Oral B Vs Sonicare

Sonicare vs Oral B
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Sonicare vs Oral B is a battle yet to be decided.

Braun Oral B vs  Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Reviews: Feeling unsure when choosing  the best electric toothbrush to buy  for your daily usage? Well, it’s time to take the guesswork out.

Sonicare vs Oral B Comparison Guide

Read our conclusive guide on the comparison between Oral B and Sonicare Electric Toothbrushes.

Although there are a number of electric toothbrush brands out there, the two dominant brands in the USA are Phillips Sonicare and Oral B. These two brands have come up with cutting edge technology to improve the way we brush our teeth.

They are both backed by numerous scientific studies that indicate that they remove way more plaque than any manual toothbrushes.

Both Phillips sonicare and Oral b have tantalizing features that make teeth cleaning fun and cool. This gives us users a dilemma on which brand to go for between Oral B or Philips Sonicare.  Below are top quality toothbrushes by these brands that you can buy with confidence.

Best Selling Philips Sonicare  Electric Toothbrushes (High-end)

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Best Cheap Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush

Best Selling Braun Oral B  Electric Toothbrushes (Top-end)

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Best Cheap Oral B Electric Toothbrush by Braun

Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush

Oral B or Sonicare Review: Which One to Choose

The two giant brands have been in the market for the last 30 years. They also have comparable models. So which one should you go for? What exactly separates these two brands? Let us examine the main differences below.

Both brands have top-end models that are customized to make tooth brushing effortless, comfortable and versatile. They both clean under the gum line and remove plaque from hard to reach areas between the teeth. Let’s find out how the best models by sonicare and oral b compare with each other.

Oral B Genius 8000 vs New Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart Electric Toothbrush with Bluetooth and App

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart Electric Toothbrush with Bluetooth, App, Tongue Cleaner, Charging Travel Case, 9300/9500/9700 Series  vs Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 Electronic Power Rechargeable Battery Electric Toothbrush with Bluetooth Connectivity Powered by Braun

Both these brushes have Bluetooth connectivity but which one has an edge over the other?

Both these toothbrushes match each other on key areas like:

Comparable Features: Oral B Genius 8000 vs New Sonicare DiamondClean Smart Sonic 95 Series”

  • coaching you how to clean your teeth better,
  • reminding you to re-do areas or zones of the mouth you might have missed,
  • they both give you real time feedback through the facial recognition technology (Oral B Genius 8000) and 3D mouth mapping (New DiamondClean Smart sonic 9500/9700 series)
  • They both come with at least three brush head re-fills.

Check out the Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 Electronic Power Rechargeable Battery Electric Toothbrush with Bluetooth Connectivity Powered by Braun 

Oral B 8000 Vs New DiamondClean Smart Sonic 9500 Series

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  • In my opinion the new DiamondClean has a slight edge over the Oral B 8000 genius because it cleans 10 times better than a manual brush. This is thanks to their new adaptive brush head that flexes the contours of your dental structure and teeth to ensure every crevice and section is adequately deep cleaned.
  • Oral B 8000 Genius cleans only 7 times better than a manual brush.
  • The New DiamondClean with Bluetooth App has a micro-chip fitted on the brush head that intuitively pairs the brush head with the most appropriate cleaning mode for ultimate results. This not only makes it convenient to use (no guess work) but also maximizes the potential of every teeth cleaning session. This ultimately means better cleaning results for you.
  • With Oral B 8000 Genius, you have to do this manually.
  • The new DiamondClean is also quite elegant in look and feel when compared to the oral B 8000 Genius. It has a seamless matte finish that is sleek. Oral B Genius has both rubber and matte finish, the rubber can be hard to maintain and may become grubby if neglected.
  • It comes in six different colours (Lunar blue, Pink, Black, Rose-gold, Grey and Amethyst) while the 8000 Oral B Genius comes in only two colours white and black.
  • The DiamondClean is slightly less noisy when in use than the Genius Oral B. The Smart Sonic
  • DiamondClean Smart Sonic has a longer battery life than the Oral B Genius.

