Electric Toothbrushes: Sonicare vs Ultreo

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When is the last time you brushed your teeth? Hopefully it was sometime today. Right now, I’m brushing my teeth with a totally Geeky toothbrush, the Ultreo. It tells you when you need to switch quadrants in your mouth. How cool is that?
My friend Dr. Greg Birch sent me a new Ultreo Ultrasound Sonic toothbrush. I’ve been using a Sonicare toothbrush for awhile, and have been very happy with it. I had to laugh when Greg held up the identical toothbrush during our video conversation.
The Ultreo is the first power toothbrush to combine patented ultrasound waveguide technology with precisely tuned sonic bristle action. Ultreo’s bristles create microbubbles that are powerfully activated by nearly 4 million cycles of ultrasound energy per brushing channeled by a patented ultrasound waveguide. Some of the features are:

Sonic Bristles With Power Tip: Sonic action bristles with power tip clean away plaque upon contact and create microbubbles.

Patented Ultrasound Waveguide: Channels ultrasound energy into the bubbles.

Auto Shut-Off Timer: Automatically shuts off after the dental professional-recommended 2 minutes of brushing time.

Brushing Interval Signal: Signals every 30 seconds to help you clean all areas of your mouth equally.

Programmable Brush Head Replacement Indicator: When it’s time to change your brush head, the word “REPLACE” will illuminate. Programmable for 1 or 2 users per handle.

Battery Charge Status Indicator: Tells you the level of charge on the battery. With a full charge, you can use Ultreo for up to 28 brushings without additional charging.

The Ultreo boasts cleaner, healthier, and whiter teeth. It’s easy to see that it will live up to its claims.

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  2. Thanks Chris, the Mac Vs PC conversation off camera was wonderful too, except I’ve lost the ability to use the old version of imovie on my Mac? something’s amiss……

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