Replace Brush Heads Every 3 Months

Dentists recommend replacing your brush every 3-4 months. Oral-B brush head refills feature indicator bristles that fade halfway to help remind you when to replace your toothbrush head so you maintain a superior clean vs. a regular manual toothbrush.

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3.25/5 (28)
53% users recommended this product

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05/29/2013

Cleans Well, But Poor Design

I enjoy the Oral-B Dual Action brush, but I believe these replacement brush heads to be of poor design quality. Invariably over time, the lower brush comes unhinged from the main head (see uploaded image). On a number of occasions, I have cut the inside of my mouth as a result of this.

No, I do not recommend this product.

Originally posted on oralb.com

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06/19/2015

Feel really clean

I usually buy the trizone brush heads however bought these instead.They seem to clean the teeth more efficiently than the larger head trizone.You can also feel quite clearly where they are brushing.I do not know yet how long they will last before needing replacement ,so cannot support or disagree with the previous reviewer.So far though I am happy with my purchase.

No, I do not recommend this product.

Originally posted on oralb.co.uk

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09/07/2012

My favorite toothbrush

Overall, I like everything about this toothbrush except for two things1 - the handle turns black if I leave it on the shelf in the shower.2 - the price is a little highI've tried other brands but always come back to the Oral BThere was a tip with a long brush that helped clean under bridges and between teeth but it was pulled from the market before i could buy one.Other reviewers state that it's hard to change the head but I've never had this problem. Maybe they didn't realize a tool comes with the replacement.I've had no build-up of toothpaste because I rinse it thoroughly after using it.

Yes, I recommend this product.

Originally posted on oralb.com

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08/26/2014

changing replacement head

Yes, I agree there is a problem changing a replacement head. If a tool came with the replacement heads I didn't see it. Why are replacement heads impossible to change without a tool, whereas the original didn't need one. Makes no sense.

Originally posted on oralb.com

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04/17/2012

Horrible

There are several things wrong with the Oral-B Dual Clean Replacement Head. 1) The first, and most significant, is cost. It's like when the printer you're using is not that expensive, but the cartridges cost a lot. Oral B should not charge so much (and yes, since you're the manufacturer you set the price). 2) If you make an expensive product, you at least need to make it last. I try to make the heads last as long as possible, but the bottom section ALWAYS falls off, making me go get more. The bottom section SHOULD NOT fall off. Out of 6 replacement heads, 4 of the bottoms have fallen off. 3) Gunks up where you can't reach it to clean it.

No, I do not recommend this product.

Originally posted on oralb.com

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11/14/2016

Great if you like a full brush!

This brush is great! I like the fuller brushes compared to the round brush alone. It allows you to brush larger areas in less amounts of time. However it is large and takes some getting used to and are also fairly pricey.

Yes, I recommend this product.

Originally posted on oralb.com