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Oral B Interspace
I was first recommended this toothbrush by the dentist. I still have some wisdom teeth right at the back of my mouth that are slightly out of place. A normal sized toothbrush doesn't quite reach right up the back of the mouth, so this little brush is a much better size and does a slightly better job.
It is a thin small headed brush, with graduated bristles that eventually form a tip in the centre. I find the shaped sharp tip quite useful as it helps to reach in between the small spaces. However, being so small, I do also find it less effective in some way, the brustles seem quite soft, so at times I do feel as if the brush isn't brush as effectively as it could.
As a new brush, the texture of the bristles just about do the job, however, ifyou've been using the brush for a long time, I find that over the time the bristles get even softer, and it fays much quickly than a normal toothbrush, so I would still recommend changing it regularly.
I really like the fact that it has a very small slim long handle that helps me reach the back, although the handle is quite thin, the brush is still very easy to manipulate and handle.
The brush however, is pretty expensive, probably costing twice as much as the average toothbrush. The dentists supply this, but this is also available in some good chemist shops such as Boots - but at £2.99. The brush is very useful and handy if you need to be using it, but the costs can mount up especially if you need to keep changing the brush frequently. It is also worth checking the prices at the dentists' too although I haven't been getting mine from there.
Very handy and useful if you need to be using it.
Thanks for reading.