5 Tips For Buying Sonicare Replacement Heads

Sonicare replacement heads are readily available both at local retail shops and on the internet. But when shopping for replacement heads for your Sonicare toothbrush, what should you be looking for and how can you get the best deal? Below are just a few ideas to get you started.

There are two main types of replacement heads. For older models, like the Sonicare Elite and the Sonicare Essence, you need to be looking for the screw on head. If you have a Sonicare FlexCare or Sonicare HealthyWhite toothbrush you need the newer snap on style of head. For the Sonicare For Kids brushes, you also need the snap on type. In fact, all snap on heads are interchangeable. So if you want, you can use a kids head for your adult toothbrush or give your kids one of your heads should they run out.

Choose the size you prefer. Often you can get the same model of replacement head in two sizes. Some come in compact and standard (compact is just smaller) or sensitive and standard (sensitive is just softer). The For Kids toothbrushes also have two head sizes. The bigger size is for children aged 7 and up, while the smaller size is for children aged 4 to 7, or for older kids who need more precision.

Have you truly worn out your current head? The recommended replacement time is every three months. However, many users have found that they last much longer, up to six months. In any case, be sure to replace the head when the blue stripe disappears. Then you are sure to be getting the best possible cleaning, and bacteria won’t build up.

Shop around for the best deal. Replacement heads are expensive so be sure to check out your local retailers advertisements for sales, and check the packaging for coupons or rebates. The internet is replete with ‘deals’ on Sonicare heads, but look around for the best price. In addition, you can often find promotional codes or coupons on the internet. Search for Sonicare promo code or Sonicare coupon and see what you can find.

Lastly, calculate the cost of shipping into the cost of the replacement heads if you buy online. Shipping can inflate the cost of the heads online well over the cost of the heads at your local retailer.

If you do your homework and shop around, you can save a significant amount on Sonicare replacement heads. Your wallet will thank you, and so will your teeth.

Visit Francesca Korpela’s website on Sonicare Replacement Heads if you would like more details and tips. There, she also reviews the popular Sonicare Healthy White, which can both clean and whiten your teeth.

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