If you don’t mind paying a premium price and are just looking for the best electric toothbrush in the market then go for New Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Smart Sonic Series 9500/9700 with Blue tooth connectivity and App.

It is simply one of the very best there is in the market.

However if you want to save 50 dollars and still get a comparatively high specs toothbrush at the top end of the market then Oral B 8000 Genius is for you.[/su_box] Read a more detailed review of the New DiamondClean Smart Sonic with Bluetooth connectivity and App here. Read a detailed review that compares the new DiamondClean Smart Sonic Series with the new Oral B 8000 Genius.

Oral B 7000 vs Philips Sonicare DiamondClean.

These two are some of the most comprehensive toothbrushes in the market today. They are packed with nifty features. They both have a number of customised cleaning modes like the one for whitening teeth.

They are both very effective at cleaning teeth. Choosing Sonicare DiamondClean vs Oral B 7000 will be down to your taste and fine details that work for you. Check our comparison table below to see how their different features match up.

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Oral b 7000Sonicare DiamondClean
– 6 cleaning modes

-pressure sensor

-timer

-8800 oscillations and 40,000 pulsations

-battery life 10 days

-brush head 3

-voltage 110

-usb charging No

Bluetooth charging  No

Colours : Black and white

 

-5 cleaning  modes

-pressure sensor

-timer

-31000 strokes/min (62000 movements/min)

-Battery life 3 weeks

-brush heads 2

-voltage 110-220

-Usb charging Yes

-Bluetooth charging Yes

-Colours : Pink, Black, Rose-gold, Amethyst

 

 

  • As you can see there is not much difference between these two apart from minor details. Oral B 7000 scores better for having six brushing modes compared to Sonicare’s DiamondClean. Oral B 7000 has tongue cleaning mode which is lacking in the old Diamond Clean.
  • However in my opinion DiamondClean offers more value for your money. It has better practical features like, induction charging glass which makes charging effortless without messy wires. It has both rubber and matte finish unlike Oral B 7000 that only has rubber.
  • You also get dual charging system which means you can charge your brush in America and abroad without the inconvenience of buying a converter. DiamondClean has a long battery life of three weeks compared to Oral B 7000 that has a battery life of 7-10 days.
  • DiamondClean also comes in different sets of colours: Black, Rose-gold, Amethyst and Pink while Oral B 7000 comes in black and white colour. The only place where the 7000 Oral B scores higher is the tongue cleaning mode. However, most people don’t really place tongue cleaner high in their teeth cleaning regime.

If you are really keen on tongue cleaning, you can buy Sonicare’s tongue cleaning kit which is sold separately on their website for less than twenty dollars. You can also take the leap of faith and buy the latest Smart Sonic DiamondClean  9500/9700 series.

Let us now explore mid-priced toothbrushes by these two big two brands: Oral B or Sonicare?

Sonicare Philips HX6921/30 Flexcare Plus VS Oral B Professional Precision 5000

These two have different number brushing modes (five). FlexCare plusmodes are:

  1. daily clean,
  2. gumcare,
  3. refresh and
  4. sensitive

While Oral B precision 5000 has:

  • daily clean,
  • sensitive,
  • whitening,
  • deep clean and
  • Whitening.

In this case the Oral B 5000 professional precision has an edge because it has whitening mode. However, this will depend on your personal preferences.

The Flexcare plus HX6921/30 runs on patented sonic technology that most customers find comfortable. It’s batteries last three weeks and like most Philips Sonicare, toothbrushes, it has dual charging system.

However the Oral B 5000 precision professional

Not only do you get a whitening and gum mode unlike the Flexcare Plus that only has gumcare, you also get smartguide Bluetooth connectivity.

