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Toothbrushes

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Piksters Interdental Brushes
Latest review: Been using piksters for years after having braces and recommend by my dentist. They clean between teeth good, I use a few times and wash just to save money because they can get expensive if using

Oral-B Pulsar Anti-Bacterial
Latest review: My dentist advised the Oral B Pulsar $10 vs high-powered rotating-head electric brushes. She showed me her (now unused) $300+ brush and said she reverted to the Oral B Pulsar due to its balance of

Orabrush Tongue Cleaner
Latest review: I've been using the Orabrush for well over 5 years now and I still love it. I use it daily and do not feel that my oral hygene regime is complete until I brush, floss and clean my tongue. My family

Philips Avent Bottle and nipple brush SCF145/06
Latest review: I love this brush because it is perfect for my Avent baby bottle. It cleans through the inside area of the bottle and has a perfect grip to handle. The other end of the handle can be used to clean

Dental Pro Interdental Brush
Latest review: Started using these a couple of years ago as advised by my Periodontist. They are so good and I now have the whole family using them. You would think cleaning your teeth would be enough but it's

Colgate Slim Soft Charcoal
Latest review: This toothbrush feels unpleasant on sensitive teeth! Although it's soft the material doesn't feel good on the teeth, painful. Also, it is hard to remove all the plaque. It feels like you have

Colgate 360°
Latest review: Always used Colgate soft toothbrush, but realised recently the soft toothbrush feels more like a medium strength! Why change a simple good toothbrush? The charcoal toothbrush is soft but doesn't

Oral-B All Rounder Fresh Clean
Latest review: After a week, I have to replace this brush with something else, as the 'soft' brush is very hard. It's hurting my gums and beginning to stir up sensitivities I thought had gone. It did give a good

Dr.Barman's Super Brush