Electric Toothbrushes

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Electric Toothbrushes Oral-B Pro 3 3500 Smart Pressure Sensor

Oral-B Pro 3 3500 Smart Pressure Sensor

Electric Toothbrush, 3 Brush Modes, Rotating, Pressure Sensor, Charge Station, 2 Minute Timer



Oral-B Pro 2 2000N CrossAction
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Oral-B Pro 2 2000N CrossAction

Electric Toothbrush, Operating Time: 56min, 2 Brush Modes, Pulsating, Rotating, Oscillating, Ergonomic Design, Charge Station, Pressure Sensor, Waterproof, 2 Minute Timer


A highly effective electric toothbrush that features both the most necessary functions and a modest price



It’s recommended that electric toothbrushes should be held still against teeth and gums. No horizontal or circular movements should occur, as the brush is doing its job best without any help. You should also not press the brush too hard against your teeth and gums.

Most electric toothbrushes come with at least one extra brush head, and recommendations say to replace these roughly every third month. If you need new brush heads, they’re available at pharmacies, electronic stores, and even at well-stocked grocery stores.

An electric toothbrush can last for years - if you take good care of it. The engine and battery will, of course, wear out eventually, but you can expect the toothbrush to last for at least a couple of years. One of the most common issues is that the toothbrush’s battery stops charging. Another factor that can shorten the life of a toothbrush is the brush head’s bracket and actual brush. Make sure to take good care of your toothbrush, and it should last for several years.