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Philips Sonicare Elite e9500 Custom Care Power Toothbrush

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  • Number-one recommended brand by dental professionals
  • One tapered ergonomic handle with a deluxe recharge gauge
  • Two contoured brush heads: compact and standard size
  • Max to gentle speed setting
  • Programmable Quadpacer: 30-second interval timer encourages thorough brushing

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Just like a smile, no two mouths are the same. That's why the Sonicare Elite 9500 is designed with the new Custom Care System, offering two speeds and two brush head sizes for more individualized brushing. The Elite e9500 has patented sonic technology, high-speed bristle motion, and dynamic fluid cleaning action that gently and effectively reaches deep between teeth and below the gumline. Sonicare is the only Sonic toothbrush with a slim angled neck, contoured-fit bristles and ultra high speed bristle speed for greater plaque removal in hard to reach areas. Plus, Sonicare is the #1 personally used and recommended brand by U. S. dental professionals. If you are not 100 percent satisfied with your Sonicare Elite 9500 system, Sonicare will give you a full refund, no questions asked.

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The Sonicare Elite 9500 Custom Care Power Toothbrush is built for your individual oral care needs. Just like a smile, no two mouths are the same. That’s why the Sonicare Elite 9500 is designed with the new Custom Care System, offering two speeds and two brush head sizes for more individualized brushing. The Elite 9500 has patented sonic technology, high-speed bristle motion, and dynamic fluid cleaning action that gently and effectively reaches deep between teeth and below the gumline.



The Elite 9500 is built for your individual oral care needs.


31,000 bristle sweeps per minute removes harmful plaque.
Sonicare is the only Sonic toothbrush with a slim angled neck, contoured-fit bristles and ultra high speed bristle speed for greater plaque removal in hard to reach areas. Plus, Sonicare is the #1 personally used and recommended brand by U. S. dental professionals.

Building better health into every Sonicare.
The mouth is the gateway to your body. It is increasingly being identified as a vulnerable entry point for bacteria associated with serious medical conditions. Evidence also continues to emerge that shows a link between gum disease and a variety of systemic conditions, including diabetes, heart attack and stroke, and the occurrence of pre-term low birth weight babies. So it’s essential that when you think of total body health you include your mouth by focusing on gum disease prevention.

Philips Oral Healthcare is dedicated to developing innovations that result in superior oral health and, therefore, can help improve and maintain overall health.

About Sonicare’s Patented Technology and Custom Care System
Sonicare’s unique patented combination of high speed bristle motion with extra wide sweeping motion creates effective, yet gentle dynamic fluid cleaning action. So you get superior plaque removal, especially in hard-to-reach areas, deep between teeth and below the gumline. In fact, this technology generates 31,000 bristle sweeps per minute, and laboratory studies show that it removes harmful plaque bacteria up to four millimeters beyond the bristle tips -- even below the gum-line. With the Sonicare 9500 in hand, you can count on naturally whiter teeth and healthier gums.

Sonicare -- Use it for your mouth, use it for your body
Diabetes: Studies have shown that people with diabetes are more susceptible to oral infections and gum disease than those without diabetes. The Sonicare toothbrush is proven to reduce gingivitis, contributing to better oral health and, therefore, better overall health.

Cardiovascular: People with severe gum disease may have up to double the risk of stroke or heart attack. And Sonicare is clinically proven to reduce plaque, the root cause of gum disease, making Sonicare an important part of a healthy lifestyle.

Pre-term low birth weight: When severe gum disease is present, some women are up to seven times more likely to deliver a pre-term low birth weight baby. And Sonicare toothbrushes are clinically proven to reduce gingivitis, so they can significantly improve oral health for better overall health.


Sonicare Elite 9500 Features
 
2 Contoured Brush heads
Standard size is ideal for complete cleaning
Compact provides procession care
2 Speeds
Max for a thorough everyday clean
Gentle for sensitive areas and gum massage
Programmable Quadpacer
30-second interval timer encourages thorough brushing of each quadrant of your mouth.
Optional 30 seconds of brushing to focus on problematic areas
Easy Start
Gently increases power over the first 14 uses to ease you into the Sonicare experience.
Smart Timer
2-minute timer helps to ensure dental professional recommended brushing time.
Deluxe Recharge Gauge
Green light tracks battery charge and yellow lights signal when to recharge.
Great for travel, fully charge Sonicare will last for up to two weeks of normal brushing.
Ergonomic Tapered Handle
Tapered handle with non-slip soft grip designed to improve maneuverability.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 3.7 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000EHNDD0
  • UPC: 075020803238
  • Item model number: 9500
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #269,099 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Sonicare is the BEST electric toothbrush!
Moshabar Ali
Purchased this product to better clean my teeth and to improve gum health.
Wolfgang
Teeth feel clean and smooth, like I've been to the dentist.
D. Bass

