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    $19.88 list($24.99)
    1. Sonicare Elite-2 Replacement Brush
    $114.67 list($139.99)
    2. Sonicare Elite 7500 Power Toothbrush
    $19.88 list($24.99)
    3. Sonicare Advance CH-2 Standard
    $99.99 Too low to display list($119.99)
    4. Sonicare Elite 7300 Power Toothbrush
    $15.99 $17.99 list($19.99)
    5. Oral B EB17-3 Power Toothbrush
    $8.69 list($8.99)
    6. Sonicare Crest IntelliClean Toothpaste,
    $129.88 list($149.99)
    7. Sonicare Crest i8500 IntelliClean
    $19.99 $19.88 list($21.99)
    8. Oral B SR18-3 Sonic Complete Refill
    $47.98 list($59.99)
    9. WaterPik WP-72 Professional Dental
    $99.99 $99.88 list($119.99)
    10. Oral B S-320 Sonic Complete Rechargeable
    $69.99 list($89.99)
    11. Sonicare Advance 4300 Power Toothbrush
    $99.99 list($119.99)
    12. Oral B 7900DLX Professional Care
    $24.88 list($24.99)
    13. Oral B EB17-4 Power Toothbrush
    $24.99 list($29.99)
    14. Sonicare IntelliClean System Brush
    $8.69 list($8.99)
    15. Sonicare Crest IntelliClean Toothpaste,
    $119.99 list($139.99)
    16. Sonicare Crest i8300 IntelliClean
    $84.98 list($99.99)
    17. Oral B 7850DLX Professional Care
    $19.99 $19.88 list($21.99)
    18. Oral B EB417 DualAction Premium
    $19.99 $19.88 list($21.99)
    19. Oral B EB18-3 Power Polisher Premium
    $4.99 list($5.99)
    20. Oral B 3742781 CrossAction Power

    1. Sonicare Elite-2 Replacement Brush Head (2 Brush Heads)
    by Sonicare
    list price: $24.99
    our price: $19.88
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFXL
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 11
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    For optimum cleaning performance, electric toothbrush heads should be replaced every six months. This set of two replacement brush heads fits Elite series Sonicare handles. Each head features a slim, angled neck and tapered brush with contour-fit, extra-soft bristles for gentle yet deep cleaning. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

    Features

    • 2 Elite replacement brush heads
    • Compatible only with Sonicare Elite Series handles
    • Tapered, extra-soft contoured bristles
    • Slim angled neck reaches hard-to-clean areas

    Reviews (13)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Small and expensive heads
    Dear Amazonians,

    The brush-head that came with my toothbrush is starting to get frazzled, and it's time to start looking for new heads.(My father always said he wanted to see me get a head...)

    I'm completely unhappy about having to spend $10 per head.I don't believe I'll be getting what I pay for, because:

    · The heads are small.I've never chosen a "compact head," but that's all that's available for the Sonicare.

    · The bristles are a combination of soft, extra-soft, and uselessly-soft bristles.I assume that extra-soft bristles have a shorter lifetime than normally-soft bristles, which aggravates the megaprice problem.Maybe the first couple of days using the Sonicare delivers an overwhelming experience (not really) that's best overcome with extra-soft bristles, but at this point, I would be happy to have a head full of normally-soft bristles.Unfortunately, dissatisfyingly extra-soft bristles are all that's available for the Sonicare.

    · The fat bottom of the head disallows putting the Sonicare far enough into my mouth to brush the back of my tongue, so I wind up having to keep a real toothbrush around, anyway.Even if I could fit the head back there, it would be too small for the job, due to my big tongue.Pardon my tangent.

    Because the Sonicare is so effective, neither the head's softness nor smallness is much of a drawback.By leaving the scrubbing motions to the device, I'm able to spend more attention to aiming accurately and evenly, to avoid overscrubbing, to avoid falling asleep from boredom, and it does a better job than I could.If I could do it all over, I would choose the Sonicare again over the old method, but I'm still sickened by the single-option of expensive, minimum-value and minimum-lifetime heads.

    (The real sticker-shock will happen when I have to throw away the Sonicare because the integrated Ni-Cad batteries cannot be replaced, but only mutilatingly removed for recycling.)

    I give the heads 2-out-of-5 Amazonian stars because although they work, they take undue advantage of the customer.

    Best luck,
    -Neil-

    5-0 out of 5 stars If kissing is Important...

    As I teach in my sexual mastery seminars and dvds "NEW SEX NOW"
    and "GODDESS WORSHIP", there is no such thing as
    "too much kissing." Women can never get enough of it,
    and men who desire true intimacy with women will also
    enjoy it and share the experience as often as possible with
    a woman they are in relationship with. And there is no
    comparable feeling of CLEAN TEETH than you get with
    the Sonicare Elite. Get a couple extra of these brush heads
    so that you can replace your old one when it get's dull,
    so that you will always have the cleanest and freshest
    feeling mouth and teeth for maximum kissing pleasure.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sonicare More Effective Than Oral B in NWU Study
    My best friend has been raving about his Sonicare Elite for over a year now-- encouraging me to try it.I did a little research and saw that OralB had a similar product and wondered which had a better product-- Sonicare or Oral B.My friend finally convinced me that the Sonicare product is superior, and then I read a review on Amazon from a hygenist who said that she went to a continuing education seminar and learned that Oral B was found to be superior...

    At that point, I decided to do my own research...Don't believe everything you read on here...or anywhere else, for that matter, without questioning it. ;-)

    Northwestern University did a study over a 6 month period.Patients with the Sonicare did much better, but don't take my word for it.Read the study results for yourself on the National Institute of Health web site:
    [...]
    For the lazy:"Overall, this study demonstrates that long-term use of these two electric toothbrushes improves periodontal health in adult periodontitis patients, and that the Sonicare brush is superior to the Braun [Oral B] brush in reducing gingival inflammation and probing depth. Moreover, 6 months' use of Sonicare led to actual improvement in probing attachment levels of periodontal pockets."

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good battery but poor quality toothbrush heads
    I have owned the Elite Pro for 1 year and the instructions recommended changing toothbrush heads once every six months.I am now going on my 5th toothbrush head because 2 of the 4 were broken within 2 weeks of use.Basically, I noticed they just were not vibrating like when they were new.The same problem occurred on 2 of the heads.One of the metal strips responsible for producing the vibration broke loose and basically reduced its vibrating power by 50%.It is just poor quality control when the toothbrush has more power than the toothbrush head can handle.On the upside, it works great when it works, and the battery lasts 2 weeks using it twice a day, so no need to pack the relatively small recharger on vacation.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Two, count 'em
    You get two, which could last up to a year.Not bad, the price is right, I've seen these at membership stores for $17.00.You'll need them.

    For extra cleaning, dip your loaded toothbrush into a cup of baking soda, it's a gentle abrasive and aids in bringing the teeth up.Sure makes the teeth feel clean.

    If you have a 50 year mouth (like mine) and have taken coffee and tea for many moons, a professional whitening may be in order but I'm not laying out a grand for the procedure.I'm into the hygeine aspect of sonic care, and sonic care really does take care of teeth and gums.Gums are often over brushed and wear down or neglected altogether, so remember...Sonic care for health, and looks.But there is a point in life when you either accept the aging and yellow hue or shell out some cash for a cosmetic cleaning procedure. ... Read more


    2. Sonicare Elite 7500 Power Toothbrush
    by Sonicare
    list price: $139.99
    our price: $114.67
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFXK
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 20
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Powered with next-generation sonic technology, the two-speed Elite 7500 cleans teeth with dentist precision. A tapered brush head with extra-soft, contour-fit bristles sits atop a slim, angled neck--improving reach to hard-to-brush areas. Two speeds let the user choose between high for maximum brushing power, and low for a more gentle touch on gums, tongue, and sensitive spots. The 7500 features the Smartimer, which shuts the brush off automatically after two minutes, as well as the Quadpacer interval timer, which beeps every 30 seconds, allotting each quadrant of the mouth equal brushing time. The 7500 includes one Elite series brush head, a charger base with deluxe recharge gauge, a deluxe travel case, and a luxury brush holder. A two-year warranty covers the charger and ergonomically designed Elite handle against defects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

    Features

    • Includes charger base, deluxe travel case, and luxury brush holder
    • Sonicare brush cleans with next-generation sonic technology
    • Features dual speed control and deluxe recharge gauge
    • Elite handle with 1 Elite Series brush head
    • 2-minute Smartimer and 30-second Quadpacer interval timer

    Reviews (74)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Feels like a professional cleaning
    I was a Braun electric brush user for about five years when I tried the Sonicare. It was a gift, and I was skeptical. In fact, I had tried a friend's non-Elite Sonicare in the past and did not like it. But this brush is far superior than anything I have ever used before. Even after two brushings, my teeth felt as good as after a professional cleaning. Now, after using this brush for six months, my hygienist tells me my gum measurements are down from 4.5mm to 3mm -- a big improvement! This brush is expensive, but it's definitely worth the money.

