BURST Sonic Toothbrush Review by A Dental Hygienist

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As a dental professional, I see a lot of different types of electric toothbrushes and teeth whitening brands on the market. It seems like every time you turn around there’s a different company, design, or type of powered toothbrush at the store. Finding a great electric toothbrush can be hard to do sometimes, especially since they’re usually so expensive and you can’t just try them out before you buy them. 

So, when I heard about the BURST Sonic Toothbrush from so many of my fellow hygienists, I had to check it out. Here’s my BURST review:

What is the BURST Electric Toothbrush?

The BURST Sonic Toothbrush is an ultra-gentle sonic toothbrush design that you get directly through your oral health care professional. As BURST Ambassadors, hygienists get a special 40% off discount code where you can order through them to get things like adult or children’s electric toothbrushes, specially flavored dental floss, and professional-grade teeth whitening strips.

Since I get $30 off each toothbrush, I love giving them away as gifts.

Never Worry About Toothbrush Head Replacements

Best of all, BURST sends you a new toothbrush head every 3 months in the mail when you sign up. You don’t have to spend hours online or at the store trying to find a compatible electric toothbrush head when yours needs to be changed out.

If you’re like me and you forget when the last time was that you switched out your toothbrush, BURST keeps you on schedule. Just toss the old one out when you get the replacement in the mail. It doesn’t get any more convenient than this.

I’m telling you, these toothbrush bristle designs are some of the gentlest and softest on the market. You will literally feel the difference from day one. There are even designs for kids, making it affordable to keep your family’s smiles healthy without breaking the bank.

Use it for Free. No Strings Attached.

Dental professionals can try the BURST Sonic Toothbrush for themselves without any out-of-pocket costs. When you sign up as a no-obligation BURST Ambassador, they send you a brush in the mail for you to try at home. I have to say, I’m a huge convert. Not only is it super effective at cleaning my teeth, but it’s also extremely gentle. My patients with sensitive teeth love BURST toothbrushes because they tend to be softer on their teeth and gums than other popular brands that I’ve been using for years.

It Holds a Charge for 4 Weeks

Say WHAT?! If you love to travel like I do or your family is always fighting over plugs in the bathroom, BURST makes it easy. Every full charge lasts for up to a month!

Go ahead and send your kid off to summer camp, take your family vacation, or go on your business trip without having to pack an extra charger.

Does it Work as Well as Other Brands?

Absolutely. BURST might even be better than some other options out there, because of how it’s specifically designed to be gentler on your mouth. Since a lot of the people that steer clear of electric toothbrushes do so because of sensitive teeth and gums (or the cost in general) BURST offers a practical alternative.

How Much Does it Cost?

If you’re a new BURST Ambassador, you get to try the BURST Sonic Toothbrush for free. And if you’re a dental patient ordering your brush through your hygienist, you get 40% off. So, with a regular retail price of $69.99, this electric toothbrush is only $39.99, which is an amazing price for a high-quality toothbrush. That’s a $30-off coupon!

Plus, you can get discounts on all sorts of other cool stuff, like the BURST teeth whitening strips, which retail for $19.99 but are only $14.99 with an ambassador code.

How Do I Buy One?!

Just visit BurstOralCare.com and use my special code: VYUADG and you’ll instantly get a discount on all-electric toothbrush models and other cool products. They also have an amazing water flosser, fluoride toothpaste, and refillable floss dispensers.

Have you tried the BURST toothbrush? Let me know what you think!

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