Did you realize that your West Seattle dentist, Dr. Kirchner sold Sonicare toothbrushes?
Its true! Right in their office you could pick up a Phillips Sonicare DiamondClean toothbrush or a Phillips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum toothbrush! So which one should you choose? Lets find out a little more about each one before you pick one out as a gift for someone or for yourself!
Phillips Sonicare DiamondClean Toothbrush
So this baby is their top of the line model. It has a cleaning mode, whitening mode, sensitive mode, gum care mode, polish mode, and timers to make sure you are not brushing your teeth for too long (because face it, we all brush our teeth way longer than 2 minutes, right?). And with the way a Sonicare works in general, it pushes liquid in between your teeth in addition to the mechanical action of actually brushing your teeth with the bristles of the brush in order to get the whole tooth clean, not just the parts you can see or touch with a tooth brush. This particular model has a little glass you can place your toothbrush in after you are done, which charges it, or you can put it in a travel case, which will also charge it. Bonus: The glass doubles as an actual glass you can use for a little drink after you’re done brushing. Wah? Awesome!
Phillips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Toothbrush
Take a look at your current tooth brush. Bristles splayed out in every direction? The Sonicare FlexCare might be the right choice for you! While this tooth brush has many similar specifications to the DiamondClean, one thing it does have that the DiamondClean does not is a pressure sensor. The handle vibrates when you are pushing too hard on your teeth! “But how will I get my teeth clean?” you ask? This model also has 3 modes (Clean, Gum care, and White) along with 3 settings (low, medium, and high) that you can mix up to find the best path to clean teeth with for you. It also has a UV sanitizer for the brush heads and a travel case so you can take it to work with you and brush after lunch (wait you hadn’t thought of doing that before? Oh, *ahem*, ok the travel case for when you go on vacation).
The best part of all this information is that Dr. Kirchner has put the toothbrushes on sale, just in time for the holidays! They are both 25% off, bringing the prices down to $146.25. And THEN! Sonicare is offering a $20 mail in rebate, which further brings the price down to $126.25! Which, upon zooming around the interweb to see how this price compares, seems to be the cheapest price around. AND you don’t even have to pay for shipping!
So call the office, set up an appointment if you are due for one, and/or come on in and pick up the perfect toothbrush for you today!