    The quad timer is a great feature and keeps you brushing for the full two minutes. The one problem with this brush is that it tickles your gums like crazy when you first start using it. It comes with a starter mode to ramp up the brush speed over the first 15 brushings. I still had a slightly hard time starting up with it, though.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Electronic Toothbrush
    Take cae of your teeth and gums with this elecronic toothbrush.The new design with the angled head makes brushing your teeth easier.Also, the new smaller brush design is better.After using this for a few months, your dentist and/or periodontist will be able to tell the difference.When the "pockets" in your gums around the teeth are measured, you will be amazed at the improvement.Highly recommended, and worth every penny.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Cloddish replacements
    Be careful because you will waste time and money ordering replacement heads.You won't be able to tell what kind of toothbrush you have, because Philips doesn't indicate it on the toothbrush, so you have to guess when you reorder.Philips wins on this, but you lose.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Lasts about a year, then croaks.
    I bought this EXPENSIVE toothbrush and the wife and I used it for just over a year (past the warranty) and we enjoyed it. I think it did a good job. Then it died...

    Well, that must have just been a fluke unit. So I bought another one. After about one year, it died...

    What the?

    I see that most of the reviews here are glowing. I liken it to those who bought Jaguars before the quality improved and claimed they loved their cars despite how poorly made they were. They were just soooo expensive, who wanted to admit they weren't worth the money?

    Sonicare products are junk. Face it, they're only designed to do one thing: brush teeth. They have very little mechanical to them, yet they go bust after roughly one year's use.

    I am typing this on a Macintosh computer. It works for years. I drive a Ford Escape. It works for years. I grind coffee beans several times a day with a Krups. It works for years. I have cheap Japanese steak knives that I bought 30 years ago. They still cut meat and haven't come apart in the dishwasher. They still work.

    But spend $100 bucks on a toothbrush that lasts just past the warranty? They got me twice. They won't get me again.

    Currently using a Braun electric. Does just as good a job for farrrr less money.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works wonders....
    WOW!

    Just picked one of these up the other day at Costco. I have been using a Crest Spinbrush for the last two years or so. Recently, Crest stopped shipping replacement heads for their Spinbrush series due to quality concerns. I went looking for a replacement.

    All I can say about the Sonicare is that if you haven't tried one, you have no idea how awesome this thing is. It is completeley different than any kind of brushing you have ever done before. I was surprised at first that the instructions say not to scrub or push down any harder than a fingertip grip when brushing....but that's all it takes! Just place it on each tooth 1-2 seconds and you'll feel like you just had your teeth professionaly cleaned.

    Yes, you can buy a $1 toothbrush and have clean teeth. But for those that care just a little more about their oral health it is well worth EVERY penny. You won't be disappointed. ... Read more


    3. Sonicare Advance CH-2 Standard Replacement Brush Head (2 Brush Heads)
    by Sonicare
    list price: $24.99
    our price: $19.88
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BQVM
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 20
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Replace your Sonicare brush heads easily and conveniently with the 2-pk. Advance Series Replacement Brush Heads. Standard-sized Sonicare brush heads provide optimum tooth coverage for efficient cleaning. Includes 2 brush heads that can be used with Sonicare original toothbrushes and the 4100 to 4800 models of the Advance series. Not compatible with the Elite series. Two different neck colors make the brush heads easily discernable for 2 different users. Includes individual head covers. ... Read more

    Features

    • Formerly known as compact size
    • 2 standard size replacement brush heads
    • Compatible with all original Sonicare and Advance Series handles
    • 8 rows of extra-soft, rounded bristles
    • Color-coded for individual users

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars good value for a good brush
    These replacement brushes do exactly what they're supposed to: they're good quailty, they last a good amount of time and they're effective.
    Some people recommend the compact brushes for reaching all the way to the back of the mouth, but frankly I have no problem with this one.Hey - no - that doesn't mean I've got a big mouth - stop that!
    Seriously though, brushing teeth doesn't get easier than this.

    Happy shopping
    JB

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wouldn't Go Back
    Several years back, my dentist and also my periodontal specialist both recommended I consider using an electric toothbrush to help clean my teeth. It also helps fight for my gums against periodontal disease. I wasn't so sure about investing $100 more, especially in a toothbrush. My wife finally bought me one and I have never looked back. My teeth look better. I have less plaque, less bleeding gums, less problems, less cavities. I don't think $10 every six months for new heads is too much to invest in keeping my natural teeth as long as I can.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great brush for a great toothbrush
    Wonderful tooth brush...Change the head every 6 minths

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sonicare is the wave of the future
    The biggest complaint I hear from people about electric tootbrushes is that the replacement heads are too expensive. Come now, that was the type of thinking that would have killed the Industrial Revolution!

    For anyone who really cares about dental hygeine or even just the way they look to other people, you can't not use an electric toothbrush anymore. I laughed at the idea at first, but once I began using one I will never be able to use a regular toothbrush again without feeling like my mouth isn't clean. When you go to the dentist--what type of toothbrush does he/she use on you? Electric--for a reason, because it cleans better.

    The marginally higher cost of replacing the heads rather than buying an entirely new disposable toothbrush is insignificant when you actually feel as clean as you can when you use an electric brush. Personal dental care has evolved to the next step, and you don't want to be caught be the last person using a slide ruler because you were too frugal to purchase the more expensive but more effective calculator.

    Your teeth (and anyone who comes in contact with them) will thank you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Recommend Sonicare to anybody
    I have been brushing with a sonicare for 18 months. My dentist recommended it to me, especially because I was getting braces. I can't believe how clean my teeth look and feel. I never have bleeding gums any more. My orthodontist and dentist have both commented on the suprub shape of my gums. I couldn't be more happy! Defenitely worth the money!!! ... Read more


    4. Sonicare Elite 7300 Power Toothbrush
    by Sonicare
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFXJ
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 50
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Enjoy the benefits of patented sonic technology with the Philips Sonicare Elite 7300 Toothbrush, featuring an ergonomic tapered handle with a slim, angled neck. It works with sonic waves to create fluid cleansing action and is clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque than a manual toothbrush while removing 80% of coffee, tea and tobacco stains. The Elite 7300 also cleans below the gum line, reversing gingivitis and helping to shrink periodontal pockets. Features: tapered brush head; contour-fit brushes; extra-soft, end-rounded bristles with ultra-high speed; easy start that gently increases brushing power over the first 12 uses; Quadpacer Smartimer with four 30-second intervals to ensure thorough brushing time; and a battery-recharge indicator. Includes toothbrush, charger base with easy-wrap cord, brush-head holder and deluxe travel case. Full charge lasts for up to 2 weeks of normal brushing. Effective and safe for use with braces and implants. Made in USA with domestic and imported components. ... Read more

    Features

    • Dual color recharge indicator
    • Sonicare brush cleans with next-generation sonic technology
    • Powerfully yet gently cleans hard-to-reach areas
    • Elite Series handle with 1 brush head, charger base, and deluxe travel case
    • 2-minute Smartimer and 30-second Quadpacer interval timer

    Reviews (33)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Once you go Sonicare, you don't go back!
    I bit the bullet and bought this toothbrush a couple months ago because my dentist diagnosed me with periodontal disease after he found about 5 cavities, recessed gums, and 32 sites of bleeding along my gumline. Granted, I hadn't had a professional cleaning in over 2 years. I also have crowded teeth due to my wisdom teeth, which make it especially hard to clean in the back of my mouth. I decided to buy the Sonicare as an investment, after paying around $1,000 for all the fillings, cleanings, and root planing & scaling he had to do over the course of 2 months to treat my disease. Well, I think it worked because last week I went for a follow-up and the hygienist said that my teeth looked noticeably cleaner, AND my periodontal pockets had shrunken and the number of bleeding sites had reduced from 32 to 4!I can't attribute all of this to the Sonicare because I'm sure their treatment and my longer brushing sessions due to the Sonicare's timer helped a lot too, but I'm confident that at least part of the improvement was due to the Sonicare's superior cleaning.

    I had the original Sonicare a few years ago, but it died on me. I'm glad I upgraded to this new one because it reaches the rear, hard-to-reach areas much easier than the last one, thanks to the slimmer head and angled brush.That's especially important for someone like me whose rear teeth are the most vulnerable to problems. The new model is also lighter, looks sleeker, and has a rubber grip (I love the tactile feel of those). The 7300 has a charge indicator, which frankly I don't feel is a big deal because I always return the brush to its charging unit after use anyway.