With the smartguide, you can track your tooth cleaning regime to see where to make improvement. Choosing the Oral B pro 5000 here over the Sonicare Flex plus will give you more bang for your money.

Oral B pro precision is highly recommended by dental experts largely because of its tooth by tooth cleaning and has proved to be a hit with many customers. In this case, you are better off going for Oral B 5000 pro smart series with blue tooth connectivity if you are looking for a toothbrush in this price range.

 

Brand modelPhilips Sonicare FlexCare HX6921/02Oral B  Pro 5000 Precision
Number of brushing modes45
Battery duration3 weeks7-10 days
System of voltage110-220110
ColourSky blue with shades of whiteSilver/white
Strokes per minute310008800 oscillations and 40,000 pulsations

Oral B 5000 Smart Series Vs Philips Sonicare Flexicare Platinum Connected

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Oral B 6000 Series Vs Philips Sonicare Flexicare(+)Plus

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Oral B 5000 Deep Sweep Vs Philips Sonicare FlexCare White Premium Whitening Edition

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Oral B 4000 Vs Philips Sonicare Healthy White+ Plus HX8911

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Sonicare or Oral B: Lower Medium Price Comparison

Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 Easy Clean Vs Oral B Pro Precision 3000

These two are fairly mid-priced toothbrushes by Oral B and Sonicare. Which one of this give you more value for your money?

Oral B 3000 has three brushing modes (Daily Clean, Whitening and gum care (for sensitive teeth). It also has a bristle indicator that notifies you when your brush heads needs replacement and a pressure sensor to alert you when brushing too hard.

Unlike Oral B Pro 3000, theSonicare easy Clean HX6511doesn’t have a pressure sensor. You might argue that all Sonicare toothbrushes are specially calibrated to starter and stall when brushing too hard, but that is not at the same level as a dedicated pressure indicator.

The Philips “pressure sensor” is a default generic setting while the one in Oral B 3000 one is a dedicated hands-on pressure sensor that will beep whenever you brush too hard. Brushing too hard can be harmful to your gums.

The Sonicare Easy Clean only has one brushing mode, which can be limiting in case you want to explore different brushing modes. Sonicare Easy Clean HX6511 however has a long lasting battery that lasts up to three weeks compared to Oral B pro 3000 battery that lasts only 7-10 days on a full charge.

All in all you will get more value if you go for the Oral B 3000 because it offers more specifications and brushing modes that will enhance your teeth cleaning experience.

Brand ModelOral B Professional Precision 3000Philips Sonicare HX6511/50
Brushing modes3 (Daily Clean, gum care/sensitive and Whitening)1 Clean (Daily Clean)
Battery Duration7-10 days3 weeks
Pressure sensorYesNo
Strokes per minute40000 pulsations and 8800 oscillations31000
Easy start

 

Voltage

 

Colour

 

Indicator Bristles

No

 

110 V

 

Light blue

 

Yes

Yes

 

Dual Voltage (110V & 220 V)

 

Light green

 

No

 

 

Oral B 3000 Vs Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control HX6211/30

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Oral B 2000 Vs Philips Sonicare 3 Series Gum health, HX6631

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Comparison of Cheap/Low Budget Toothbrushes by Oral B and Sonicare

Philips Sonicare HX5610/01 Essence Vs Oral B Professional 1000.

Both these low priced toothbrushes are simple but still effective at cleaning your teeth. They both have one basic brushing mode: Clean/daily clean. They also have the two minutes and timer and quadrant.

Apart from the bristle indicator in the Oral B pro 1000, there is nothing that really separates these two other than:

Philips Sonicare trademark long lasting batteries and comfortable cleaning experience (Sonicare brushes are relatively less noisier than Oral B.

Sonicare brush heads look similar to manual brushes and most customers find this comfortable when in use.

Philips Sonicare HX5610features and angled neck handle and bristles that are contoured that make for a comfortable brushing experience.

