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Philips Sonicare E-Series replacement toothbrush heads, HX7012/64, Compact
- Genuine Philips Sonicare rechargeable electric toothbrush head
- Compatible with screw on Philips handles: Advance, Essence, Elite, CleanCare and Xtreme handles. Not compatible with Essence+
- #1 Recommended power toothbrush brand by Dental Professionals
- Smaller brush head size helps you focus in tight places
- Dentists recommend replacement every 3 months for optimal results
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From the Manufacturer
Maintaining good oral health is easy with the Philips Sonicare e-Series Compact toothbrush heads. Designed to work with the Advance, Elite, Essence, CleanCare and Xtreme handles, these screw-on replacement brush heads feature compact, contoured bristles that go deep between teeth to remove plaque. They also feature an angled neck to help you easily focus on hard-to-reach areas where plaque can hide. The blue reminder bristles fade to let you know when it's time for a replacement. Replace your brush head every three months for best results.
Screw-on replacement brush heads feature compact, contoured bristles and an angled neck. View larger.
Angled Neck and Compact Bristle Field for Thorough Clean
With an angled neck and compact bristles that correspond to the natural shape of your teeth, the e-Series Compact toothbrush heads deliver a thorough, comfortable brushing experience. The angled neck provides optimal reach for the compact bristles, which have soft rounded ends that gently massage your gums and go deep between teeth to remove plaque. The compact bristle field is designed to help you reach tight places.
Replace Every Three Months
You can't see it, but your brush head wears over time. Blue reminder bristles fade in color to let you know when it's time to replace the brush head. Dental professionals recommend replacing your brush head every three months. Sonicare technology helps you remove up to two times more plaque compared to a manual toothbrush.
Brush Heads Screw On for Easy Replacement and Cleaning
Thanks to the brush head's screw-on design, it can be easily removed for cleaning or replacement. The heads come with caps for hygienic storage and travel.
Fits Multiple Sonicare Handles
The e-Series Compact brush heads work with the following Sonicare models: Advance, Essence, Elite, CleanCare, and Xtreme handles.
What's in the Box
Two e-Series Compact toothbrush heads and two hygienic travel caps.
HX7012/66 e-Series Compact Replacement Brush Heads, 2-Pack At a Glance:
- Two screw-on replacement e-Series Compact brush heads
- Slim angled neck helps remove plaque in hard-to-reach areas
- Compact, contoured bristles are gentle on gums
- Blue reminder bristles fade to indicate replacement time
- Replace brush head every three months for best results
- Fits Advance, Essence, Elite, CleanCare, and Xtreme handles
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|Replace Brush Head Every 3 Months for Maximum Cleaning & Whitening Power|
|Fits These Handles|
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Size: 2 Count | Style Name: Compact - Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
I originally had purchased the sonicare replacement brush heads, but I felt they were pretty pricey, so I purchased some Wal-Mart special replacement heads. Worst idea EVER. The wal-mart special replacements are loud, not even close to the same quality, and I'm pretty sure I would get the same clean from just using it manually. I am not even ready to replace my wal-mart heads, and have already bought these, which compared to local prices, is much gentler on the wallet!
Conclusion: Buy the real thing, spend the money on the sonicare heads, unless you want to hate your brush. It's not worth the savings, from Wal-mart or wherever, because you'll just be here, buying the real thing.
I, too, am pleased that Sonicare changed the packaging. The old pack of two came in plastic that needed special tools to open. Now, they come in the shown box, and just pop out. No muss, no fuss.
Note: To those of you who "subscribed" to get two brushes every 6 months and haven't received any lately, the old packaging has been discontinued and, evidently, the brush model as well. These are identical to the old brushes, but you might have to re-subscribe.
I noticed a huge difference after replacing the old brush head. It wasn't just the bristles that were frayed and worn out. The rubber "bumpers" that transmit the vibrations from the main body of the brush were also worn out. When I brushed my teeth with the new brush head, the brushing action was much more vigorous. For the first time in at least a year, my gums tingled the way they did when I first got the Sonicare. The manufacturer recommends replacing the brush head every three months. That may be a bit of overkill intended to sell brush heads, but I realize now that they do need to be replaced much more often than every three years.
Before changing to the Sonicare, I had used another brand of battery-operated brush found in drugstores. They were very inexpensive, but they didn't help my gums enough to keep them from deteriorating. Using the Sonicare has helped greatly to reverse the gum disease.
The fact that I used the original brush head for three years is testimony to the durability of the brush, but I recommend replacing the brush heads much more frequently than that.
Being a cheap SOB, I love my Sonicare but hate the cost of replacing the heads every 3 months or even 6 months, so I thought I would try the generics that you can now find. BIG MISTAKE.
Generics don;'t seem to screw on as easily, are REALLY loud when the toothbrush is in use, and have bristles that feels like they could cut diamonds. So back to the original. It is quiet, soft and dependable. Some things are worth paying more for, and these are now on Subscribe and Save.
Their Claim: Fits e-Series Sonicare, designed for sensitive teeth
My Verdict (details below): True
Every six months you need to change your Sonicare heads. They don't show wear; you just have to do it (for manual brushes, it's every THREE months per the ADA). I set calendar reminders on my Mac for January and July 1 so I don't forget. I replaced my old standard head with this one, designed for sensitive teeth, which I suffer from.
Installation is simple: unscrew the collar, remove the old head, and reverse for the new one. Takes 30 seconds. Throw the used one out immediately or you'll never know it was used if you drop it back into the drawer. They simply don't show any wear.
Immediately I noticed these were a bit gentler on my gums. They have a more narrow profile than the standard head, so getting into all the crevices takes a bit more time. But they are easier on the gums, and combined with Sensodyne Tartar control, I got an excellent status report from my last dentist visit.
The only reason I give it four stars is the cost. These are VERY expensive, but in the end, my oral hygiene is worth it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Stick with these replacements..Ordered the generic ones in the past and they were BAD.Published 10 hours ago by Terry M.
The best. Stick with the original replacement brushes. Try other replacement and they don't last as long not to mention the bristles were too soft. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Derrick D. Gant
The brush head rusted quickly on the internal mechanism and stopped working.Published 6 days ago by Stephanie
Usually I have no issues with this product. This month I replaced my head and the brissels came out while I was brushing my teeth. Just on one head. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Tina Meng
What can you possibly say about a toothbrush except that it brushes teeth.Published 6 days ago by SusieMoon
The brushes themselves are fine. But this is not a frustration-free package. Simply terrible to try and open. I HATE PLASTIC!Published 6 days ago by Gail Tanner