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It’s hard to ignore the fact that next-gen toothbrushes are having a moment. Whether they vibrate, spin or floss for you, these toothbrushes make your plain old manual brush look pretty pitiful.
But, with all of the features out there right now, it’s kinda hard to figure out what features you want in an upgraded brush. Is it more important to you to have something that vibrates or flosses? Now, you don’t have to choose, thanks to the Waterpik Sonic-Fusion 2.0 Professional Flossing Toothbrush. This brush uses sonic technology to vibrate gunk off your teeth—and it has a built-in Waterpik to blast out stuff stuck between your chompers. Today only, the white and black versions are $121, marked down from $200!
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Here’s how it works: The brush uses the power of advanced rechargeable sonic electric toothbrush with the tech of the popular Waterpik Water Flosser, allowing you to brush and floss at the same time, or brush and floss separately (really, it’s up to you). Even if you’re a regular flosser—which, kudos—this is up to two times as effective as traditional brushing and flossing for reducing plaque build-up and boosting gum health.
It’s also really easy to use. A simple button switches the unit from sonic brushing to water flossing. The kit includes two water flossing brush heads, a two-minute timer with a 30-second pacer, 10(!) pressure settings, a recharge indicator, a deluxe toothbrush travel case and a three-year manufacturer's warranty.
This Waterpik-toothbrush combo has an army of fans. People really, really love this toothbrush. “All I can say is wow!" a happy customer wrote. "I can adjust both frequency of the brush and the water pressure to exactly where it is most comfortable. After two weeks of use, my entire mouth feels better, teeth whiter and gums healthier."
Another five-star reviewer said the brush is surprisingly versatile. “Absolutely love this," they said. "It takes up very little space. It’s very easy to go from brushing, to flossing, or using both at the same time. The water line is detachable so you can take your toothbrush when you travel. It also comes with two different sizes of toothbrushes."
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