It also has the easy start feature that enables new users to get used to the Sonicare cleaning experience by reducing the number of vibrations of the brush when they initially start using Sonicare brushes. The vibrations are then gradually increased to the maximum 31000 strokes per minute when one gets used to cleaning with Sonicare brushes.

If you are looking for a functional affordable toothbrush then the Philips Sonicare HX5610 is the one to go for.

Brand ModelOral B Pro 1000Philips Sonicare HX5610/01 Essence
ColourFaded blueBlue and White
Indicator BristlesYesNo
Strokes Per Minute20,000 pulsations and 8800oscillations31000
Easy StartNoYes
Battery Duration after Charge7-10 days3 weeks
Voltage110V110V and 220 V (dual voltage)

Oral B 1000 Vs Philips Sonicare Essence Plus HX3211/30

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Key Difference between Philips Sonicare vs Oral B: Brushing Technology

One of the defining differences between these two toothbrush producers is the cleaning technology. These two brands employ different patented brushing technology.

Philips Sonicare uses sonic Vibration, while Oral B employs Rotations and Oscillations (In the more recent versions like Oral B 7000 and Genius 8000, they have added pulsations). Now let’s take a closer look at each of these tooth cleaning technologies.

Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush

Philips uses vibrations also called Sonic technology. This involves movements of the bristles at ultra high  speeds (62000 movements per minute) alongside your teeth. Phillips Sonicare deploys ultrasonic technology.

Ultrasonic technology simply means that the bristles make numerous circular movements around your teeth that sweep fluids around your teeth and in between crevices of your teeth to remove any food residue and plaque.

Unlike ordinary electric toothbrushes that vibrate between 2000-7000 strokes per minute, the Philips Sonicare Ultrasonic movements hit 31,000 strokes per minute.

These high frequency vibrations enable Sonicare toothbrushes to be quite effective in removing plaque and providing overall dental care. Sonicare toothbrushes remove up to 7 times more plaque than ordinary electric toothbrushes according to expert studies by over 50 Universities. The latest Adaptive brush head by Sonicare is clinically proven to clean 10 times better than a manual toothbrush.

The overall effect of ultrasonic movements is that your teeth become whiter and your gums get stronger and healthier because most of the plaque that makes your gums weak is easily removed when cleaning.

Braun Oral B Electric Toothbrush

When Oral B first produced their first electric toothbrush over twenty years ago, they employed rotations movement in their teeth cleaning technology. Later they added Oscillations. The combination of rotation and oscillation technique is the one used in almost all Oral B toothbrushes.

In the Rotation and Oscillation technology, the brush head makes semi-circular back and forth movements as you brush from tooth to tooth. This technology ensures that each tooth is brushed effectively. It dismantles any built up plaque in the teeth and under the gum line.

Recently Oral B has added pulsating movements in their high range brushes. Pulsations make the bristles to move in between teeth in an “in-out” movement of 0.5mm made by the brush head.

The movements start from the rear to the front. According to studies  the pulsations improve penetration of bristles in between teeth and hard to reach areas where it is difficult to dislodge and remove plaque.

This 3D technology (rotation, oscillation and pulsation) is now generally referred to as Oral-B Professional Care Series. It involves angled movements of the brush that make 40,000 pulses per minute and 8,800 bristle oscillations that remove plaque round your tooth.

The brush is angled at 16 degrees for best results that cover all dimensions of your teeth. Scientific research indicates that 3D rotary technique of cleaning teeth is effective in removing plaque and organic stains. It also reduces gingivitis inflammation and stain formation .  This technique can make your teeth a few shades whiter in a matter of two weeks and removes four times more plaque than a manual toothbrush.

Sonicare vs Oral B: Other Key Deciding Factors

As we have seen the two cleaning techniques by Oral b vs. Sonicare electric toothbrush are comparably effective- there is no clear winner when using brushing technique as a basis of making a decision. There are other facts that may help you decide which of the two brands to go for.

