Your oral health mirrors your health, a most common saying you may have heard multiple times from your dentist or seen written in the hospital. After reading this proverb and having numerous sessions with a doctor, you decided to buy an electric toothbrush. Just like me, you bought an electric toothbrush from the favorite and recommended brand of the dentist, but now you wonder how to charge the toothbrush and how to replace its .head
I already have written an article on how to charge your electric toothbrush, so for this, you can have a look at that and for the second question that how to change its brush head I am here to help you because in this article I am going to share how to replace a Sonicare toothbrush head and also the complete information about different heads and with which model each head is compatible, so you don’t have to waste your money in buying brush head and realizing that oops it’s a mismatch.
How to Replace a Sonicare Toothbrush Head
To change Sonicare brush heads, you need to follow just two easy steps, which a 10-year-old can do easily.
- Grab your brush by hand and use a little force to pull the head away from the handle. You will hear a slight click sound, and the brush head will be in your hand.
- You will observe a straight metal prong. This metal prong act as a connection between the brush handle and head
- Now grab the new brush head, and you will see a hole in the brush head, which is exactly the size of a metal prong. Push the brush head on the metal prong. You will again hear a slight click, and if you are using the appropriate brush head, then because of the brush sync function, the brush indicator light will blink three times, indicating that you are all ready to go.
- All you need to do is press, push, brush and repeat.
Brush Head Types
This brush head is the classic one suitable for people who don’t suffer from any oral issues and just want to clean their teeth. It’s all-around cleaning with a contour profile that will fit the shape of your teeth and assist in plaque removal. This brush head is compatible with all variants, such as the Sonicare toothbrush, but the brush sync feature will not work.
C2 Optimal Plaque Defence
As the name suggests, it is for someone suffering from the issue of excessive plaque deposition on teeth as it removes plaque seven times more effectively than other brush heads. Their particular length and unique curve angle make it the best choice for plaque removal. Its specific design covers hard-to-reach areas of the mouth.
G2 Optimal Gum Care
If you suffer from sensitive gums and receding gums, or you are someone who is trying to combat gingivitis, then this brush head is for you. This will effectively remove plaque from teeth and gums and remain gentle on gums because its specially trimmed and curved bristles are ideal for teeth.
W2 Optimal White
Just like me, you drink coffee to start your day and open your eyes, then you may also have stubborn coffee stains, and you want to get rid of these stains and achieve a bright smile, then W2 will help to achieve a whiter smile in just seven days with its diamond-shaped bristles which make your teeth shine like diamonds.
C3 Premium Plaque Defense
If the optimal version fails to clean your stubborn teeth because of excessive plaque and your negligence for a long time, or if you just want to achieve rapid results, go for premium plaque defense. Its flexible bristle will help you provide four times more surface contact, and it will automatically select optimal cleaning mode if the brush is synced.
G3 Premium Gum Care
If your gingivitis has turned chronic from an acute state and your gums start bleeding just by touching, then buy G3 premium care without thinking twice as it absorbs all excess pressure and cleans the gum line with gentle strokes.
W3 Premium White
The optimal white brush head tale seven days to make your teeth like pearls, but if you want quick results, then no worries, we have W3 premium, which helps to whiten teeth in just three days by maintaining four times more contact.
T1 Tongue Care
Your teeth, gums, and tongue need care, so for this purpose, here is tongue care hard with 240 micro bristles that clean the tongue’s rough surface and help prevent conditions like oral thrush.
A3 Premium All-in-One
Suppose you are unsure about your oral care goals and which brush head is for you, then no worries. Phillips is here to help you with their all-rounder A3 premium all-in-one care which removes 20 times more plaque care for gums and helps fight teeth stains.
Brush Heads Compatibility
All the brush heads can be used with all models of Sonicare toothbrushes, but the difference is brush sync pro result brush head doesn’t sync with any model.
All the other heads perfectly sync with:
- ProtectiveClean 4300
- ProtectiveClean 5100
- ProtectiveClean 6100
- ExpertClean 7300
- DiamondClean 9000
- DiamondClean Smart
- Prestige 9900
And it doesn’t brush sync with any of the above models
- 2 Series
- 3 Series
- 5 Series
- FlexCare Platinum
Brush sync is the latest technology in toothbrushes. It can tell when you need to change your brush head, and the time limit is not three months. The brush decides according to your usage and pressure in your head. It may be less or more than three months. Also, brush sync technology has a built-in pressure sensor, 2-minute built-in timer, and 30-second pacer. Brush sync technology automatically identifies the brush head and selects the best cleaning mode. To achieve the best results and maximum outcome, buy a handle that supports brush sync with your favorite brush head.