    Using the Sonicare takes some getting used to for newbies because it may tickle and feel weird, but it has a ramp-up feature that gradually increases the speed during the first few uses. Once you get used to it though, it's nothing. I enjoy the invigorating feeling of it, and my mouth just feels so clean afterwards. The unit has a pacer that makes sure you spend 30 seconds on each of the 4 sections of your mouth, which is good because it forces you to brush correctly. However, it is annoying if you like to brush your tongue like I do, because then you have to turn it on for another few seconds to do that (you get used to it though)-I believe the higher model allows you to customize the timer to allow for additional brush time.The timer can be a little annoying when you're exhausted and just want to brush as fast as possible, but that's just me being lazy-I always feel a surge of guilt when I turn it off prematurely, which may be a good thing because my teeth and gums (and wallet) will probably thank me in the long run for brushing properly.

    Another thing that takes getting used to is the amount of foam the brush generates due to its sonic action-I like to keep my mouth slightly open when I'm brushing so I can make sure I'm getting all the areas and am angling the brush correctly (they recommend keeping it at around a 30 degree angle to your tooth surface), so in the beginning I would drool toothpaste foam each time. I'm gotten better though, so there's usually just a little foam dribble now!

    Not only does my mouth feel spotless after using the Sonicare, but my teeth have gotten noticeably whiter too-several people have commented on that.

    I sometimes buy gadgets and get tired when their novelty wears off, but that hasn't happened with the Sonicare-I have used it virtually daily for the last couple of months and am hooked.I traveled once and left it at home, and I felt so caveman-like sticking that big blunt old-fashioned toothbrush in my mouth during that time.Not to mention that my mouth didn't feel as clean.

    I have a set that came with extra heads, a head storage stand, and a deluxe travel case.Each head has a different colored band around the neck, which is great because you can share it with your partner and keep track of which head is whose.The case is a nice touch for traveling-I took mine without the charging base on a 4-day trip recently during which I shared it with a friend (i.e., 4 uses per day) and it lasted the whole trip and then some on a single charge.

    Keeping the unit clean can be annoying because the well into which you screw on the head accumulates water which eventually starts to discolor and smell like mold/mildew. In order to minimize this, I take the head off after each use, shake the water out of the well, and allow the unit to air-out while it sits in the charger base-but the smell still happens, albeit more slowly. Therefore, every couple of weeks, I clean the well and my brush head with a bleach solution to disinfect and deodorize everything.I'm curious to see how long this unit lasts, because it seems that many people complain of Sonicares dying after a year.My original one lasted over a year, but I used it very infrequently (never got hooked on it). I hope the new one lasts a while, because it was expensive!

    All in all, I highly recommend the Sonicare, especially for people with dental problems. Don't waste your money on the original ("Advanced") model because this one is so much better.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This toothbrush ROCKS!!!
    I bought this toothbrush based on the other good reviews and it was worth it!!I can't go into detail in design because for me it doesn't matter.I have owned electric toothbrushes, but they were about 30 bucks or so.I got the 7300 because of the price - much less than the 7500.

    It has been a wonderful experience.I have been using it for about 2 months and my dentist is amazed.I had periodontal disease (?)My gums were a wretched horror and the condition is totally reversed.My dentsist wanted to do a scaling and now it is not necessary.

    I still don't floss as I should, but my gums are pink, now and the pockets aren't as deep and most have disappeared.I give this product two thumbs up and I will buy another one in the future.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Lightweight and less "buzz" than older models.
    I had an older model a while back, and hated the way it buzzed, and sprayed toothpaste all over the place.It was also awkward, and I gave up and went back to a regular toothbrush.But, then I lost dental insurance, and wanted to be able to keep my teeth cleaner between visits, so started shopping Amazon again.It's so great to be able to read reviews.

    I'm really happy with this toothbrush.It's light, and the word "elegant" actually comes to mind.The brush head is much smaller than the old dynosaur I had, and it doesn't buzz as much, and doesn't spray toothpaste around much at all.I haven't reached for "old faithful" since I bought this model.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Whitens teeth
    I love my Sonicare toothbrush.I does a wonderful job cleaning and makes my teeth appear whiter.It is easy to use and easy to charge.The only complaint I have is that they don't make one in a travel size.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Sonicare PL4 (4700)
    If you don't own one of these, you should.I bought the Advance 4700 for my son and I tried it.OH MY!!!! I'm hooked!The only negative was the brush head and handle was considerably larger than the Elite 7300.I see the price has dropped on the 4300 to around $79. A friend has the 7300 and the ergonomic design of the handle and skinner brush head makes it really much more comfortable.But on the other hand, some people like larger things stuck in their mouth, so it that's the case, go for the $20 savings and get the 4300.All I can say is, I want to go brush my teeth right now.You won't be sorry with either! ... Read more


    5. Oral B EB17-3 Power Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads (3 Adult Refills)
    by Oral B
    list price: $19.99
    our price: $15.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006ANDJ
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 35
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Designed to care for and maintain healthy teeth and gums, Oral-B FlexiSoft Replacement 3-pk. Toothbrush Heads fit all Oral B Power toothbrushes (sold separately). Each replacement brush head features FlexiSoft bristles engineered to be extremely gentle on teeth and gums. The advanced system cleans thoroughly and polishes teeth with the benefit of Oral B technology; color-identifier bands make this multi-pack ideal for families. Made in USA. ... Read more

    Features

    • Brush heads have removable color-code rings
    • 3 replacement brush heads fit all Braun Oral-B electric toothbrushes
    • Soft, rounded bristles in center protect teeth from too-firm brushing
    • Long interdental tips clean deep between teeth and below gumline
    • Indicator bristles' color fades to signal when brush head needs replacement

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Making a dent in the war against tooth decay
    This review is about the Oral-B Flexisoft replacement heads. Coupled with the Braun electric toothbrushes, this is one of the most effective aids to oral hygiene ever developed. My introduction to Oral-B goes back over 27 years to a USAF basic training briefing; a dental technician held up an Oral-B toothbrush with medium bristles and said "this is the toothbrush you need if you want to keep your teeth" or some such statement like that. Well, I haven't lost one yet.

    The motorized mechanicals of the toothbrush do most of the work while you guide the oscillating round head around and over your pearly whites. While the heads are undeniably pricey when looked at just in dollars and cents, there is value in the fact that the total package actually makes a rather mundane chore a little more fun while actually living up to the claim that it does a better job on your teeth than manual brushing.

    Since I've always believed the entire surface area of the toothbrush head was meant to be covered with toothpaste and the size of the head on these is smaller than the average brush, I know I'm using less toothpaste to do the same job. While this is no big deal, the long term economic benefit is plaque under control, healthy gums and a bright smile full of natural teeth; it's kind of hard to deny it works. My dentist has confirmed this on direct examination.

    Just be careful what model of these brush heads you are selecting and watch the pricing. Oral-B uses a kind of color code for the bristles, and the ones that have colored bristles in a line with the shaft are the Flexisoft model that seems to equate to medium hardness.

    Enjoy life!

    5-0 out of 5 stars An easy, safe, effective way to brush
    Dentists all over the country are recommending the Oral-B electric toothbrush.There are several reasons.It does the work for you, vibrating thousands of times a second, it lets you clean your teeth without scraping your gums with a toothbrush, which can cause them to recede and bleed, and it reaches between your teeth to catch plaque and germs.This is a wonderful toothbrush, and I recommend it.However, if you want a review of a toothbrush, you'll read the toothbrush page.This is a page for replacement heads.

    There's a lot of confusion about replacement heads for Oral B electric toothbrushes on Amazon, and I just want to give you all some facts.There are only three kinds of heads for ALL Oral-B electric toothbrushes.Flexisoft EB17, Extrasoft EB17, and Ortho OD17.I prefer Flexisoft EB17, which is what this item is. (The Extrasoft is a little too soft, and the Ortho is overpriced)

    The reason I mention this is that the prices are all over the board for what is the same product.For example, this listing is for three Flexisoft EB17 heads for $19.99 (The EB17-3 just means there are three of them).There are other offers through Amazon partners for this exact same item for $9.99.Make sure you find the best deal, because they're all the exact same product, listed multiple times!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Effective and Efficient
    These brushes are a very effective way of thoroughly cleaning your teeth and gums.The soft bristles clean your teeth and massage your gums efficiently, and the color bands are a convenient way to color-code heads for multiple users.There's even a spare in case you lose one.

    Of course you should still floss before brushing, but the small soft brush and the speed of the rotation makes daily dental hygiene easy and painless.

    When I ordered this item, it was shipped by an Amazon partner, who packaged it in a HUGE box, filled with plastic packing material.I could hardly find the small package inside the carton.

    High marks for the product, huge waste of packing material and postage for the packaging.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great product, but use gently
    i've been a regular flosser and brusher for several years, to the delight of my hygentist (and myself).Recently I bought the oral-b brush replacement 3pack and began adding it to my evening teeth cleaning.After a few weeks I noticed tenderness in some of my gums.I began brushing as usual, omitting the oral b, and the pain subsided.I think maybe I was pressing too hard, as if I were brushing with a manual toothbrush.I like the feeling of the oral b cleaning, but, as in all oral care, be careful not to brush too hard or you'll do damage to get that amazing clean feeling!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Worth the price
    [This price] for three heads may seem pricey given what you can pick up three toothbrushes for, but the Braun electric toothbrush is really very effective, so for good dental hygiene it is worth getting.

