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Power up to a better clean with the Oral-B Pro-Health Precision Clean battery-powered toothbrush. Your teeth and gums will feel pampered because you're removing more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush each time you brush.
Polish stains away for whiter teeth
Bristles reach deep to remove plaque between teeth
BacteriaGuard kills germs on bristles
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How do you remove the bristle to replace it? I have tried twisting and pulling to no avail.
Yes, I recommend this product.
The bristles aren't designed to be replaced. The brush heads should be replaced every 3 months, and they should come off by pulling them straight up. We'd be happy to help, please give us a call at (800) 566-7252 when you have a moment to chat.
I've been a LONG time user of Sonicare electric toothbrushes and recently my Sonicare died and I've been using a regular toothbrush for a few weeks. I bought this toothbrush on a whim while at Target figuring it would be better than manual brushing and I was pleasantly surprised! Honestly, this toothbrush definitely competes with the Sonicare. This brush head vibrates a bit slower and maybe it's a bit louder, but it cleans my teeth really, really well.
Don't want to ever go back to any other kind or brand of toothbrush! My first experience with it, I must have brushed for an hour! I'm getting these for my family for Christmas ! Only wish they came in different colors for those who share a bathroom.
I've been using this toothbrush twice a day for over 3 years, but I feel like it's already been about 6 years. (Recently I orderd myself a new one, just in case). I am very happy (my teeth and gums are too) I'd switched to electric toothbrush. I have never had a better toothbrush, my teeth have been squeaky clean since the first use (the difference between traditional toothbrush and one such as this is indeed huge, it is really a precision tool! I have to add the Precision Clean brush head is absolutely a game changer). This toothbrush even inspired me to regularly use dental floss and a mouth rinse, and to always wash my mouth after eating, even with just tap water. I am surprised anybody would have any trouble with this brush quality. But, I have never left it wet to dry out (soft rubber generally doesn't like it) and I regularly (if rarely) clean the battery compartment's rubber seal with a cotton cloth and some alcohol. Batteries also are the perfect solution for me.
I have three of these. I don't understand all of the negative reviews: after several years, all of them still work. My dentist consistently describes my mouth as having little plaque. They're a great brush for the price.
I just started using this product and really like it. My brush has the word "timer" on it, but there were no instructions included on how to use the timer. Can anyone enlighten me?