How long does the battery last after charge:

In general toothbrushes by Philips Sonicare have long lasting battery life. They last up to three weeks after only one full charge. This can be quite helpful especially if you are travelling. Meanwhile Oral B brushes have a far shorter battery life of between 7 to 10 days. The new Oral B Genius 8000 has a battery life of 12 days. This might however not be a big deal if you mainly use your toothbrush at home. You can choose to charge it after a couple of days to keep the charge topped up.

Voltage Features

All Oral B toothbrushes operate only on American standard voltage of 110 volts. This means they can only be used in the USA. In case you travel abroad you will need a converter. Sonicare toothbrushes on the other hand support both 220V and 110V which enables you to charge the toothbrush both on American standard volts sockets and international sockets that support 220V system.

Noise and Feel:

Philips Sonicare toothbrushes are relatively quiet when in use compared to Oral B which are generally noisier. However once you get used to your toothbrush, the noise is not such a bother. It is tolerable noise.

When it comes to look and feel; Sonicare brush heads look like traditional manual brushes. They are oblong in shape while Oral B brush heads are rounded and do not look like traditions toothbrushes. According to Oral B, the rounded shape of their brush heads is inspired by dentistry tools. High end Sonicare brush handles are made of rubber and matte. Oral B on the other hand has an ergonomic handle made of rubber.

Timers, Quadpacers and Pressure Sensors.

Although both Sonicare and Oral B have timers and quad-pacers, the Sonicare one only sounds off every 30 seconds to alert you that you should move to another quadrant in your mouth when brushing while Oral B especially the more recent ones like Genius 8000 buzzes and also visually signals you by flashing light on the customizable 360 smart ring. They also have  a digital timer which you can view in their flagship smartguide. This way you also easily monitor visually that you are brushing for the recommended 2 minutes.

Pressure sensors alert you when you are brushing too hard. Brushing too hard can be harmful to your gums. Almost all Oral B brushes have pressure sensors integrated in them apart from Oral B Deep Sweep 1000 and the battery operated Oral B Vitality Series.

Meanwhile in the Philips Sonicare range, only the Philips Sonicare Flexcare HX6921/02 and the new DiamondClean Smart Sonic Series 9500/ 9700 with bluetooth connectivity features a pressure sensor. However all Sonicare toothbrushes will starter and stall when you apply too much pressure. This is as close they come to having an inbuilt pressure sensor.

Brushing Modes

Sonicare and Oral B both have different toothbrush modes in their range; However, Oral B has a wide selection of brushing modes than Sonicare. For instance, Sonicare’s high end toothbrush, Philips DiamondClean has five brushing modes compared to the Oral B that has six brushing modes.

Brush Heads:

Oral B has a wider selection of brush heads than Sonicare. The cool thing is that all variations of Oral B’s brush heads are compatible with all different Oral B toothbrush models, from high end to basic models. This means you can use Oral B 7000 brush head on an Oral B 3000 toothbrush. Their brush heads are also relatively cheaper than Sonicare.

On the other hand, not all Sonicare replacement brush heads are compatible with different models. Their replacement brush head are slightly more expensive than Oral B.

Grapevine has it that Sonicare’s brush head last longer than Oral B. Initially Sonicare brush heads (according to official e-manuals of e-series models like Elite and Essence) lasted for six months but they recently changed that to three months just like Oral B.

Philips Sonicare brush heads come in two versions: standard and compact. The standard one is similar to manual brushes while the compact are smallish.

DiamondClean, Adaptive Clean, Simply Clean, e-series, ProResults and Sonicare for Kids come fitted with the compact brush head.

All Sonicare models have a compatible compact brush head. The compact small brush heads easily accesses those difficult to reach areas in our mouth.

For this reason and the noise aspect, some people consider Sonicare brushes to be more comfortable to use than Oral B electric toothbrush.

