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Sonicare DiamondClean is the most advanced sonic toothbrush have ever been made, featuring the very latest technology. It’s clinically proven to whiten teeth in just one week, remove up to 4x more plaque in hard-to-reach places and improve your gum health in just two weeks, compared to a manual toothbrush.

Giving your mouth the attention and care it deserves can really pay off. While it doesn’t mean you should say goodbye to the dentist’s office forever, using a Philips Sonicare toothbrush can help prevent the development of gum disease, such as gingivitis. And Sonicare is gentle on sensitive teeth, but powerful enough to remove plaque in a way that a manual toothbrush can’t and whiten teeth.

Healthier gums

Most people suffer from gum disease at some point in their lives. When plaque accumulates between the teeth and gums, it becomes an irritant to the gum tissue, causing gingivitis (inflamed gums). It’s the most common form of gum disease, and it can lead to periodontitis, which may cause tooth loss and can lead to painful dental visits.

  •    Philips Sonicare thoroughly removes disease-causing plaque and improves gum health within 2 weeks
  •    Gentle brushing action helps prevent gum recession

Gentle brushing

Although the Sonicare toothbrush is powerful enough to remove hidden plaque from hard-to-reach, high-risk areas, it’s gentle on gums and even on sensitive teeth. Because of its extra-soft bristles and its gentle cleaning action, Sonicare is proven to be gentle on oral tissue.

Stain Removal

Dynamic sonic technology is proven to remove everyday stains, such as coffee, tea, red wine and tobacco, and helps naturally whiten teeth by up to 2 shades in 2 weeks.

Positive impact on overall health

There is more evidence than ever to show that oral health is linked to overall health and well-being. Often, issues with your oral health can be an indicator of — or even more importantly, directly effect — your overall health. For instance, some conditions, such as diabetes, require that you pay special attention to your teeth and gums in order to better maintain your health.

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