Even if social interactions these days primarily happen over Zoom, you still want to display your best smile. And even though your face is covered with a mask when you’re out and about, it doesn’t mean that you have to forego good dental hygiene. After all, you don’t want to develop a cavity only to find out that you can’t secure a dentist appointment right away.
Give your pearly whites extra TLC and start every day with a bright smile that will be the talk of the town — virtually or not. You can keep your dental health at tiptop shape with the AquaSonic ProSpin. And for a few more hours, you can get an extra 20% off with code BFSAVE20.
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This toothbrush is no ordinary toothbrush — it’s been engineered to offer AquaSonic’s signature teeth whitening and deep clean with every use. With its new rotary-oscillation technology, you can expect more robust plaque fighting ensuring that every nook and cranny is free of unnecessary cavity-causing gunk. It’s also equipped with a visible LED pressure sensor, so your teeth’s enamel is protected as well as your beautiful smile. With three unique modes, you’re well on your way to a cleaner, healthier, and cavity-free mouth. What’s more, the AquaSonic ProSpin is also travel-friendly as it comes with its very own travel case.
There’s no shortage of electric toothbrushes on the market these days, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find this advanced of technology at this price. If you want to take your dental hygiene to new heights, you’ll definitely want to grab this Black Friday discount while it lasts.
The brand new AquaSonic ProSpin retails for $99 and is on sale for $39.99. For the next few hours, save an extra 20% with code BFSAVE20 and grab it on sale for only $31.99.
Prices subject to change.
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