    I like the colour rings provided in these sets, which allow multiple users to make use of a single electric toothbrush handle.The heads go white with use to tell you when they are ready for replacement. ... Read more


    6. Sonicare Crest IntelliClean Toothpaste, Refills, Whitening Cool Mint (6 Pack)
    by Crest
    list price: $8.99
    our price: $8.69
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007KPCM4
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Crest
    Sales Rank: 90
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    Features

    • Leaves mouth and teeth feeling clean
    • Sonicare and Crest give you deep cleaning that's one step closer to the results of daily flossing*. (*vs. manual brush & paste)
    • Cool Mint Flavor
    • Whitens teeth, Fights cavities, Removes plaque, Promotes healthy gums
    • Gently cleans, freshens breath

    7. Sonicare Crest i8500 IntelliClean System Integrated Power Toothbrush
    by Sonicare
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $129.88
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00076ZPIY
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 139
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The revolutionary Philips Sonicare IntelliClean is the first integrated sonic toothbrush and liquid toothpaste-dispensing system that gets you one step closer to daily flossing better than any standard manual toothbrush using standard toothpaste. Patented Sonicare high-speed bristle motion works together with Procter and Gamble's specially formulated liquid Crest to effectively remove plaque from deep between teeth and along the gum line, where Sonicare is proven to reduce gingivitis and promote healthy gums. Just press the button on the handle and the liquid toothpaste is delivered right to the bristles. The Crest packet is hidden inside the handle. No more hassling with a messy tube and wayward cap!Dual-speed control offers high speed for optimal plaque removal and low speed for sensitive areas. Significantly removes coffee, tea and tobacco stains for whiter, more natural-looking teeth. Also beneficial for those who wear braces, have had dental restoration or have periodontal pockets.Features a two-minute timer and Quadpacer 30-second interval timer. Easy-Start gently increases brushing power over the first 14 uses. Comes with one handle and one brush head, hygienic travel cap, soft travel case and three packets of liquid toothpaste. Rechargeable unit runs for approximately 14 days when fully charged. Toothbrush unit stands 10" tall x 1/2" diameter. Charger base plugs into wall outlet. Two-year warranty. ... Read more

    Features

    • Programmable Quadpacer 30-second interval timer
    • Dual Speed Control
    • Deep cleaning that's one step closer to daily flossing*(footnote * compared to a standard manual toothbrush and toothpaste)
    • Specially formulated Crest Liquid Toothpaste
    • 2 minute Smartimer

    Reviews (8)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Great Performance
    I have been using an Oral B brush for a few years now and thought it was time to upgrade. My dental hygenist recommended this one so I decided to try it. My teeth feel a lot cleaner and are noticable whiter after only 1 week's use. The integrated toothpaste is good, but I recommend using your regular toothpaste as well (it goes a little faster than advertised.

    I recommend this product!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Does not feel like top of the line model
    I have been using the original Sonicare toothbrush for years. It's a great product, and still going strong, but I decided to upgrade to the latest and greatest.

    I like the integrated toothpaste concept. Seems like a very nice feature for travel, kind of all-in one conception. If you are going on a prolonged trip though, be aware, that the charger is not very compact, and it only supports 110-120 Volts, you would need a transformer to use it with 220-240 Volt outlets. Also, this toothbrush uses Nickel Cadmium batteries; which for the year 2005 is unfortunate. These days better battery technologies are available.

    The original Sonicare toothbrush felt like a fairly well sealed and tight unit, this new one has large gaps and a feeling that it is about to come apart in your hands.

    But now is the most important question. How well does it work? After trying the i8500 myself I must say that it works very well. Better than the original. The longer bristles at the ends clean spaces between the teeth, and elongated shape allow brushing hard to reach places better.

    5-0 out of 5 stars By far the BEST EVER - FUN AND PLEASURE
    As the title indicates, it's the best product I ever experimented to brush teeths.
    I'ts fast; The eletronic ("ionic") I already had on my previous sonycare (thousands of toothbrushes per second); I see people doing FORCE to brush and Sonicare don't need that. You just touch softly your teeth, the velocity creates micro drops that goes everywhere in your month.
    THIS PRODUCT is a big step forward. It's so fun and practic that you don't have to unscrew and/or open a toothpaste, it's just already there.
    It's also fantastic tastefull (very good tastes, can't wait for more options).
    I never liked brushing my teeths. Did it for higienic needs only. Now I do it before and after food, about 4 to 5 times a day minimum. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!
    By the way, I was concerned (and curious) about how many days the small and tiny toothpaste would last. Brushing 5 times a day, I had it work for about 12 to 15 days (one person). Very good result. I taught it would not be more than4or5 days.
    And that's because I "push" the paste button two times, not one each time.
    THIS PRODUCT IS THE ULTIMATE, BEST EVER TOOTHBRUSH SYSTEM. I have fun and pleasure for first time in my life.
    Bill Gates with all his 5 billion dollars can't buy something better for his teeths! This is THE thing!

    1-0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE
    Well, the title says it all. Its performance is not as good as I expected. I feel like I have to brush many times in order to feel clean. The brush is not as strong as my Oral B one. I am very very disappointed. Sonicare lets me down!!!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Bulky, Expensive refill and brush.Very disappointing. AVOID
    Why upgrade to this bulky product? Why contend with hard to find and expensive toothpaste? Why limit your toothpaste choices? Why pay so much?

    Listen, just buy better Oral B product which are superior and smaller.

    I returned mine to my dentist and got Oral B instead and very impressed with it! You're supposed to replace brush often and Sonicare's replacement are RIP OFF.

    Sonicares are unreliable. I owned older model and it died within 2 years or just shy of 2 year warranty. I give them credit for good customer service for sending me replacement. So if your product is unreliable then call to complain and demand a brand new replacment!

    Want proof? Reputable 3rd party Cochrane study state that Oral B's rotating brush are better! Not only that the replacement brushes are much cheaper than Sonicare!

    http://www.oralb.com/cochrane/summary.asp

    "An independent research group The Cochrane Collaboration, recently completed the most comprehensive review of power toothbrush
    studies ever undertaken.
    Rotation-oscillation toothbrushes, like the
    ProfessionalCare 7000, reduce plaque and
    gingivitis by between 7% and 17% more
    than manual toothbrushes.

    No other form of power toothbrushes,
    including "sonic," proved to be any better
    than a manual toothbrush in reducing
    plaque and gingivitis.

    The evidence also proved that power
    toothbrushing is just as safe as manual
    brushing.

    For the full on-line report, visit
    www.update-software.com/toothbrush.
    ... Read more


    8. Oral B SR18-3 Sonic Complete Refill Toothbrush Heads (3 Heads)
    by Oral B
    list price: $21.99
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002M5JO8
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 76
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    Features

    • Please read all label information on delivery
    • Features advanced, brush head technology
    • Made with longer, Power Tip bristles for hard to reach areas
    • Angled, CrissCross Bristleshelp reach deep and clean between teeth
    • Contains 3 refill brush heads for Oral B Sonic Complete models S-200, S-320 and S-340

    9. WaterPik WP-72 Professional Dental Water Jet
    by Waterpik
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $47.98
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000063SLQ
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Waterpik
    Sales Rank: 63
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    When used after regular brushing and flossing, this Waterpikirrigating system removes stubbornly lodged food bits and bacteria thatcan cause gingivitis and bad breath. Two reservoirs withounce/millimeter guides are included: a large one for warm water and asmall one for antibacterial solutions. Of the four cleaningattachments, two send pulsating jets of water into hard-to-reachcrevices, especially around braces, crowns, and bridgework. A softrubber-tipped attachment cleans under the gums, while the fourthattachment is a spoon-like device that scoops bacteria off the tongue,keeping bad breath at bay. An on/off switch is located on the base,which plugs into the wall, while a switch on the tool handle regulatespressure. The large reservoir doubles as a cover. With the cover on forstorage, the compact Waterpik unit measures 7-1/4 by 4-3/4 by 4 inches.It comes with a two-year warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

    Features

    • Recommended most by dental professionals
    • Number one choice by consumers
    • Great for people with braces
    • Healthier Gums in 2 weeks, guaranteed

    Reviews (17)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great product - use some common sense
    This thing is awesome.I was mortified after the first time I used it.Let me start by saying I have an electic toothbrush and use mouthwash. I used it for the first time while getting ready for bed, I had already brushed my teeth and rinsed with Listerine.The amount of food that fell out from between my teeth when I used this really shocked me. I couldnt believe that there was that much left behind after I THOUGHT my mouth was clean!

    If you want a clean feeling in your mouth that you have never felt before, use this product and mix the water 50-50 with mouth wash.

