The i InterCare brush head features extra-long, densely packed, high-quality bristles to target deep interdental plaque. It is clinically proven to reduce gingival bleeding and inflammation in just two weeks.
Fillings, crowns, or sensitive areas? Not to worry.
You can be sure of a safe brushing experience: our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers, and helps prevent cavities and improve gum health.
Philips Sonicare's advanced sonic technology
Philips Sonicare's advanced sonic technology pulses water between your teeth, and its brush strokes break plaque up and sweep it away for an exceptional daily clean.
Patients get the most from their brush heads
All brush heads wear out over time. But we've got that covered too: our smart brush-recognition technology tracks how long patients have been using their brush head for and how hard they've been brushing. When it's time to replace it, a light on the handle lets them know. That way, they can be sure that their brush head is consistently doing a stellar job.
A gentle nudge to go nice and easy
Patients may not notice if they are brushing too hard, but their toothbrush will. If patients start taking it out on their gums, the toothbrush will make a pulsing sound as a reminder to ease off on the pressure.
Connects smart brush handle and smart brush heads
A microchip-enabled technology that detects and synchronises the smart brush head with the smart handle. The smart handle and smart brush head pair is a powerful combination that enables Smart replacement reminders.
A great way for patients to get used to their toothbrush
Starting something new can take getting used to. That's why our easy-start programme gives patients the option of a gradual, gentle increase in brushing power the first 14 times they use their new toothbrush.
Encouragement to brush thoroughly
Our QuadPacer lets patients know when they've spent just the right amount of time cleaning each part of their mouth, while our Smartimer tells them when they've brushed for the recommended two minutes.