Oral-B Advance Power 400 Reviews
Product Type: Braun electric toothbrushes
Description:Manufacturer: Braun / Type: toothbrush / Power up to a better clean with the Interdental tip bristles: The unique elongated bristles on the outer edge help penetrate deep between teeth and along the gum line. Your teeth and gums will feel pampered because ... more
Oral-B Advance Power 400 ... you're removing more plaque than an ordinary manual toothbrush each time you brush. It is the unique oscillating brushhead technology coupled with patented Interdental Tip bristles that help you penetrate even hard-to-reach areas.
Newest Review: ... operate it, I figured it was not that big an outlay to give it a try. I see on amazon looking today, they are between ... more
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Customer Oral-B Advance Power 400 Reviews (5)
by - written on 08/04/09 (Very useful, 372 readings)
Since I am now using my second Braun Oral B Advance Power I thought it was about time I told you about it! I originally purchased the first one because I have uneven bottom teeth and they never looked quite clean no matter how thoroughly I brushed them and, since beginning to drink red wine rather than white, the rest of my teeth began to look a bit jaded too! I had been meaning to get an electric toothbrush for some time and when I received £20 worth of Boots vouchers for a birthday present I decided that the time had come to invest in an electric toothbrush. I remember that my first reaction was to be surprised at the huge range of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/12 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I've been wanting to upgrade from a manual to an electric toothbrush for quite a while. My teeth have suffered for a few years thanks to two pregnancies within a couple of years. I believe the saying is have a baby lose a tooth. Between my morning sickness and my sweet food cravings, I ended up having a tooth pulled, and my teeth have been vulnerable ever since. The main thing putting me off swapping was cost. I would walk past toothbrushes in boots or browse on amazon, and think 'how much?' and then remember the kids needed new shoes or something. My son actually prodded me into buying this toothbrush, one each for me and my husband. We were shopping in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I like to take care of my appearance and I think the two main things everyone should take care of are teeth and hair. They are the two things I notice when I first meet someone. Now I would love to have gorgeous white teeth like the all the celebrities do (think Simon Cowell) but unfortunetely until I have thousands of pounds to spend on veneers I'll have to settle for my electric toothbrush. When it comes to buying electric toothbrushes there are so many different ones to choose from, surely they only do the same thing. You can literally spend hundreds of pounds on them. The Braun Oral-B Advance is one of the cheapest available, I got mine from Morrisons ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/09 (Very useful, 218 readings)
When my husband's electric toothbrush stopped working I thought I'd get him a cheaper one to use till we're a bit more flush and can upgrade to a replacement of his current one. Unfortunately, it appears that with electric toothbrushes you get what you pay for. I purchased this Braun model for £15 from Boots, it looked very similar to his old Braun and after taking out of the packaging (why is that plastic packaging so hard to get into?) I was quite pleased. It's not quite as heavy as his old one but perfectly acceptable for the money, it has slightly rubbery parts to the handle which help to grip the brush. The brush is about the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Electric toothbrushes?! They're for lazy people! That's what I thought until my first cavity. I have always had very good teeth, and keep them in very good condition. Unfortunately, a few years ago I visited my dentist who told me that I needed a filling. How was this possible? I've always been very careful with my teeth, and I don't have a sweet tooth! Anyway, following the filling, I asked my dentist about how this could have been prevented. She told me that whilst a normal toothbrush does the job, an electric toothbrush will do a much better job. Combine this with regular flossing, and I should be OK. I was a bit put off (and I couldn't ... Read the complete review
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