    Now to the use...Lets have some common sense.You are squirting water onto your teeth, if you stare into the mirror and have your mouth wide open, water is going to go everywhere.Simply keep your mouth partially closed, open just enough for the water to flow out, and lean over the sink in the same manner you would when spitting toothpaste out.Your teeth AND your bathroom will stay clean this way.If you smile like the Joker and dont lean over the sink, your teeth will still be clean but you will be cleaning your mirror and counter top for the next 5 minutes.

    The tub (water container) sits nicely on top of the unit.It is held in place by a rubber gromet which keeps the water from leaking out.I have never had a problem with it falling off or leaking.Here comes the common sense again...Make sure it is on a secure part of your counter, not the edge.Make sure it is seated properly on the base, doesnt take any effort, just look at it.I use this thing daily and have never had a leak or accidentally knocked it off its base.

    When you first use it, your gums may bleed a little.My dentist said its no big deal, it just shows that you are cleaning deeper than your gums are used to.Your gums will adjust within 2-3 uses.There is also a pressure adjustment switch and you can build up to full power if you wish.

    My teeth have never been as clean as they are now.My breath is fresher.My mouth feels cleaner that it has ever felt.This is a great product.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Another DOA
    I read the reviews that clearly indicated that there were at least some models of the WaterPik that had serious quality issues. However, like many others, since WaterPik pretty much has the market cornered, I ordered the WP-72. The very first time I turned it on, there was a low hum and not enough water pressure to overcome gravity. I was unsuccessfully trying to open up the unit when I decided to execute a tried and true troubleshooting technique: I gave the bottom of the unit a couple hard raps with the heal of my hand. Suddenly the motor really started chattering and unit was operational.The next morning I went to use it for the second time, but once again the motor just gave a low hum. Again I hit it, again it started working (but I didn't have the reservoir on yet), so I turned it off, put the reservior on, switched it back on, and...%$*! again! So I leave it on, hit it until it starts, leave it on, put on the reservoir, and use it. I won't bother with a replacement, because I'm guessing it won't help much.I also figure that eventually I'll have to open the sucker up and see if there is anything I can do lubricate it or something to get it to work consistently. Please don't buy a WaterPik. A significant loss in sales is likely the only way the company will get motivated to improve their quality.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A useful product if you're not a fussy person
    It can be messy and noisy to be sure, but so far it seems to work well. Between the two basins provided, there is enough water to get through a single cleaning either fast or slow. The Pik-pocket attachments are like gum stimulators and are less messy than the regular jets. Overall, it works as a useful tool for flushing out food particles and fighting gum disease. To keep your sink relatively dry, you need to keep your head down low--which some people may not like--but that seems like an inherent problem with a countertop irrigator. If you are finicky you might want to look at the handheld model for use in the shower--but you might want not to have to go to shower just to clean your teeth either! Bottom line--if you like the idea of being able to flush your gums, and you're not too fussy, it's worth it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Good Pric Poor Quality
    This unit is noisy, vibrates way too much and is extremely messy.I would not recommend this to anyone.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Another case of stopped-working
    My dental hygienist recommended using a Waterpik with a very dilute bleach solution to clear up some periodontal problems. It did a great job of doing that, and I stopped using it regularly. Recently I started up again, and after a brief period of use the unit basically failed: it works at the lowest two water pressure settings only--moving the slider to a higher setting results in just a trickle. The unit is about 1 1/2 years old, still under warranty so I may see if I can get it serviced, but what a nuisance. The 2-star rating reflects 4 for performance, 0 for longevity. ... Read more


    10. Oral B S-320 Sonic Complete Rechargeable Power Toothbrush
    by Oral B
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002M50Z6
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 146
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The Oral-B Sonic Complete Deluxe Electronic Toothbrush was designed by dental professionals to provide superior cleaning, whitening, gum care and whole-mouth freshening. Includes two brush heads; one charger base with storage space for up to three brush heads; and one deluxe travel case. Made in USA. 8Hx3Wx5L". ... Read more

    Features

    • Lasts up to two weeks when used two minutes twice a day
    • Three modes offer consumers unmatched versatility: Clean mode - Side to side vibrational movements offer superior tooth/gumline cleaning!Soft mode - Reduced speed vibrational movements for cleaning sensitive teeth, gum tissue and tongue.
    • Advance Brush Head Technology include the following key features: Power Tip Bristles - longer bristles for hard to reach areas, CrissCross Bristles - angled bristles to reach deep and clean between teeth & Indicator Bristles
    • Two-minute professional timer to ensure thorough brushing with thirty-second pacer to encourage complete mouth coverage.
    • Charger stand and refill storage tower with deluxe travel case included.

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tactical toothbrush gr8 4 ppl wth sensitive gums and teeth
    My reason for buying the Sonic Complete is because I was experiencing lots of sensitivity with a regular tooth brush, and mySonicare Advanced stopped working after three years. I did a little research and decided to get the Sonic complete based on design and competitive price. I have used this tooth brush for three days now and was compelled to write this review.The s-320 is well designed and superior to my old Sonicare because of the following:
    - Criss-crossed brisles cover more surface area than regular brisles.
    - Removable built-in brush head storage on charger has drainage holes to prevent mildew.
    - Brush head is overmolded with rubber.
    - Handle is very light and compact compared to Sonicare Advanced.
    - Handle is overmolded with rubber that prevents slippage and is contoured for the hand.
    - The color of the unit itself is eye catching.
    - The shaft that holds the brush heads acts like a tuining fork.
    - Three speeds
    - Charger is wall mountable.

    The only drawback that I can think of is the battery because it is nickle-cadmium (ni-cad) which charges slow and is prone to "memory effect". What I do now is not leave my toothbrush on the charger on a daily basis, I learned my lesson from the Sonicare that I had previously.
    Braun claims that this toothbrush can be used for up to 14 days without a charge, that might sound impressive but Braun is assuming that you brush twice a day for twominutes each brushing. I happen to brush after each meal and I eat allot so I dont think that my toothbrush can last the 14 days without a charge, in addition to that I always brush my tougue so that's another minute or two.
    Despite some of the drawbacks that I mentioned this toothbrush impresses me. It's been close to two months since my sonicare broke and before I got the Sonic Complete I have been using an old fashioned manual tooth brush. My gums have been receding because agressive use of the manual tootbrush most of my life, so I was upset to use it again until I found a suitable replacement. My gums were bleeding and my teeth had lots of tartar left behind before I flossed. Now since I have used the sonic complete no trace of tartar has been left for me to floss and my gums aren't bleeding anymore. Another thing that I am impressed with is my coffee and nicotine stains on the top of my molars have almost disappeared, I'm thinking it will take a week for the stains to fully disappear.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Toothbrush!
    When my dental hygenist recommended I get an electric toothbrush, I have to admit I was hesitant. I have always had sensitive gums, and normal brushing would sometimes leave my mouth bruised as it was. I read the product description for this toothbrush, and learned that it doesn't actually spin. This lead me to believe that it would be the most gentle brush I could find. Since I began using it, I haven't been disappointed. The brush features 3 modes, which have been wonderful to have! When my gums are sore, I simply switch modes! I would highly recommend this toothbrush to anyone looking for a great product, especially if you have a sensitive mouth!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific Toothbrush
    I bought this toothbrush after it was recommended by a friend.I was hesitant spending so much money on a toothbrush.However, I made the purchase.Once again, cheapest price was on Amazon.com!It was simple to set up and easy to use & clean.I love it!My teeth feel dentist-clean and have brightened in just a few weeks.I love the timed brushing--now I know I've brushed enough!I've recommended this tooth brush to everyone I know.It's the best.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Really Clean Teeth
    This is a great upgrade from the Oral B 3-D power toothbrush I was using, which I also liked. The sonic version cleans better and I found the brush bristles more flexible, gentle, and easier to position on my teeth than the round style of brush.The unit is easy to keep clean and the brush easy to remove and attach. In any case, when I switched from a manual to power toothbrush several years ago, the manual brush just couldn't clean as well, regardless of how long I spent brushing.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Teeth Are So White
    I have been using the regular oral b tooth brush and loved it.I had a sonicare and because my mouth is small I had a hard time getting the toothbrush head anywhere near my back teeth.So when I saw that the oral b sonic brush was smaller I got it.I love it.I had finished a week of Crest white strips and thought that I'd go get another box and do them again.I wanted my teeth really really white.After a few days of using the oral b sonic.. I didn't need to get another box of the crest white strips.My teeth are so white. I love that is has a more gentle speed for the back of my front teeth that are sensitive and you can clean your tongue and massage your gums ... Read more


