that whole process can be. Even though I brush my teeth quite carefully, I don’t always follow the 2-Minute Rule. But this toothbrush does it for me! It stops after 2 mins to let you know that your brushing session is done!
I think for me the biggest difference between a regular toothbrush and Philips Sonicare Diamondwhite Smart is the end result. You can actually feel how clean your teeth are! So polished and shiny!
Another great thing about this particular model is the whole connect-it-to-your-smartphone part & keep track on your brushing habits. Sonicare App shows you which areas to focus on; reminds you to brush, rinse, clean your tongue & use mouthwater; tells you when to change your brush head + gives you a lot of helpful information about oral hygiene in general!
If you’re a rookie like I was, here are couple of tips for you:
- Turn on your toothbrush once it’s already in your mouth. Otherwise toothpaste will fly everywhere before you can even start brushing.
- If you are trying it out for the first time, make sure to use it on “Low.” Otherwise the intensity can be too strong. I’ve always been a fan of soft toothbrushes, so “Low” will always be my preferance.
- Don’t use “Whitening” mode everyday. It can make your teeth sensitive. 2 times a week will work just fine.
I’ve been blessed with a good set of teeth and I plan to give them the best care I can. I know that some people might think that this toothbrush is bit of a splurge but I see it more as an investment to a healthier set of teeth and a great smile. Totally worth the money!