My Sonicare toothbrush is vibrating less than before
Updated on 01 August 2022
If your Philips Sonicare toothbrush vibrates less powerfully than usual, it may indicate that the battery needs to be charged.
It could also mean that your brush head is worn. We recommend replacing your brush head every three months. You can purchase a new brush head by visiting the Philips online store.
The mode selected impacts the vibration level on many Sonicare models. Refer to the user manual for your device to learn how to adjust this setting.
Some models also have an EasyStart feature that slowly increases the vibration level. This feature occurs over the first fourteen brushing sessions. Suppose the vibration level of your toothbrush has suddenly reduced. In that case, it may be a sign that EasyStart has been activated.
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