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For the past 7 days, I’ve had the pleasure of using a brand new electric toothbrush – the Philips Sonicare PowerUp toothbrush. After never owning one before, I thought it might be a good time to start in light of all the teeth issues I’ve been having – like that time I talked about losing a tooth.
I’ve already got my next trip to the dentist lined out – a dreaded root canal at the end of the month! I’m so not looking forward to that…
So, if you can read dental x-rays, you’ll see that my tooth has been a source of some discomfort. Not only does it just hurt because there is a giant hole, but tiny pieces of food constantly gets lodged in there – and quite frankly, it’s really annoying!
I use alot of floss and picks to help, but it can be dangerous and cause further damage. I’ve discovered that using the Philips Sonicare PowerUpToothbrush after eating, it cleans my teeth better than a manual toothbrush + flossing. See what I mean by checking out this video by Philips Sonicare on Facebook.
What’s even more awesome is that you can own yours for a very affordable price of less than 20$! Check out what I’m talking about by visiting Walmart for the amazing Philips Sonicare PowerUp Toothbrush.
I love how powerful this toothbrush vibrates! Now you see it perfectly crisp and in focus….
The bristles vibrate so quickly that even my camera couldn’t capture it. Once you place it in your mouth and begin to brush, it will give you an entire head massage. The big bonus? It automatically shuts itself off when it reached a satisfactory amount of time cleaning your teeth. I love that because I’m not always fully awake when I’m brushing my teeth in the morning – I want to make sure I brush for the correct amount of time!
…And for extra credit? I really love the design on the body of the brush – it makes it really easy to lay it down on the counter and squeeze out toothpaste. It really comes in handy when you’re squeezing the last drop of toothpaste out, and you need both hands!
So now that I’ve converted to the new Philips Sonicare PowerUp Toothbrush, I’ve decided that a good new purpose for my old toothbrush would be to use as a cleaning tool for cleaning my BBQ grill. Rust marks come off super easy with a little Bar Keeper’s Friend and water, that I thought I could use the help of a small brush to get in the small areas. Works great!!