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Oral B Sensitive Refill Brush Heads x4 £9.47 @ superdrug . less than boots and amazon price
Oral B Sensitive Refill Brush Heads x4 £9.47 @ superdrug . less than boots and amazon price

Oral B Sensitive Refill Brush Heads x4 £9.47 @ superdrug . less than boots and amazon price

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Value pack: Cleaner teeth and healthier gums vs. a regular manual brush.

Compatible with rotating Oral-B toothbrushes.

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I purchased a trizone 4pack for £6 on ebay and the feedback from the seller was good so this might also be cheaper on ebay.

Not the cheapest I have seen.

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Wow, one can buy 5 toothbrushes for £1. Why are these brush heads so … Wow, one can buy 5 toothbrushes for £1. Why are these brush heads so expensive?Are electric toothbrushes significantly better?Seems not.http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/o/cochrane/clcentral/articles/088/CN-00983088/frame.htmlhttp://www.irishhealth.com/article.html?id=4568



Not quite as simple as that.....

The Cochrane report you linked to was from 2003 and has been repeated a couple of times since then.

The latest one in June 2014 said "Powered toothbrushes reduce plaque and gingivitis more than manual toothbrushing in the short and long term".onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi…act

So they are better but it depends what you mean by "significantly better".

In my own "not very clinical study" (where I use an electric toothbrush at home but a manual one when away with work or on holiday) my mouth "feels" cleaner after using the electric toothbrush. (I havent got round to publishing the paper yet).

I also had a conversation with my dentist about this subject and he said that in his experience patients who use electric have better dental hygeine. (but this could just mean that the patients he sees who go to the expense of buying an electric toothbrush may belong to a "group" who might brush more regularly than those who use a manual).

As they say theres lies, damn lies and statistics

At the end of the day you pays your money and takes your choice.
Edited by: "Tomb" 18th Aug 2016

not sure where to ask this question...where can i find £10 for 4 Pulsing toothbrush heads for the Pulsonic Oral B toothbrush? they're all £10 for 2 which is v expensive! thanks for any feedback, G
Edited by: "goldengirlz" 18th Aug 2016

goldengirlz

not sure where to ask this question...where can i find £10 for 4 Pulsing … not sure where to ask this question...where can i find £10 for 4 Pulsing toothbrush heads for the Pulsonic Oral B toothbrush? they're all £10 for 2 which is v expensive! thanks for any feedback, G


£11.39 for 4 at Amazon.

electric > manual, no question about it. Pure anecdotal, but my mouth also feels much cleaner using an electric. Teeth are looking sharper too.

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someone marked this deal as expired while the website says it is available until tuesday
bad mood or bitter ?

you can buy a lot cheaper if you are not bothered about paying a premium for a brand name, use the search function on hukd or click this link

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Edited by: "dappodan1" 18th Aug 2016

I see my dentist and hygienist every three months. Electric toothbrushes can and do make a huge difference to oral hygiene.

I also blag a couple of Oral B brushes from my dentist every time I see him - so it's well worth asking yours if he has any promotional brushes.
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