Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Oral-B

I was recently given the chance to try the Oral-B Professional Precision 1000 toothbrush. I was using the Sonicare Flexcare toothbrush, which I liked but was having some issues with. It seems I am always trying things to make my teeth feel more "healthy". I put up my Sonicare and after the Oral-B was charged I gave it a whirl. My first reaction: "WOW!" The power of this toothbrush was amazing!! And yet it wasn't so powerful that it hurt. I could really feel the bristles getting a good, deep clean. I had noticed with my Sonicare, if I appiled the tinniest bit of pressure to my teeth when brushing the head would stop working all together. Not the case with the Oral-B! Even when applying moderate pressure (just to test it out more), the head kept spinning and was still gentle! After brushing, I could really feel the difference in my teeth. They haven't feel so smooth and clean in a very long time!! Even when running my tongue across my teeth I could feel how smooth they were. I've also noticed my teeth (and whole mouth, for that matter!) feel clean and healthy alot longer during the day, and when I wake in the mornings my mouth doesn't have that nasty, icky feeling it sometimes gets when I wake up.

After using the Oral-B for a few weeks I can honestly say my teeth have never felt so healthy!  I love how powerful it is, and yet gentle on my teeth and gums. I also love how the clean feeling lasts so much longer than it did with my old brush. I am now an Oral-B brush user for life!

To find out more about the Oral-B Professional Precision 1000, you can visit there website here. You can also visit the Twitter and Facebook pages out as well. Also, Oral-B is offering a $20 mail-in rebate on select power toothbrushes July 1 through September 30, 2012. Just visit their site for more information.

•Blog Post Disclosure: “I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Modern Mom on behalf of Oral-B and received a product sample to facilitate my review. All info shared was my personal, and honest, opinion.” 



 


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