    11. Sonicare Advance 4300 Power Toothbrush
    by Sonicare
    list price: $89.99
    our price: $69.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFXH
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 223
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Choose the power toothbrush that not only cleans your teeth but also aids your gums. The Philips Sonicare Advance 4300 Toothbrush works with sonic waves to create fluid cleansing action that's clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque than a manual toothbrush while removing 80% of coffee, tea and tobacco stains. The Advance 4300 also cleans below the gum line, reversing gingivitis and helping to shrink periodontal pockets. Features: an ergonomic, non-slip grip; extra-soft, end-rounded bristles; easy start that gently increases brushing power over the first 12 uses; and Quadpacer Smartimer with four 30-second intervals to ensure thorough brushing time. Includes toothbrush, charger base with easy-wrap cord and 1 travel case. Full charge lasts for up to 2 weeks of normal brushing. Effective and safe for use with braces, dental work and sensitive teeth. Made in USA with domestic and imported components. ... Read more

    Features

    • Soft-grip handle holds charge for up to 2 weeks, ideal for travel
    • Rechargeable toothbrush cleans with ultra-high speed bristles
    • 2-minute Smartimer and 30-second Quadpacer interval timer
    • Removes 80% of coffee and tobacco stains in just 28 days
    • Includes 1 standard-size brush head, charger base, and travel case

    Reviews (10)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Original Sonicare product is the best
    Used it for 5 years before the battery gave out. A great product. Upgraded to the Elite and got cavities and damaged gums. Back to the original for me.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What about another charger???
    The Sonicare 4300 is easy to use and I think it really does go after more tartar and stains than I could on my own. I question the claim that 80% of stains will be gone in 28 days - I would say more like 40% but that's an individual thing. One problem that has come up is where can I get another charger? My husband and I travel and when we go to separate destinations for any length of time, one gets the charger and the other doesn't. Good luck trying to find a spare charger; I have tried a number of web sites and to my surprise -- no one seems to have thought of this!! Really a pain in the neck for travelers who don't always travel together! Otherwise I have no complaints.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Flawless Toothbrush, best in the world
    I ordered this item on amazon, and it came super quick even with free shipping option.
    When i got the toothbrush, it was amazing.
    My teeth have never felt so polished and clean. Actually my whole mouth has never felt so clean.I will never use any other product but sonicare.every 30 seconds it tells you when to switch areas of brushing, and automatically shuts off at 2 minutes for the recommended dentist "2 minute brushing".
    (over brushing will wear away the enamel)
    And a bonus, it whitens your teeth by removing years of stains!
    If your serious about dental hygene, this is the product for you.

    2-0 out of 5 stars It's a toothbrush.
    This is a VERY over-rated product.I really don't feel my teeth are any cleaner than using a standard toothbrush, and I may just abandon this thing when the head gives out- I just can't see throwing good money after bad.I liked the Braun electric toothbrush better, and the refills are much cheaper.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Upgrade to the Elite
    Although there's nothing really wrong with the Advance model (except the way toothpaste collects under the threads of the brush attachment and the bulky brush itself), the Elite model has so many improvements that upgrading is well worth the extra money! ... Read more


    12. Oral B 7900DLX Professional Care OxyJet Oral Care Center
    by Oral B
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AZWIA
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 114
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Keep your teeth and gums in tip top shape with the Oral-B PC 7900 Deluxe Oral Care Center. It removes plaque and helps prevent and reverse gum disease by reducing bacteria in the mouth. Features a professional care, nonslip handle for precision; and 40,000 pulsations/8,800 oscillations patented by 3D technology. Set includes Oxyjet oral irrigator and 10 tips (2 Flexisoft brushes, 2 power tips, 4 Oxyjet tips, and 2 extra-soft brushes). Imported. ... Read more

    Features

    • Delivers results superior to those of manual toothbrush and floss
    • Complete dental care center includes Plaque Remover 3D toothbrush, OxyJet oral irrigator, 3 FlexiSoft brush heads, and 4 irrigator refills
    • 3-D brushing action combines in-and-out pulsing movements with side-to-side oscillations
    • Oral irrigator attacks plaque-causing bacteria and food buildup between teeth
    • Both units use microbubbles (air and water) to fight gingivitis

    Reviews (17)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Throw that $6 battery brush away-
    This toothbrush center has served to replace my $6 crest spinbrush Pro, for which I could never find replacemnt heads for.

    This Oral B model can use any of the Oral B power heads.This gives you the option of a smaller, softer, or stiffer bristle option.In addition, your significant other or children can use the same unit with a switch of color coded brush heads.

    The overall engineering of the unit is fantastic.It is a space saver which can accomodate the storage of brush and water jet heads.

    The feel of clean teeth you shall see.it only took one try for me.The first time I used it I noticed that the brush was quieter than my old spinbrush.In addition, it felt good to lightly massage gums without feeling like I was applying too much pressure.It is difficult to apply much pressure with this brush as it stops when too much pressure is applied.

    Go for it spend the money.I saw at my last dentist appointment that my teeth and gums were in healthier condition.I didn't tell him about this secret weapon.I want to see if he asks if I have changed my routine.

    Good Luck if you decide to purchase

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice engineering
    The brush motor is powered by a NiMH battery with "smart" charge circuitry for longest service life. Brushing perfomance is excellent. The kit includes a good introductory selection of brush heads.

    The irrigator is relatively quiet and just strong enough on its highest setting, and the rotary sprayhead is effective. Aeration of spray water is nice, and works best without mouthwash added to the tank unless you enjoy a mouthful of foam.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love this!!!
    This is a terrific product.I had an older model Oral B electric toothbrush and dragged my feet complying with my Dentist's Assistant's advice to upgrade to this product.I try to schedule cleanings 3 - 4 times a year.I will now be able to reduce cleanings to 2x a year saving me much $.My teeth felt "just from the dentist" polished smooth after the very first brushing.

    I do not agree that the jet spray is too weak.It seems to do the job for me (gums are fairly delicate). Although I do use it on it's highest pressure setting, I don't feel I need more pressure.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A bigger difference than I expected
    I've had some gum problems recently that my dentist has been treating, and I decided that I should investigate higher-end toothbrushes like this one.I had been using one of those AA-battery-powered spinbrushes, which I thought was a significant improvement over a typical handheld toothbrush, and I was skeptical about how much of an incremental improvement something like this would be.

    I was pleasantly surprised.The vibrating of this toothbrush seems to really get underneath things and take the coating off.You still need to floss -- don't think that this unit is going to replace your flossing regimen -- and for those who aren't already doing it I certainly recommend getting a tongue scraper.Once you see how much gunk you scrape out of your supposedly clean mouth with a tongue scraper it's hard to go to bed without using it!But this thing will get your teeth clean.

    Another surprise with this unit was the 30/60/90/120-second alarms.Who'd have thought that that would be important?But now that I'm using this unit, I'm sure I wasn't previously brushing long enough, and I wasn't brushing each quadrant of my mouth the same length of time.Moreover, it's a lot nicer to not constantly have to think about "Have I brushed this part of my mouth long enough?Which parts have I finished now?"It's all just automatic now, and I can think about the cat rubbing against my leg or whatever -- ANYTHING but how long I've been brushing and where!I think the boredom fix alone was worth the price of this unit for me.

    I use the irrigator less, perhaps 2 or 3 times a week.I like it -- the spin mode of the irrigator is especially good at throwing bubble-laden water up into the area where the gums meet the teeth.

    The unit is conveniently designed and seems well-built.The supply of brushes that comes with the unit is generous, and from what I have seen replacement brushes are not expensive (I read somewhere that the same was not true for Sonicare, but I haven't checked it myself).

    All in all, I'm very pleased, and I suspect that anyone having problems with their gums or their teeth would be as well.

    5-0 out of 5 stars FANTASTIC!
    At first, I do not believe that this toothbrush will be better than the other electronic toothbrushes in the market. I bought it because of its so many positive reviews on the product. I think why not give it a try.
    After using it for about a week, I do really feel the differences. I feel that my teeth are so clean. I also feel brushing is fun for the first time and I can actually increase my total brushing time to 5 minutes. The irrigator system works very well. I understand that other reviews said its power is too weak. But, I think it really is Okay.

    I will want to recommend this to everyone. I love this product and I don't think I can go back to use traditional toothbrush again. :-) ... Read more


    13. Oral B EB17-4 Power Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads (4 FlexiSoft Adult Refills)
    by Oral B
    list price: $24.99
    our price: $24.88
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006ANDQ
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 177
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    For use with Oral B Pulsating Toothbrush System (#363036). ... Read more

    Features

    • Longer interdental tips clean deep between teeth and below gumline
    • Indicator bristles signal brush head replacement
    • Helps keep teeth naturally white
    • Fits all Braun Oral-B powered toothbrushes

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars How Something So Basic Can Be Fun
    This review is about the Oral-B Flexisoft replacement heads. Coupled with the Braun electric toothbrushes, this is one of the most effective aids to oral hygiene ever developed. My introduction to Oral-B goes back over 27 years to a USAF basic training briefing; a dental technician held up an Oral-B toothbrush with medium bristles and said "this is the toothbrush you need if you want to keep your teeth" or some such statement like that. Well, I haven't lost one yet.

