Opti-Clean by Conair Cordless Rechargeable Power Plaque Remover
- Cordless toothbrush excellent for plaque removal
- Oscillating head with 3 types of bristles
- Cleans between teeth and under gum line
- Recharges on compact storage base
- Includes 2 color-coded brush heads
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Top Customer Reviews
Conair Interplak (9 months. Bought at Target)
I now use...
Oral-B Vitality Precision Clean (2 months and counting. Bought on Amazon).
1) Batteries: Both are rechargeable (no need to fuss with buying and replacing batteries). Interplak recommends you run the batteries down every 6 months and then do a full recharge before use again. Oral-B encourages you to keep the toothbrush on the charger all the time, as they claim "there is no such thing as over-charging". Interplak has a light that turns on to let you know it's charging, Oral-B does not. Interplak's charger is bulkier, but that's only because it has two ports for you to stick extra/replacement brushes on.
2) Power: Interplak has decent power, but Oral-B is definitely more powerful, and very feisty.
3) Replacement Brushes: To get the best cleaning quality from your electric toothbrush, you should replace the heads around every 3 months. Oral-B brush heads are a bit smaller, which is better for navigating around your mouth and "precision cleaning". Department stores are more likely to carry Oral-B replacements, but both are readily available online, and they go for around $5 to $10, depending.
4) Function and use: Dentists recommend at least two minutes of brush time. Oral-B has a two-minute timer, signaled NOT by sound (like I thought), but by short, intermittent bursts, to let you know two minutes are up. This feature is on all the time and cannot be disabled. Interplak does not have this feature. Oral-B has a simple on/off toggle button. Interplak has two buttons - one for on, one for off.
Personally, I recommend Oral-B over Conair. It was like, NOW I feel like my teeth are clean! Happy shopping~
Put toothpaste on it put it IN your mouth, against your teeth, and then turn it on.
I have for many years had a little gum recession on one or two teeth. I stopped using Colgate Total for possible health reasons and surprisingly noticed an increase. Something more than up and down back and forth business as usual brushing was needed.
I am happy with this electric dental appliance. It may be a teensiest tad underpowered but does seem to do what it is supposed to do quite well. As to whether it will help solve my gum problem time will tell.
PRO's: softer rotation & gentle- perfect if you have braces, like me.
CON's: softer rotation & gentle- it doesn't get tartar & plaque very well. I had to go back over my teeth/braces w/a regular toothbrush.
PRO's: the red-light indicator show's it's being charged
CON's: the red-light always stays on- you never know if it's fully charged, or still charging.
PRO's: 1 speed makes it 'idiot-proof'- you just turn it on
CON's: because the bristles are so soft- you'd need a faster speed to help dislodge the tartar/plaque.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works good for every day. A tad wobbly on the base, not a solid fit.Published 3 days ago by Anne Ducks
These work great. Have had mine for almost 2 years. Cleans well. Bought 2. Very inexpensive.Published 1 month ago by Yin & Yang
Wanted to like this but unless you have a large mouth don't bother. Lol. The head of the brush is thick and wide making it difficult to use. I'm going to use it to clean my grout! Read morePublished 1 month ago by LYN