Price

Philips Sonicare toothbrushes are generally considered more costly than Oral B. However, a lot also depends on where you buy from, if you buy from Online stores like Amazon, you are bound to get a discounted and competitive price.

Though Oral B clearly has more variety when it comes to brush heads and also employ advanced technology in their toothbrushes, they are cheaper than Sonicare.

Variety and Comfort when in Use

Sonicare have put much effort in making their toothbrush as comfortable and easy to use as possible. Their brush heads are small, just like manual brushes, they are relatively less noisy when in use and they have an easy-start feature that reduces the number of rotations the bristles make to enable a new user get accustomed to using electric toothbrush.

The rotations will be gradually increased until you get comfortable to using an electric toothbrush.

All these efforts and features make it easy for you to effortlessly transition from using a manual toothbrush to an electric one. My research of hundreds of customer feedback indicates that many people find Sonicare toothbrushes more comfortable to use than Oral B. In my opinion this is why Sonicare brushes are still popular, in spite of their relatively higher price point compared to Oral B.

Design

Oral B brushes especially the top end ones have classy features like Bluetooth connectivity and the wireless Smartguide that tracks your brushing progress. Most have a visual digital timer.  They have differently designed brush heads and generally look more modern and cool.

Sonicare on the other part have  a simpler look. They look like traditional manual brushes. Its high end brushes like the FlexCare Platinum also have additional features like charging glass (DiamondClean), USB connectivity and smart sensors that have Bluetooth connectivity.

Distinctive New Features by Oral B and Sonicare

Ultra Violet Sanitizer

Philips Sonicare introduced UV Sanitizer in their top end models. The UV sanitizer ensures that your toothbrush is 100% of free of germs and bacteria.

See top 5 best electric toothbrush with uv sanitizer.

When your brush is stored in the open, there is a chance that stray microorganisms might get in contact with your brush. This could be in form of dust or any in the imaginable thing.

Boiling the brush in water is out of question since the bristles are made of plastic. Running cold water on the brush does not get rid all microorganisms that may be on the toothbrush.

However with a UV sanitizer all germs and microorganisms will be denatured by Ultra Violet rays.

Here below are the toothbrushes that have Ultra Violet sanitizer

Philips Sonicare Flexcare HX6921/02

Bluetooth Connectivity

Oral B has the smartguide technology the uses Bluetooth to connect the toothbrush to a smart device. This enables users to track their tooth cleaning regime to know the progress they are making. The Bluetooth connectivity enables users to visually see their oral cleaning on a Smartphone screen.

These are the Toothbrushes by Oral B that have the Bluetooth technology feature:

·         Pro 5000 Smart Series

·       Deep Sweep 5000 Smart Series

·         Oral B Black 7000

Philips Sonicare has only one model, Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected, with blue technology embedded in it: It has smart sensors that send your brushing data to Sonicare App that will give you feedback and coaching on how to improve your brushing experience for better results.

Tongue Cleaning

Philips Sonicare brand toothbrushes don’t have tongue cleaning feature in their toothbrushes but they sell a tongue cleaner separately. Meanwhile Oral B has the tongue cleaner functionality in their Oral B precision 7000 model.

Dual Charging

Philips Sonicare, as already mentioned has double charging system. You can charge the electric toothbrush on American standards sockets and on international electric sockets that usually operate on 220 voltages.

Similarities between Sonicare Philips and Braun Oral B

Both have LCD screen display

Both have models that have LCD screen display.

Two Minutes Timer

One common feature between Philips Sonicare vs Oral B is the two minutes timer. The timer alerts you when you have brushed for the dentist recommended two minutes. It also alerts you every 30 seconds to move from one section/quarter of the mouth (quadrant) to the next one, so that all sections of your mouth are given adequate care and attention.

Charging Stations

Both have charging stations with relatively small footprint.