    The motorized mechanicals of the toothbrush do most of the work while you guide the oscillating round head around and over your pearly whites. While the heads are undeniably pricey when looked at just in dollars and cents, there is value in the fact that the total package actually makes a rather mundane chore a little more fun while actually living up to the claim that it does a better job on your teeth than manual brushing.

    Since I've always believed the entire surface area of the toothbrush head was meant to be covered with toothpaste and the size of the head on these is smaller than the average brush, I know I'm using less toothpaste to do the same job. While this is no big deal, the long term economic benefit is plaque under control, healthy gums and a bright smile full of natural teeth; it's kind of hard to deny it works. My dentist has confirmed this upon direct examination.

    Just be careful what model of these brush heads you are selecting and watch the pricing. Oral-B uses a kind of color code for the bristles, and the ones that have colored bristles in a line with the shaft are the Flexisoft model that seems to equate to medium hardness.

    Enjoy life!

    5-0 out of 5 stars An easy, safe, effective way to brush
    Dentists all over the country are recommending the Oral-B electric toothbrush.There are several reasons.It does the work for you, vibrating thousands of times a second, massaging your gums, it lets you clean your teeth without scraping your gums with a toothbrush, which can cause them to recede and bleed, and it reaches between your teeth to catch plaque and germs.This is a wonderful toothbrush, and I recommend it.However, if you want a review of a toothbrush, you'll read the toothbrush page.This is a page for replacement heads.

    There's a lot of confusion about replacement heads for Oral B electric toothbrushes on Amazon, and I just want to give you all some facts.There are only three kinds of heads for ALL Oral-B electric toothbrushes.Flexisoft EB17, Extrasoft EB17, and Ortho OD17.I prefer Flexisoft EB17, which is what this item is. (The Extrasoft is a little too soft, and the Ortho is overpriced)

    The reason I mention this is that the prices are all over the board for what is the same product.For example, this listing is for four Flexisoft EB17 heads for $24.99 (The EB17-4 just means there are four of them).There are other offers through Amazon partners for this exact same item for $12.99.Make sure you find the best deal, because they're all the exact same product, listed multiple times at different prices! ... Read more


    14. Sonicare IntelliClean System Brush Head Refill (2-pack)
    by Sonicare
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $24.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00076ZPJI
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 335
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    Features

    • Precise combination of Soft, Extra-soft and Super-soft end-rounded bristles
    • Brushing Performance Regulator- a unique new feature that helps maintain consistent brushing power during use
    • Replace brush heads at least every 6 months to achieve optimal results
    • For use with IntelliClean system handles only

    15. Sonicare Crest IntelliClean Toothpaste, Refills, Fresh Mint (6 Pack)
    by Crest
    list price: $8.99
    our price: $8.69
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007KPCLU
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Crest
    Sales Rank: 325
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    Features

    • Leaves mouth and teeth feeling clean
    • Sonicare and Crest give you deep cleaning that's one step closer to the results of daily flossing*. (*vs. manual brush & paste)
    • Fresh Mint Flavor
    • Fights cavities, removes plaque, promotes healthy gums
    • Gently cleans, freshens breath

    16. Sonicare Crest i8300 IntelliClean System Integrated Power Toothbrush
    by Sonicare
    list price: $139.99
    our price: $119.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00076ZPIO
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Sonicare
    Sales Rank: 654
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    A Whole New Way to Brush
    The IntelliClean system from Sonicare and Crest is a truly powerful combination that provides deep cleaning that's one step closer to daily flossing.*As the first integrated sonic toothbrush and liquid toothpaste dispenser it features the patented Sonicare high-speed bristle motion, plus a new, specially formulated liquid toothpaste from Crest. The push of a button delivers noticeable results you can see and feel.

    The IntelliClean system is designed to help promote healthy gums. It provides a deep, thorough clean throughout your mouth, and it is proven to be gentle on teeth and gums. Improved oral health can be yours as the IntelliClean system has been proven to reduce gingivitis while the specially formulated Crest liquid toothpaste delivers additional benefits. The toothpaste's sodium fluoride fights cavities while an added dose dispensed during brushing provides an extra burst of freshness for truly fresh breath.

    Sonicare technology, when coupled with Crest liquid toothpaste, significantly removes coffee, tea and tobacco stains, for naturally whiter teeth. What's more, the invigorating and stimulating feeling of a Sonicare toothbrush will motivate you to brush longer.

    The Sonicare Guarantee
    If you are not 100 percent satisfied with your Sonicare IntelliClean system, Sonicare will give you a full refund.**

    IntelliClean System i8300 Features

    Patented Sonicare Technology-- Sonicare's high-speed bristle motion liquefies the toothpaste and drives the cleaning ingredients into hard-to-reach areas.

    Smartimer-- The toothbrush automatically turns off after recommended brushing time of two minutes.

    Easy-start/Brushing Power Ramp-Up-- Brushing power gently increases over first 14 uses while you get acquainted with your Sonicare.

    Brushing Performance Regulator-- A unique new feature that helps maintain consistent brushing power during use.

    Recharge level indicator-- Alerts you when to recharge. Displays three levels of battery charge status.

    Sonicare high speed bristle motion liquefies specially formulated Crest toothpaste creating a unique dynamic fluid cleaning action which drives powerful cleaning ingredients into areas between the teeth.

     

    The specially formulated Crest liquid toothpaste produces micro cleaning bubbles that penetrate far into hard-to-reach areas, like deep between teeth and along the gum line.

     

    Specially Formulated Crest Liquid Toothpaste-- Anti-cavity liquid toothpaste, specially formulated to work with the system's cleaning action.

    Standard Quadpacer-- Interval timer encourages thorough brushing of the entire mouth. Use the optional 30 seconds of extended brushing to focus on problem areas.

    Liquid Toothpaste Dispensing System-- Push to deliver Crest liquid toothpaste to target hard-to-reach areas.

    Ergonomic Handle--The tapered handle improves maneuverability and comfort.

    The IntelliClean System i8300 Comes With:

    • IntelliClean i8300 toothbrush with a replaceable brush head
    • 3 Crest liquid toothpaste cartridges (2 IntelliClean
      and 1 IntelliCleanWhitening)
    • Charger base with easy-wrap cord
    • Brush head holder
    • Contoured soft travel case
    • Hygienic travel cap

     

     

    *Compared to a standard manual toothbrush and toothpaste.
    **UPC and receipt required for guarantee.
    ... Read more

    Features

    • Deep cleaning that's one step closer to daily flossing*(footnote * compared to a standard manual toothbrush and toothpaste)
    • Specially formulated Crest Liquid Toothpaste
    • 2 minute Smartimer with Quadpacer

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wow
    In my opinion, this toothbrush is the best thing since sliced bread.Yes, it is bulky and it takes some time getting used to, BUT it is so worth it.After 3 mins of brushing, your teeth will (literally) shine.And not just that, you'll save a bunch of money on dentist visits (cleaner teeth=less problems).Get it, your smile will thank you.

    (And no, I don't work for SoniCare, I just love their product :)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great but bulky
    My first impression of the toothbrush was how bulky it was.My roommate has a Sonicare and I figured it would be roughly the same size, but it seems bigger.It almost looks a little ridiculous, it has a huge handle and a small brush head.

    But once you start brusing your teeth with it you forget about it and just enjoy it.It's simply amazing how clean your teeth feel when you are done brushing with it.

    The toothpaste refills are a little pricey and they don't seem to be sold everywhere, but you can always put regular toothpaste on the brushhead if you wish.

    Overall I'm happy with the product, but not with the size.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Junk gimmick - Too big, expensive toothpaste...AVOID!
    Why upgrade to this bulky product? Why contend with hard to find and expensive toothpaste? Why limit your toothpaste choices? Why pay so much?

    Listen, just buy better Oral B product which are superior and smaller.

    I returned mine to my dentist and got Oral B instead and very impressed with it!You're supposed to replace brush often and Sonicare's replacement are RIP OFF.

    Sonicares are unreliable.I owned older model and it died within 2 years or just shy of 2 year warranty.I give them credit for good customer service for sending me replacement.So if your product is unreliable then call to complain and demand a brane new replacment!

    Want proof? Reputable 3rd party Cochrane study state that Oral B's rotating brush are better! Not only that the replacement brushes are much cheaper than Sonicare!

    http://www.oralb.com/cochrane/summary.asp

    "An independent research group The Cochrane Collaboration, recently completed the most comprehensive review of power toothbrush
    studies ever undertaken.
    Rotation-oscillation toothbrushes, like the
    ProfessionalCare 7000, reduce plaque and
    gingivitis by between 7% and 17% more
    than manual toothbrushes.

    No other form of power toothbrushes,
    including "sonic," proved to be any better
    than a manual toothbrush in reducing
    plaque and gingivitis.

    The evidence also proved that power
    toothbrushing is just as safe as manual
    brushing.

    For the full on-line report, visit
    www.update-software.com/toothbrush.

