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In terms of personal care, there's few purchases you could make that would make as big an impact as switching to an electric toothbrush. Maintaining proper dental health can be a challenge; we all know to brush and floss, but in our hectic day to day, we sometimes miss spots or don't brush long enough or strong enough.
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The Aquasonic Duo Pro features the same customizable experience as the classic, including cleaning, whitening and massage modes, and each comes with four replacement heads and color-coordinated travel cases. But the Pro offers an even more intuitive design and the addition of a fourth brushing mode, "soft," for sensitive teeth. Best of all, this newest model of the Aquasonic Duo has a UV sanitizing system built into the charging base to kill 99.99% of germs that can build up on brushes, including many that normal rinsing misses.
"After my 1st time my teeth were so clean I realized what I was missing out on for so many years." one five-star reviewer noted, "You really don’t understand the difference until you try it. After sliding my tongue across my teeth, they were so smooth they felt like glass. If you give this toothbrush a try, I promise It’l exceed your expectations and you’ll never go back. I gave it a try and I finally learned what I was missing out on."
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Tracker Nat, holding his hat on the far left, with Paul Hasluck standing next to him, holding Nat's shield in this picture from 1958. National Archives of Australia. NAA: A1200, L28199. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people. On June 5 1960, the Darwin paper The Sunday Mirror reported: A tribal painter, said to be more famous than the late Albert Namatjira, has just died at Warrabri welfare settlement, near Tennant Cree
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