Two Years Guarantee

Both brands offer two years guarantee on their toothbrushes.  Oral B offers to return your money if at all you are not happy with your purchase within 60 days while Sonicare allows only 28 days money back guarantee after purchase.

 

 

A brief background about Oral B Electric Toothbrush vs Philips Sonicare:

Braun Oral B was first started by a doctor from California called DR. Robert W. Hutson. It was the first company to make toothbrushes with soft bristles that were gentle to gums.

The Californian doctor later sold his patented Oral B toothbrush (then called Oral B 60) to Gillette and Braun that is owned by Proctor and Gamble. Oral B is now a subsidiary under Proctor and Gamble.

While Philips Sonicare initially started as an entrepreneurial project by an electric engineer named David Gulliani. He teamed up with two University professors to form a company called Gemtec.

They launched their first toothbrush in 1992. They later rebranded themselves as Optiva. Optiva was sold to Philips domestic appliances subsidiary and renamed Philips Oral health.

It became very popular and became the best selling toothbrush in the USA, In 2003 they renamed it Philips Sonicare for marketing purposes.

If you are looking for best selling Philips toothbrush from a medium priced to high end, then  here below once again are the top three models of Philips Sonicare vs Oral B:

Best electric toothbrush by Philips Sonicare

While the top Oral B Braun electric toothbrushes are

Finally, here is the whole lot of electric toothbrush Sonicare vs Oral B

Different models by Braun Oral B

Oral B 7000

5000 series (deep sweep, oral b pro with Bluetooth, Oral B Professional Care smart Series, Oral B deep Sweep 5000 Wireless Smart Guide)

4000 series: Oral B professional Care Smart Series 4000

3000 series : Oral B Professional Care 3000

Oral B Professional Care 2000

1000 series: Oral B deep sweep 1000, Oral B Professional Care 1000

Oral B Vitality (Vitality series run on batteries): Braun Oral B Vitality Floss Action, Oral B Vitality Pro White, Oral B Vitality Sensitive, Oral B Vitality Dual Clean

Kids Oral B electric Toothbrush: Oral B Pro-Health JR (STAGES), Oral B Frozen

Electric toothbrush model list by Philips Sonicare

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean

Philips Flexcare Plus Platinum connected

Philips Sonicare easy clean: HX6511/50Philips Sonicare essence: HX5610/04, HX5610/30, HX5620/20, HX5630/50 Philips Flexicare Platinum HX9170/10,HX9110/02 Philips Sonicare healty white: HX6731/02 Philips Sonicare for kids: HX6311/02, HX6311/07 Philips Sonicare Flexcare: HX6921/02, HX6921/04, HX6911/02 Philips Sonicare 2 series plaque control: HX6211/04

Conclusion

Both these patented techniques have data driven evidence that proves them to be effective in cleaning teeth. They have both been scientifically proven to clean plaque hidden under the gum and in-between teeth. In spite of the high speed movements in Philips Sonicare Sonic technology and Oral B 3D (rotating, oscillating and pulsating) technology, both of these  patented cleaning techniques are gentle on the gum and offer overall comfortable cleaning experience. Some studies indicate that Sonicare is slightly better at reducing gingivitis inflammation than Oral B. However the margins are so small to make any solid conclusion.

Check our dedicated Oral B vs Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Coupons 2017.

 

References:

  1. sheffield.academia.edu/PeterRobinson/Papers/387134/Manual_versus_powered_toothbrushing_for_oral_health
  2. A six-month clinical comparison of the efficacy of the Sonicare and the Braun Oral-B electric toothbrushes on improving periodontal health in adult periodontitis patients.
  3. A comparison of the Braun Oral-B 3D plaque remover and the Sonicare plus electric toothbrush in removing naturally occurring extrinsic staining
  4. Comparison of an oscillating/rotating electric toothbrush and a ‘sonic’ toothbrush in plaque-removing ability.

 

 

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