Philips Sonicare HX7023/64 E-Series Standard Brush Heads, 3 count

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  • Thorough everyday clean
  • Reminder bristles to ensure an effective clean
  • Screw-on brush
  • About this item

    Maintaining good oral health is easy with the Philips Sonicare E-Series Brush Heads, HX7023/64. The Philips Brush Heads feature contoured bristles for hard-to-reach areas. The Philips E-series Brush Heads, Standard, 3 Count deliver a thorough, comfortable brushing experience. The angled neck of the Philips Sonicare E-Series Brush Heads, HX7023/64 provides optimal reach for the bristles. The reminder bristles on the Philips Brush Heads fade in color to let you know when it's time to replace the brush head. Dental professionals recommend replacing your brush head every three months. Sonicare technology helps you remove up to two times more plaque compared to a manual toothbrush.

    Philips Sonicare E-Series Standard Brush Heads:

    • Reminder bristles ensure you are getting an effective clean
    • Screw-on brush head fits Elite, Essence, CleanCare, Xtreme and Advance handles

    Specifications

    Model No.: HX7023/64
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.25
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 1.12 x 1.12 x 3.93
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550652700
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    Customer Reviews | 85 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Sonicare is the way to go
    4/13/2013

    Customer review by smilesandfun

    5.0 stars by smilesandfun

    Ever since I have started using the Sonicare toothbrush, my dentist has been very pleased. There is a remarkable difference between the Sonicare and the electric toothbrush (which I had been using for years prior to switching about a year ago). Although the toothbrush and replacement heads are more expensive, I fully believe that in the long run it is a great investment, and will save me a lot of grief at the dentist's, down the road. I found the process of using Walmart to deliver replacement heads to be less expensive than other alternatives.

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    smilesandfun
    Carmel, Indiana
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    Toothbrush Head
    10/30/2013

    Customer review by Bones99

    4.0 stars by Bones99

    It's a toothbrush head. You unscrew the old one, and replace it with the new one. I find that, if you hold the bristles against your teeth with the unit running, teeth have a tendency to become clean. Further cleaning can be achieved by moving the brush head bristles along tooth surfaces. The use of toothpaste during the brushing process offers breath-freshening advantages.

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    Bones99
    South Jersey
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    Good Value
    1/6/2014

    Customer review by PeacheyT

    5.0 stars by PeacheyT

    Unfortunately I can't say this was a great value, anytime you have to pay $20+ for 3 tooth brushes it can never be great. That being said, after looking around for a while the $20+ I thought was for 2 replacement heads and I was pleasantly surprised when their were 3 r eplacement heads. In the stores around San Jose you pay $32 for 2 replacement heads, so this was good.

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    PeacheyT
    San Jose CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    I have the Philips Sonicare electric toothbrush. Original brush is worn out, but I can't seem to remove it. I have the replacement brush.
    by Rog 11/19/2012
    • Hold the toothbrush with the brush UP, and twist the head to the RIGHT. If it's too caked with crud to twist, turn the brush upside down & put it into a jar and SOAK IT in water with some vinegar for a day. But don't submerge the whole brush coz you could ruin the battery -- so stick the brush into a jar but only fill the jar until the level of liquid is below the on/off button.
      by SinScottsdale5/2/2014
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    • they screw on and off
      by isthereoneleft2/18/2014
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    • The brush is removable. It may have been installed too tightly. Please note that the brush AND the top of the body come as a unit. The little brush itself cannot be separated from that unit. It may take some force to remove the top. Turn it counter-clockwise.
      by BrushaBrusha1/9/2014
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    • It just unscrews, but if it has been on and not cleaned occasionally you might need to gently use a pare of pliers. The old toothpaste sets up like plaster if left undesterbed. BE CAREFULL not to brake the bottom part that sits in the charger. Good luck!
      by PeacheyT1/7/2014
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    • Run it under hot water and keep trying, gently.
      by LaStinky9/19/2013
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    • Grasp the part that is curved and joins the handle of the brush and twist it off. It should come off easily, if not put on a pair of dishwashing gloves to give you better grip and that should help twist it off.
      by GrnmaJn9/3/2013
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    • It should just unscrew just above the base that contains the rechargeable battery. If you have difficulty try running some hot tap water over this part. Perhaps some toothpaste buildup fused them together.
      by WVGreenBayPackerFan7/9/2013
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    • Normally the brush head is easily removable by unscrewing. I would suggest soaking it (only the top part) in water overnight. I had noticed that the brush head needs to be removed every so often and cleaned, because some gunk tends to build up below the brush head, when you use regularly. If this does not work, you should contact Phillips.
      by smilesandfun4/13/2013
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    • It unscrews, just turn the large white part. the brush does not come off by it self. The whole top part comes off
      by jwbuyer1/21/2013
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    • turn it clockwise. if it is not easy to do, you probably have a different model that is not compatible with this replacement brush.
      by beancounter1233411/24/2013
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    by Jane 4/27/2013
    • NO, not really, because there are NOT batteries that you can buy and change out & install in the handle like AAA or AA or D cells. But yes, the toothbrush DOES have a built-in battery that is rechargeable. When you first buy the tooth brush, it comes pre-packaged with a battery charging unit that you plug into the wall. But if the internal battery goes bad & will no longer hold a charge -- which DOES happen after a few years of use -- then there is nothing you can do but throw it out and buy a new unit.
      by SinScottsdale5/2/2014
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    • No - rechargeable
      by Bamma3422/23/2014
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    • once it's charged, it runs on a 'battery', not ones you need to put in the base.
      by isthereoneleft2/17/2014
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    • There are no batteries since it is an electric toothbrush. It recharges itself plugged into an outlet.
      by drinking2/1/2014
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    • Yes, it is operated by a (replaceable) Lithium-Ion battery. The charger stand keeps the battery charged and will retain that charge for about two weeks without keeping it in the charger stand.
      by BrushaBrusha1/9/2014
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    • It has a charger
      by madonnam12/1/2013
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    • These are just replacment heads for your Sonicare unit.
      by LaStinky9/19/2013
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    • Yes, but I don't know if you can replace them. When mine quit working I looked on EBay and got a replacement for the handle only since I had everything else. I love mine and couldn't be without it. If I have to use a manual my teeth don't feel clean.
      by GrnmaJn9/3/2013
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    • These are replacement heads only that screw onto the base. The base contains a rechargeable battery. You need to first purchase this base that comes with one head.
      by WVGreenBayPackerFan7/9/2013
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