When we got this toothbrush charged I started to try to brush my six year old's teeth but she was really, really jumpy about it. She said it was \"too tickly\" and she made it impossible for me to get her teeth done. I thought she was just exaggerating but after much squirming I put the other head on it and tried it myself. My WORD that this is beyond tickly! It's all you can do to keep it in your mouth because it tickles that much! Maybe there's too much sonic action. I know that I couldn't use that thing! She's using it but it's a struggle with all the movement of my daughter and all the giggling (albeit cute). I've almost given up on it and went back to her old $5 vibrating toothbrush. First I'm trying to drain down the battery a bit to see if the vibration lessens to a more reasonable level. Then we'll see!
Philips Sonicare, Xtreme, e3000. The Xtreme e3000 makes it easy for preteens and teens to practice good oral care-even with braces and brackets. With its patented sonic technology and 2-minute Smartimer, the Sonicare Xtreme creates dynamic fluid action that leads to improved brushing compliance, healthier mouths, and better check-ups.
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This little dynamo really works great! Has a 2 minute timer, too!\nNo cords (battery operated), Has a cover for the bristles. Travel friendly, whether in the dorm, in your bathroom, or camping! It comes with the batteries. Amazing clean! Use in combination with Colgate Optic White toothpaste for extra clean, whitening, and cavity protection! Dentist recommend both things to me.