Braun Oral-B EB18-4 3D White Replacement Rechargeable Toothbrush Heads 4-Pack £7 Amazon UK - HotUKDeals
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#1
The floss action seem to get better reviews at the same price (and discount)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Oral-B-EB25-4-Replacement-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B003U9V7PK/ref=pd_sim_d_1

EDIT : Oh - I see you did 2 separate posts - the other with these.

Still think on balance the 8 for £10.52 on the Precision is worth considering

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/braun-oral-b-eb20-8-precision-clean/823693

Edited By: Searcher2 on Dec 13, 2010 23:13
1 Like #2
Careful on the use of either these [previously known as Pro Bright] so called 3D White brusheads or the Floss Action ones as both can be quite abrasive in prolonged useage.

These should be used on a 'polish' mode, if you have it on your particular handle. From memory, it will vary the speed rather than being constant.

At most, I would recommend used only say one week in every four. Stick with the 'normal' Precision Clean' type otherwise.

Should have said, excellent price :)

Edited By: Faythur on Dec 14, 2010 02:54
1 Like #3
Faythur
Careful on the use of either these [previously known as Pro Bright] so called 3D White brusheads or the Floss Action ones as both can be quite abrasive in prolonged useage.

These should be used on a 'polish' mode, if you have it on your particular handle. From memory, it will vary the speed rather than being constant.

I've found the flossing brush heads quite gentle. Its the toothpaste rather than the brush head you need to look out for. The 'whitening' toothpastes can be abrasive and shouldn't be used with an electric toothbrush.
1 Like #4
Same here, no problem with either the Floss Action or Pro Bright.
#5
Nobby99
Faythur
Careful on the use of either these [previously known as Pro Bright] so called 3D White brusheads or the Floss Action ones as both can be quite abrasive in prolonged useage.

These should be used on a 'polish' mode, if you have it on your particular handle. From memory, it will vary the speed rather than being constant.

I've found the flossing brush heads quite gentle. Its the toothpaste rather than the brush head you need to look out for. The 'whitening' toothpastes can be abrasive and shouldn't be used with an electric toothbrush.


Is this fact?

I use this with sensodyne whitening toothpaste
#6
which are the best heads to get?
#7
Loso
Nobby99
Faythur
Careful on the use of either these [previously known as Pro Bright] so called 3D White brusheads or the Floss Action ones as both can be quite abrasive in prolonged useage.

These should be used on a 'polish' mode, if you have it on your particular handle. From memory, it will vary the speed rather than being constant.

I've found the flossing brush heads quite gentle. Its the toothpaste rather than the brush head you need to look out for. The 'whitening' toothpastes can be abrasive and shouldn't be used with an electric toothbrush.


Is this fact?

I use this with sensodyne whitening toothpaste


From Bupa site:-
Whitening toothpastes can be abrasive and so some dentists advise you to use them only with manual toothbrushes and not electric ones.
http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/tooth_care_products.html

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