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This best-selling electric toothbrush is just $35 today

With 40,000 brush strokes per minute, this best-selling ProSonic electric toothbrush delivers a better clean at an unmatched price
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01.17.20
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It's peak resolution season. And, while many of us are quick to jump at ambitious goals like reading a book a week or traveling to a new country, why not start with something a little more manageable, like being better about brushing your teeth?

It's been proven time and time again that electric toothbrushes are much better for you than traditional brushes when it comes to removing plaque and preventing cavities. So, if you're still scrubbing away with that dollar store brush, it's time to upgrade to something a little more sophisticated.

This ProSonic Whitening Toothbrush with 4 Brush Heads delivers a superior clean thanks to four distinct brushing modes, and unlike other electric brushes, it's available for a steal, over 50 percent off at just $35.

With 40,000 brush strokes per minute, this best-selling ProSonic electric toothbrush delivers a better clean at an unmatched price.

You'll be able to select from four individual brush modes—gentle, daily, whiten, and polish—in order to match your specific needs, and it's easy to adhere to the dentist-recommended brushing time thanks to a built-in timer that will let you know when it's time to switch sides.

This brush can even run for up to 21 days on a single change, meaning you'll be able to take it with you without the charger for extended trips.

Treat yourself to a superior clean with a top electric toothbrush that won't break the bank. The ProSonic Whitening Toothbrush with 4 Brush Heads is available for just $35—over 50 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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