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

267 of 269 people found the following review helpful By John on May 5, 2006
The only difference I can see between my new 9500 and the 7500/7300 models (about $20 cheaper if you can still find one) is that it comes with two different brush sizes. Replacement brushes are available in drug stores, Wal Marts, Target, and some grocery stores. It has two power settings. By default, it beeps at 30-second intervals and shuts off after two minutes so you can "do" your teeth by quadrants. All the "programmable timer" feature amounts to is the option of running for an extra 30-second interval, or turning the timer off entirely so that it's just on/off. The "easy start" feature, enabled out of the box, gradually increases power over the first fourteen brushings.

(August, 2006: Note that there is now a 9800 model with the same features as this one currently selling on Amazon for LESS. That is the one to get.)

My turn-of-the-century Sonicare would run a *good* two weeks on a charge with just me using it, and this one does too (more like three!). The instructions (then and now) say to leave it in the charger when not in use, but I always unplugged it to run the battery all the way down before re-charging; I think that's why it lasted so long. These have a good old fashioned nickel-cadmium battery and they only have so many charge cycles. I suspect the manufacturer doesn't want that getting around because their revenue stream would atrophy if everyone went this long before buying a replacement.

One nice thing about these new-generation Sonicares: smaller brushes and dramatically less splatter. The brush of my Y2K model looked like a standard manual toothbrush and some splatter was inevitable with that thing; I would remove my shirt or drape a towel over my shoulders to avoid getting festooned with micro-flecks of toothpaste.
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By I. He on July 10, 2006
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Comparing this with Oral-B, Sonicare is more powerful, giving you versitility to move around the mouth. As a man and as a regular guy who has been using the regular tooth bush since childhood, I couln't help moving any electronic tools up and down and left and right in the mouth. With Oral-B, you can't do that, you feel it's not right doing it. But Sonicare makes that easy. I love it.

I'm a regular tea drinker, my teeth look brigher after using it comparing 5 years using the Oral-B.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By College Jane on July 8, 2008
Do yourself a favor and buy the Sonicare FlexCare. The newer FlexCare models are an upgrade without the screw-on design flaw of this Sonicare model. This model has a hideous design where the saliva and other brushing liquids seep down into the inner mechanisms of the hand piece and pool up in a really disgusting way and requires you to take it apart and clean off inner crevices made up of metal and plastic parts. The new design eliminates all that slew of slime. This brushing action is fantastic, just like the new one, but this design stinks...literally.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By jebbypal on November 6, 2006
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As someone whose gums are prone to recession, the oralb power toothbrush was always too rough and the round heads too large to avoid my gums. Even using the "gentle" head caused me problems. However, my teeth stain easily to coffee, so I like that power toothbrushes minimize stain buildup between dental visits. I tried this after seeing it at a friend's house.

Verdict: the more normal "brush" shape is more what one is accustomed to with normal toothbrushes. It still seems a tad over energetic even on the gentle cycle, but I haven't noticed any worsening of recession. It also fights stains in between the teeth better than its oralb counterpart.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By R. Ocampo VINE VOICE on March 29, 2008
Here's a tip. Grab the same model from your local warehouse shopping club for the deluxe package and you will have an extra handle, an extra brush head and a compact plastic travel case at less than the price this single-brush head model is being offered.

I admit, I'm late in the game in switching to this particular model as there is now the more expensive FlexCare line with a more compact brush head and supposedly more powerful sonic brushing action. However, the price of the Sonicare is very, very attractive these days especially since they introduced the latest FlexCare line which is supposed to be more elite than this Elite model.

I've been an Oral-B Braun power toothbrush user for years constantly upgrading every two years for their latest toothbrush. I've generally been happy and I really can't complain much as any electric toothbrush is definitely a step up from manual.

So after two solid years of using the Oral-B Triumph model with exclusive use of their FlossAction brush head, I've decided to finally give in to the Philips Sonicare Elite side. Why did I make the switch?

I was drawn into the Sonicare line because I've been using a similar sonic product called Clarisonic for almost a year already. I was totally impressed with the effective cleaning ability and the smoothness it created on my skin. Furthermore, I was especially impressed with the 2-week battery life which gave a constant output from full charge to the end.

COMPARED TO ORAL-B:

My problem with Oral-B Triumph and their older line of power toothbrush is that at full charge the brush action is at it's best power. After a few days, you can tell how much the battery is getting drained and how weak the spinning action is becoming.
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