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A few months ago I got both of the girl’s new toothbrushes because their dentist insisted that aside from me brushing their teeth for them, I should upgrade them to an electric option. Their oral hygiene has gotten much better, and I don’t have to spend a lot of my time brushing each child’s teeth. But that’s the life of a mom right? We spend all of our time taking care of our family and don’t spend much time on ourselves.
So I jumped on the opportunity to try out the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Sonic Electric Toothbrush. After seeing how well the Philips Sonicare worked for my kids, I wanted to try it out for myself. I used an electric toothbrush before, but the first time I used the Philips Sonicare I was blown away. It is so powerful! But what I thought was really cool about this toothbrush is that it wirelessly connects to an app to help you brush your teeth better.
Check out the video of the app in action. It will show you how to properly brush so that you aren’t using too much pressure or motion. It also helps you set goals and track your dental care. It will show if you missed some spots as well.
There are a few different settings on the toothbrush itself that lets you focus certain goals. I choose the whitening option to try and brighten my smile. You can remove up to 10x more in plaque removal and healthier in just two weeks. I can already see a difference, and I’m anxious to see if my dentist can see a difference as well. Especially because I have periodontal disease where my teeth and gums have some space between them and food gets trapped in those areas.
You can pick up the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Sonic Electric Toothbrush at Target. I’m a total convert, and my husband will be getting one for Christmas this year. It’s time for the parents to take care of themselves and dental care is expensive. Prevention is the best medicine.