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Oral-B Floss Action Replacement Electric Toothbrush Head 3 Count
- The Floss Action toothbrush head provides a floss-like clean* *on a Oral-B Pro 2000 or higher, does not replace flossing
- Unique floss action bristles loosen plaque in between teeth
- Round brush head is inspired by dental professional tools for a tooth-by-tooth clean, with specially engineered bristles for optimal tooth coverage
- #1 Dentist Used Toothbrush Brand, Worldwide - Oral-B (data on file)
- Compatible with the entire lineup of Oral-B rechargeable handles, except for Oral-B sonic toothbrushes
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Size: 3 Count
DO NOT USE ON CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 3. Replace brush head every 3 months or sooner if brush head becomes worn or damaged.
Read and follow product labels for more information. Does not fit Pulsonic, 3D White Battery, Complete Battery, or Pro-Health Battery.
Dentists recommend changing your brushheads every three months. 3 refills per pack. Smart technology...brilliant results. MicroPulse Bristles for a floss-like clean. For Oral-B ProfessionalCare/Oral-B AdvancePower. Does not fit Oral-B Sonic Complete or CrossAction Power Toothbrushes. Smart Technology features available only when used with Oral-B Triumph ProfessionalCare 9000 series toothbrush.
Top Customer Reviews
They work well. They deliver that nice, absolutely clean feeling that we all love and expect from our Oral-B's. In this regard, they are at least the equivalent of the Flexisofts, and they may even be slightly superior.
Braun embeds 4 little rubber "paddles" into the brush head to, according to them, get between the teeth giving the same benefit as Dental Floss. I can not detect any "flossing" from the brush, but that would be difficult to assess. It may be that the "paddles" do get between teeth more effectively than the regular bristles, but only your dentist would be able to tell. They cause no discomfort. The brushing feels slightly different, but not unpleasant.
The chief drawback, as far as I am concerned, is that the brush head has been enlarged to accommodate the flossers. Rather than being circular, like the regular heads, it is an oval. The width is the same, but the height is about half again as large. I think that one of the Oral-B's great strengths is that the small heads can be maneuvered in such a way that you can clean every surface of every tooth. That is slightly (but only slightly) compromised here because of the larger size.
When I need to replace these, I will look for the regular Oral-B Flexisoft replacement heads. In my opinion, those are the best. But if I can't find them, I would not hesitate to buy these again.Read more ›
- Had the right packaging, but it printing was blurry on the back. It's hard to tell from the picture, but the text and graphics were noticeably fuzzy.
- The logo did not scratch-off and there was an engraved serial number
- The package only had 1 ring
- Bristles were noticeably sloppy, particularly when compared to the real thing
- There was blue dye leaking onto the yellow piece
Overall, these fakes were slightly better than some of the previous fakes people posted, but still fake nonetheless.
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Although initially skeptical, after cleaning my teeth again today, my hygienist agreed that my teeth have recently become roughened on the surface in a way they never were for all the past years she has cleaned them. This occurrence was precisely during the period when I used these new floss action brush heads.
Apparently the little plastic whips built into these brush heads actually change the experience from a soft brushing experience to a hard one, and in my case seem to have done permanent damage. Hence I would caution others to be very careful about using these - indeed I would warn the average person to completely stay away from them.
Update april 2014: With the chemical damage to my teeth from acids in the mouth apparently accelerated by the loss of enamel, today my dentist showed me current photographs of my teeth compared to 4 years ago, before using these floss action bristles. The damage is so extreme she asked if she could use them as a case study for other dentists. The only thing comparable she has seen is in children born with a defect preventing formation of enamel. The only adequate remedy now is extensive, and very expensive, cosmetic dentistry. If you are using these, at a minimum I advise having your dentist monitor your tooth enamel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My dentist liked the improved efficiency of my brushing when I switched to the Oral-B with the floss action heads. Doesn't take the hygienist as long to clean my teeth.Published 20 hours ago by spike
I bought the genuine OB Floss Action and the generic equivalent. To my experience, the Oral B has more cleaning effectiveness in the vertical plane (Z axis) where presumably the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by P. T. Waite
Love my Oral B! Before I got it I had been getting a cavity or two each year using just a standard brush and floss. over 10 years later using this and I've had zero since. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Shawn McCurdy
The generic heads just don't compare to these! These heads leave your teeth feeling very fresh and clean! Don't bother with any other brand!Published 3 days ago by Clay