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Discussion in 'TM Lounge' started by romey1, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. romey1

    romey1 Banned

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  2. jamesfrmphilly

    jamesfrmphilly Piano User

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    the north philly ghetto
    i have been using sonicare for years, welcome to the club.
    gotta go brush.
     
  3. Mikey

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    I have one too, on advice from my dentist. My gums were getting a bit tender, and he recommended the Sonicare.

    Since I have been using it (over a year now), no more sore gums.
    Many a dubba C has been blown with false teeth, but I hope my natural ones last as long as possible. (Cheaper too!)

    Good choice, Romey.........


    Mike
     
  4. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

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    Yee HAW!
    Does it use a heavyweight mouthpiece? :D
     
  5. Anonymous

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    Bravo on the Sonic Care romey1. I have never really thought about getting on the electronic tooth brush train but now I just might.

    How many $bones$ will this set me back. Will this help my upper register?
     
  6. DrunkIQ

    DrunkIQ Pianissimo User

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    my hygentist recommed the Oral B-3D, it is almost exactly like the industral one they use in the office...

    it works great and slows down if you press to hard...

    -marc
     
  7. romey1

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  8. lonelyangel

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    I've been using mine for 2 years now. They rock!

    Noel.
     
  9. haveatake

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    Dear Romey- Those things don't work. Sincerly, the dentist that works out of the back of a van in a mall parking lot
     
  10. BachMan

    BachMan Pianissimo User

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    Call me old fashioned but I think I am going to stick with the regular time tested tooth brush.

    If I'm daring I go for a "Reach Brush" or something like that for $1.50 at CVS

    Over $100 for a tooth brush?

    Will that thing floss you at the same time?
     

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