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Specially designed for gentle, superior cleaning*. Features extra soft bristles for sensitive gums. *vs. a regular manual toothbrush.
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Choosing the right toothbrush can make a difference for the health of your whole mouth. That’s why Oral-B, a worldwide leader in toothbrushes, offers a variety of electric toothbrush heads to fit your specific needs. So make the right choice and choose Oral-B, the #1 dentist recommended and used toothbrush brand, worldwide (data on file).
The Sensitive replacement toothbrush head is designed with extra soft bristles for cleaning on and around sensitive and inflamed areas. In fact, its gentle bristles still provide a superior cleaning for sensitive teeth and gums vs. a regular manual toothbrush.
*vs. a regular manual toothbrush
The Sensitive toothbrush head features gentle bristles, ideal for cleaning around sensitive and inflamed areas. It provides a superior clean than a regular manual toothbrush and is designed for those seeking a gentle, yet effective, brushing experience. The Sensitive head works with unique Oral-B technology that oscillates, rotates and pulsates, allowing the bristles to surround each tooth for an amazing, tooth-by-tooth clean.
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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Q: How often should I replace my toothbrush head?
A: Dental professionals recommend replacing your toothbrush every 3-4 months, or earlier, if the bristles become spread out or frayed. When bristles are worn out, cleaning effectiveness decreases.
Q: What’s the difference between Sensitive and other Oral-B electric toothbrush heads?
A: Each Oral-B electric toothbrush head focuses on a slightly different type of cleaning. Sensitive offers gentle, yet effective, cleaning. ProWhite features a dentist-inspired polishing cup to remove surface stains. The Floss Action brush head has MicroPulse bristles that penetrate deep between teeth to sweep away plaque for a floss-like clean (does not replace flossing). Deep Sweep bristles sweep side to side to power away plaque and allows you to brush as you would with a manual toothbrush. Precision Clean is specially designed for precision cleaning and more plaque removal along the gumline than a regular manual toothbrush. Power Tip cleans between teeth, as well as around bridges, crowns and implants. The Dual Clean features one brush head that rotates and another that moves side-to-side. Ortho is designed to safely clean around braces.
Q: What brush handles are compatible with the Sensitive brush head?
A: The Sensitive replacement brush head works with Oral-B Triumph, Oral-B SmartSeries, Oral-B PRO, Oral-B Vitality (except for Vitality Sonic) and Oral-B Pro-Health Power.
These replacement brushes are great for sensitive gums when brushing your teeth.Published 14 hours ago by j
Nice replacements. They fit my unit and work perfectly. Can't beat the price!Published 1 day ago by Robin Pace
Can not find the sensitive replacement heads locally anymore. My gums wont tolerate the regular. So was glad to find and receive the sensitive head in a very timely manner at a... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sarah K. Gray
The sensitive replacement brushes seem to be a little bit gentler on my teeth and gums than the regular replacement brushes, but they are a little more expensive than I'd like. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ethan Rappaport
Super soft replacement heads. Good for sensitive teeth and gums.Published 5 days ago by Sharon Lesage
Great brush heads for sensitive teeth. Still get a nice clean feeling with thesePublished 7 days ago by Amber