“ Brand: Oral B / Type: Toothbrush / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types „
I should've just written a short opinion on this, as I just know I've hit rock bottom in terms of finding something to write about when I have to write about trivials. But hey someone's got to do it, and maybe all of us at some time. I refused to join the popular cheese debates though!...And I like, and want points. There comes a month (or longer than 4...*slap*) time in a persons life when their parents say "Son..." (unless you're a daughter, or a cross-dressing daughter - but let's stay on personal target) "it's time to change your tooth brush", and with those words of wisdom (not Reach) you acquire a new one to replace your old friend who slaved over removing the grime from your teeth and gums to keep your teeth healthy. And thus, I have acquired the Oral B Advantage Control grip - the exact same brush I had as before, and of the same dark navy colour, and in the medium compact 35 size. Now, I didn't look on dooyoo to search for recommended brushes (firstly because, on initial quick checking no one is as sad as me to have written a toothbrush op), and neither did I plan which brush I bought or cared, it just happened that my local pharmacy had the same popular brushes at the front of the toothbrush shelf and I thought "ahh, nice" and bought it. Anyway, I think I'll get to the point now. It's a good toothbrush, but I don't think anyone really complains about any of them? It has good firm bristles with a few of the top-middle bristles dyed light blue, which is part of the early warning system - i.e. when it fades out it's time to get a new brush. Great when you forget, but if you're tight and lazy an electronic chip that'd make it self destruct would be better - but that's expensive I assume. And maybe dangerous mid-brushing. I don't think dentists could deal with an epidemic of exploded jaws. Now, listen to the toothbrush guru,
for I'm talking waffle, possibly the first on here. Okay, and um: "Clinical research proves that a new toothbrush can remove 30% more plaque than one three months old" - 1997 clinical research. I just copied that from the packaging as I can't say it any other way. So kids, change your brush every season. Or subscribe to a lifetime's supply of sugar free gum. The bristles are micro-textured meaning, they're like, really good in cleaning and removing plaque from all sides of the teeth, thus being more efficient than other inferior brushes. I wholeheartedly suggest you buy this brush because it's good, yeah...but you won't listen, you'll still be buying brushes at random when you think/know it's time too. You ungreatful people, and look at the effort I put into this review...Jokes aside though, it's a good brush, averagely priced, a brand name, looks good, feels good, and is fancy - and is apparently 'the brand more dentists use themselves'. If this review is memorable enough, you'll buy it. I don't work for Oral B. If you want to find out more, and are bored, visit: www.oralb.com It's fun thinking to your brush 'you are the weakest link, goodbye' as you throw it away... Okay, I'm gone!