Oral-B Ultra Plaque Remover Reviews
Product Type: Braun electric toothbrushes
Newest Review: ... the long narrow point on the top of the rechargeable handle. Next you attach this completed object to the charger which has a ... more
Customer Oral-B Ultra Plaque Remover Reviews (36)
by - written on 05/10/02, updated on 05/10/02 (Very useful, 1104 readings)
As I have mentioned previously, I am not a big fan of the dentist. I know going there is supposed to be good for me, but he scares me. Or rather all those big, shiny metal pointy hurty instruments do. I am only surprised that I haven't left my fingernails in the arms of his treatment chair before now! And hands up anybody who enjoys having plaque forcibly removed from their teeth by something the size of Excalibur? No, me neither. So, in partnership with my trusty Dentyl ph mouthwash (see earlier op if you can be bothered), I have recruited a Braun Oral B plaque remover (that's an electric toothbrush to you and me) into my arsenal. Mwah ha ha! :-) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/02, updated on 22/01/02 (Very useful, 4996 readings)
My dentist had recently made a recommendation to me that I should invest in an electric toothbrush, stating that they were, in fact, much more efficient at removing plaque than brushing manually. This I trusted, but I had had an electric toothbrush before. Many moons ago I was lucky enough to have one of the first generation electric toothbrushes (by coincidence this was also a Braun). It was a top of the range model at the time, (they were silly money then), not dissimilar in concept to this very latest Oral-B model. It was a very clumsy, bulky and fairly heavy affair (by today's standards). Overpowered too, with a straight brush head it really ate into the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Background For the majority of my life I had no problem using a manual brush; however for Christmas my mother decided to purchase an electric toothbrush for both me and my brother (I am assuming that this was because Boots quite regularly does either a buy one get one free or buy one get one half price deal on these close to Christmas or the holidays). Packaging Standard tough plastic vacuumed style package which includes the electric battery handle part of the toothbrush, 2 toothbrush heads and a charger. The tops are colour coordinated with the main rechargeable battery part. How it works To assemble ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/01, updated on 31/01/01 (Very useful, 465 readings)
I’m very surprised to find myself doing an opinion about an electric toothbrush because up until recently I had never had any thoughts of getting one. A combination of my brother getting one and being enthusiastic about it and a couple of very favourable Dooyoo reviews (the power of Dooyoo) made me consider it. So while out in town at the weekend I decided to visit Boots to check out their range of brushes. Not looking to spend a fortune, I started at the lower end of the market which was a Braun Plaque Remover which had a £10 reduction on it bringing it down to about £25. It looked OK and the box said it was recommended by more UK dentists than all other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/00, updated on 15/09/00 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have been using this product every day for three years, ever sice I received one as a wedding present. I think this is one of those luxury items that you would probably never buy yourself, so if you do happen to be getting married soon, I would certainly ask for one of these whizzo new inventions. Every time I go to the dentist, I also have to visit the oral hygienist, and she noticed the difference as soon as I had started using it. My uncle, who purchased it for me, owns his own chemist shop, so knows about various health matters, and highly recommended it. Basically, there's none of this frantic up and down or side to side brushing, you just ... Read the complete review
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