    5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING CLEAN FEELING! Great idea and works well!
    This IntelliClean by sonicare is amazing!I bought this as a replacement for an older model sonicare and the difference is unbelievable.After just one use my teeth felt like I came from a dentist office... smooth and clean and refreshed.Sleek design and modern looking charger base just adds to this item.You won't regret this purchase and comes with a 2 year warranty from phillips/sonicare. ... Read more


    17. Oral B 7850DLX Professional Care Deluxe Power Toothbrush
    by Oral B
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $84.98
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AZWI8
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 159
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    If practicing good oral hygiene is like pulling teeth, get the Oral-B PC 7850 Deluxe. It removes plaque and helps prevent and reverse gum disease by reducing bacteria in the mouth. Features a professional care, nonslip handle for precision and 40,000 pulsations/8,800 oscillations patented by 3D technology. Includes 6 tips (2 each: Flexisoft brushes, extra-soft brushes, and power tips). Imported. ... Read more

    Features

    • Lasts 12 days between charges (assumes twice daily usage)
    • 40,000 in-and-out pulsations per minute keep teeth clean and gums healthy
    • Includes 2 FlexiSoft brush heads, 2 extra-soft brush heads, and 2 Interspace brush heads
    • Timer sounds every 30 seconds during brushing for even coverage
    • High and low speed settings for optimal control

    Reviews (29)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect toothbrush
    Almost.....because nothing is perfect.And it does have a shut-off feature - it is the third press of the 'on' button.The positions are 'fast', 'slow' and 'off'.The various brushes are great - didn't think I would use more than 1 or 2, but after trying all four, I see their individual benefit.It would be a good idea to get a child used to this as young as possible because it cleans so well in a short time, especially with the choice of different size heads.Well worth the price!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Brush
    I've used this toothbrush for 9 months now and it's been wicked good.My teeth feel fresh.The toothbrush hasn't broken or shown signs of wear.The battery still charges well.I find that the heads don't wear down as fast as they say.Overall--satisfied.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best dentist appointment ever!
    I purchased this brush in Feb. and began noticing a difference very quickly after I began using it.My teeth feel cleaner and I love brushing my teeth.I had my first dentist appointment since using the brush about a week ago and it was the best appointment of my life. I used to hate going to the dentist, this was the first time in ages that I haven't had a cavity, and both my hygenist and dentist commented on my "great brushing"!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Super Toothbrush - Great Investment in Your Dental Health
    This is definitely a much better toothbrush than the typical $20 unit you may get on sale. Ergonomic design, the relief after brushing, the timer and the autostop feature in case of overpressure on your gums are all very nice. It will cut your dental bills in due course. But most importantly, you LOOK FORWARD to using this brush because it is A TOOTH MASSAGER.

    What could have been better? Instead of two speeds, there may have been a user adjustable knob to vary the speed. Of course, such a thing may make the unit less resistant to water. The instruction manual suggests that the unit should not be used in shower, but I dont believe it will suffer any leaks.

    RECOMMENDATION: BUY! BUY! BUY!
    ******************************
    However, you can get a great deal on it in different ways.
    (1) The lowest price, I saw at Amazon for it was 60$. On Ebay, you can get the same unit in brand new condition for around $40 including shipping.
    (2) You can buy another Braun/Oral-B product and use the rebate Amazon offers (either $30 or $50 depending on the offer). For example, you can get the Braun 7526 refurbished razor with this brush ($50), and activate the $50 rebate, so you can get the razor for free.

    5-0 out of 5 stars perfect teeth!
    When I usually go to the dentist, it's the same story: a handful of cavities, sore gums, and a lecture about proper brushing and flossing. Last time I went was 2.5 years ago just because I couldn't bear the thought of more drilling and scraping.

    But! I got this toothbrush based on the reviews here about a year ago and have used it almost every day. The results: the dentist said I have perfect teeth and gums today! I don't know if it's just having that handy 30-second timer that keeps me brushing for 2 mins or whether it's the 40,000+ pulses or what, but I'm sure about one thing. This toothbrush works. I'm buying a few more for my friends! ... Read more


    18. Oral B EB417 DualAction Premium Power Toothbrush Head Refill (3 count)
    by Oral B
    list price: $21.99
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002KHU3I
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 124
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Fits all Oral B Power Toothbrushes except CrossAction Power.
    • Unique design of bristles enables cleaning along the gumline while simultaneously reaching deep between teeth to lift and sweep away plaque.
    • Increased bristle surface area creates more toothpaste foam and also makes it quick and easy to remove bacteria from the tongue for fresher breath.
    • Indicator Bristles - Blue bristles fade halfway to signal the need for replacement.
    • Dentist recommend changing your toothbrush every 3 months.

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars More bristles, more buzzzzzz.
    One of these brush heads came with my Oral B 980TX power toothbrush.I liked it so much more than the regular FlexiSoft head that I immediately ordered the 3-pack.

    The extra bristles with their side-to-side oscillation add more oomph to the Oral B's tingle-inducing cleaning action.I can feel it all the way to the base of each tooth.When I rinse, I see more loosened debris swirling down the drain.I finish my evening brushing with a hydrogen peroxide rinse, and, man oh man, does it get foamy, an indication of freshly cleaned dental and gum surfaces.

    The price is already a bargain but with additional available discounts like Free Super Saver Shipping and the A9 Instant Reward, it's a steal.

    3-0 out of 5 stars It worked okay, but it really feels big
    I had read the reviews about this bigger head, and I thought cool, twice the brushing power in the same amount of time!However, after having received it, I'm a little dissappointed.It doesn't appear as though it's that big, but it feels very large in mouth.It felt like I was trying to brush my teeth with my thumb.I had trouble getting the brush into the far reaches of my mouth whereas before with the smaller head I had no problems.I'm not a small person either, I'm 6'1" and 190lbs, with an average size mouth.It's really not that different than the standard head, it's just bigger.I think what bothered me most about the bigger head is that the angles at which you approach your teeth are now more limited because of the increased brush size.Because of this, getting the brush into every nook and cranny is now more difficult.Also, because it is bigger, it's harder to close your mouth around the wand, which means you get more toothpaste goo running down the brush.

    Unfortunately, I bought the economical 3-pack.I should have bought the single one just to try it out, but I was certain I'd love the bigger one.Oh well...

    5-0 out of 5 stars worth it
    I was leery of the shape at first, but after one brushing, I'm hooked!The teeth are much slicker compared to the standard round head after brushing.The head is bigger, but the round part can reach hard spots.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works Geat....Economical in Three-pack
    The Oral-B DualAction EB417 refill brush will fit into most Oral B power brushes. Almost all replacements for Oral -B do. I did notice in the buyer info though, that this one will not fit the CrossAction power brush. I bought this as a replacement for a single head brush, so at first it felt to big for my mouth. But with use I got used to holding it at different angles to get the most from the dual action heads.

    You get twice the cleaning action with this two head power brush. It gets into tight places(practically like flossing), reaches the back teeth nicely, gives a great massaging action for your gums, and does a good job of removing plaque, leaving your mouth feeling totally refreshed. It will last a long time(I found nearly 3 months, brushing 2x a day). The thing is, with a power brush, you only need to hold it gently and guide it. If you use it like a regular toothbrush, and help it brush, or press too hard, it will not last as long. This one, as most Oral-B power brushes, indicates when it is time for a new brush(colors fade). The packaging has a picture showing you the difference of new and used. Also, just a small amount of your favorite toothpaste, goes along way.

    Buying them in this 3 pack is the most economical way to go. It's almost like getting one for free. My package also came with 4 different color rings that fit at the base of the handle where it connects to the charging base. These different colors are great for telling each brush apart from the others.

    Something to smile about....Laurie ... Read more


    19. Oral B EB18-3 Power Polisher Premium Power Refills (3 Refill Heads)
    by Oral B
    list price: $21.99
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002KHTG6
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 233
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    Features

    • The new soft rubber prophy center gently polishes teeth, while the same Interdental Tips found on Oral B FlexiSoft Brush Head cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline.
    • Indicator Bristles - Blue bristles fade halfway to signal the need for replacement.
    • Dentist recommend changing your toothbrush every 3 months.
    • Fits all Oral B Power Toothbrushes except CrossAction Power.

    20. Oral B 3742781 CrossAction Power Refills, Medium (2 Refills)
    by Oral B
    list price: $5.99
    our price: $4.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007DHH92
    Catlog: Health and Beauty
    Manufacturer: Oral B
    Sales Rank: 1269
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    Features

    • To mazimize performance, you should replace the brushhead every three months.
    • More cleaning action in every stroke
    • Rotating PowerHead loosens and whisks away plaque from surfaces, gumline, and back teeth
    • Multi-angled CrissCross bristles reach deep between teeth to lift out and sweep away plaque.
    • CrossAction Power handles are available in four colors: blue, green, pink and purple, providing color options in households where two or more brushes are used.

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