Colgate ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush Review
Teeth is an area which I’ve not yet covered on my blog, but one which certainly deserves much more recognition. It’s important to look after your teeth and I cannot stress enough that there is nothing pleasant about having fillings and various other dental treatments. I’ve always brushed my teeth twice a day with a standard toothbrush (I have never owned an electric toothbrush) because I just didn’t see the need for an electric one. However recently it’s become apparent that using an electric toothbrush comes with many more benefits to maintaining my oral hygiene which is why I started using Colgate ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush.
The Colgate ProClinical A1500* is one of the UK’s first electric toothbrushes to automatically adjust whilst brushing. The sensors will pick up on the position that the toothbrush is held in the mouth and will adjust the speed accordingly. The mid speed is ideal for massaging strokes for the gumline. A much slower speed for side to side strokes for teeth surfaces and a fast speed for up down strokes for molars. When going from a traditional toothbrush to one which produces up to 32,500 strokes per minute from the sonic wave vibrations to effectively remove plaque, it does take some getting used to and I felt like my teeth were a little sensitive after the first few uses.
The A1500 toothbrush has a lightweight and ergonomic design which is ideal for manoeuvring seamlessly around the mouth. There is a ‘Two Minute Timer’ incorporated in the brush to ensure that you are cleaning your teeth in accordance with the recommended time by dental professionals, plus a 30 second pacer to prompt you when it’s time to clean a different part of your mouth. Despite the initial sensitivity, I have definitely noticed how much cleaner my teeth feel after using and they look much more polished than before.
There are two types of brush head to choose from – The Triple Clean which cleans in three ways or if you experience more sensitivity there’s the Sensitive brush for gentle and deep cleaning. The travel case is perfect for when you’re on the go and even allows you to tuck in an extra brush head for those extra nights away.
The price for the Colgate ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush is £169.99 but I’ve seen it on offer on Boots online for £84.99, but you could save another 15% with code: DENTAL15 making the toothbrush £72.24. This is definitely an investment, but one which will come with long term benefits and you can rest assured that you teeth are getting the care they deserve.
Do you currently use an electric toothbrush? Do you find its improved your oral health overall?
Love Sophia xo