Philips Sonicare Toothbrush Replacement Heads (Updated October 2018)

By Ted Gerner | October 11, 2018

Let’s have a look at the current range of Philips toothbrush replacement heads.

E-Series

The Philips Sonicare E-Series Replacement Brush Head HX7003 has been to ensure that users have the best possible mouth cleaning experience.

Each brush head has a slim and contoured neck so it can access and clean hard to reach areas in the mouth. Also, each Sonicare E-Series Brush Head has contoured and extra soft bristles to ensure deep cleaning without damaging the gum line.

Philips Sonicare HX7003/82 e-Series Replacement Brush Heads, 3-PackCheck Price

Although there are various similar products in the market today, a lot of people still choose to use a Philips Sonicare E-Series Brush Heads, and they have a good reason to do so.

In a study conducted in Northwestern University, results showed that people who used Sonicare over a period of 6 months had better oral health than those who used other brands of a toothbrush.

The study also said that long-term use of Sonicare is effective in reducing inflammation caused by gingivitis.

Features

  • Bristles are tapered, extra soft and contoured
  • Neck designed to be slim angled to clean hard to reach areas
  • Package includes 3 brush heads

Compatibility

Philips Sonicare E-Series Replacement Brush Heads are compatible with:

It is best to replace your brush head every three months for optimum oral cleaning. The package of the E-Series Head comes in three which means you will be able to have excellent oral health for up to 9 months.

Where To Buy?

Replacement brush heads can be expensive. If you are getting the Philips Sonicare E-Series Replacement Heads, you can make sure that you will be able to save money as you will not need to go to your dentist as often. This product might be available in your local stores, but you can buy it online cheaper!

Philips DiamondClean

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Brush Heads are the new brush heads that come with the latest Philips power toothbrush, the Sonicare DiamondClean.

DiamondClean Standard and Compact brush heads

There are 2 DiamondClean replacement brush head models available – the Standard Brush Head (manufacturer code HX6063/64 (old) and HX6064/65 (new) for white and HX6062 for black model) and Compact Brush Head (manufacturer code HX6072/66).

As you can guess from the product names, the main difference is the brushing head size. The compact head is better suited for people with smaller mouth – mostly children and women.

I have read numerous reports stating that compactly sized heads are doing a better job cleaning hard to reach areas of your mouth, so choosing the brush with the compact head can be a wise choice for men as well.

I suggest you try both sizes and then chose the one that does a better job or just ask your dentist for advice.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is so special about these heads?

Philips has stated that the innovative brushing head design is the main reason why DiamondClean toothbrushes are performing so much better than other power toothbrushes.

Philips has invented the new technology that increases the number of bristles you can place on each brush head. Thanks to this technology now the standard size brush head has 44% more bristles than older models, and the compact size head has 23% more bristles.

Can I use these heads only with the DiamondClean toothbrush?

These heads are also compatible with some other Philips power toothbrushes:

Where can I buy them and how much do they cost?

These brush heads for DiamondClean are sold by all major retailers online and offline.

They are sold in 2-packs, 3-packs, and 6-packs and the average price is around 50% higher than the cost of older brush head models.

Philips ProResults

Philips Sonicare Pro Results brush heads feature new and improved design compared to older brush models. They are made using materials like TPE, PCTA, and nylon bristles.

ProResults brush heads are available in Standard HX6013 and Compact HX6023 sizes.

These brush heads are easier to use than older replacement brush models. You just have to attach it to your toothbrush handle and push the brush head until it snaps.

It is recommended that you change your toothbrush head every three months. What you can do to keep track of it is to place the month stickers that are on your Sonicare brush heads on your toothbrush charger base.

You will get an idea though as to whether it is time to replace it when the bristles are starting to spread out.

ProResults Features

  • New easy to use design with Push on connector
  • Decreased chance to get mold and mildew buildups
  • Indicator bristles let you know when it is time to replace the brush
  • Provides wider motion range than the Sonicare Elite heads
  • Built using green materials

Compatibility

It is important to remember that the newer generation FlexCare Plus handles and ProResults heads differ from previous Sonicare e-Series handles and heads.

The ProResults brushing head fits Philips Sonicare FlexCare, FlexCare Plus, and HealthyWhite models:

Incompatible models

This toothbrush head is not compatible with old e-series handles like Elite, Essence, and Xtreme models.

Where to buy?

The ProResults brushing heads come in packs of three. Your brush head has to be replaced every three months, which means that you can be sure of good oral health for at least nine months with one pack.

It is essential to make sure that you buy the brush heads that are compatible with your toothbrush as some may have a different design and they will not fit correctly.

You should be able to buy the full range of Philips and OralB brush heads in your nearest store. However, if it is not available there, you can order yours online.

According to the customers’ reports, Amazon usually offers competitive prices on replacement heads.

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Generic Brush Heads

When I first reviewed the Sonicare brush heads, the only available option was original replacement heads from Philips.

Now there is a number of third-party manufacturers offering compatible heads.

Some of the popular generic brands are:

  • Bernito
  • TriLink
  • Sonisoft
  • DiamondWhite
  • DiamondSmile
  • Sonipearl
  • Delamu
  • Sonifresh
  • Sonimart (also for E-Series)
  • Brigthdeal (E-Series)
  • Toptheway (E-Series)
  • Great Value Tech (E-Series)
  • Jiuzhoudeal (E-Series)