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Gentle Yet Effective Cleaning The e-Series brush heads are visibly angled for better reach within the mouth, providing a thorough every day clean, while massaging and stimulating gums.
Designed to optimize performance Reminder bristles ensure you are getting an effective clean.
A brush head that fits multiple handles Screw-on brush head for our original Sonicare handles.
Easy to maneuver to focus on hard-to-reach areas Unique angled neck helps you reach back teeth.
Gentle yet effective cleaning Gently removes plaque for an absolute clean and smooth feel.
Softest Sonicare brush head ever Innovative new brush head profile delivers gentle experience. Ultra soft bristles for a more effective, gentle cleaning.
Reminder Bristles Reminder bristles let's you know when to replace the brush head. After three months of normal use bristles exhibit fatigue, and brush heads are less effective. Replace your brush heads every 3 months.
Screw-On Brush Head Screw-on brush head that will fit our original Sonicare handles.
Unique Angled Neck The slim angled neck enables you to easily maneuver the toothbrush head, particularly in hard-to-reach areas to remove plaque.
Technical Specifications Operating time: For optimal results, a new brush head is recommended every three months.
Ease of Use Suitable for these models: Elite, Essence, CleanCare, Xtreme, Advance.
Sense and Simplicity
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Comments about Philips Sonicare e-Series Sensitive Standard Brushheads, HX7053/64, 3 ea:
I have used the e-series of Sonicare brush for many years, but I now have arthritis and the shape of the brush cone has become very difficult to use.
I have improvised by wrapping a bundle of non-adhesive, repair tape around the brush cone and 3 other points on the brush motor. If you try this, look for this kind of tape at your hardware store. It has NO ADHESIVE, but it bonds to itself once you remove the plastic liner and stretch it as you wrap it around something.
The tape is very "grippie", so it's easy to hold on to. Be sure to stretch it to about twice its length as you wrap it around the cone. The tough part is getting it started. Since it doesn't have adhesive, the tape must contact itself to get started. Then build it up to the thickness that will make it easier for you to hold the cone or brush motor.
Once I run out of my supply of e-series brushes, I intend to get one of the new models by Sonicare. The brush heads just snap on and off.
I hope this helps someone...someplace.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend