Best Toothbrushes

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Best Toothbrush

Orabrush Tongue Cleaner
5.0 from 5 reviews

Latest review: Lot's of different designs on the market. But this one works very well with no messing around....unlike a lot of others. As simple as a toothbrush which makes a difference and time

2nd Best Toothbrush
Dental Pro Interdental Brush

Latest review: I happened to find them in chemists while travelling in Japan. A pack of 15 costs me about AUD4 and I am still using the first brush after 7 months! I wish I could go back to Japan and buy

3rd Best Toothbrush
Jordan Baby Toothbrush
5.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: This toothbrush was a big hit in our house. Our bub loved chewing on the handle and easy for her to hold. Made it very easy to introduce brushing as part of our

Colgate Slim Soft Charcoal
3.7 from 6 reviews

Latest review: After the first time I brushed my teeth with this brush, a few bristles came out in my mouth and my gums bleed more than before. I am not sure if that’s a good thing but the shape of the brush helps m

Piksters Interdental Brushes
2.0 from 28 reviews

Latest review: Poor. I was keen to have bamboo products but having tried several products in this range I will not buy again. Wire twists within seconds making it impossible to angle it correctly. Very frustrating

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Systema Gum Care Super Soft Toothbrush

Latest review: The compact head gets into tight spaces. The soft bristles are so gentle on the gums. I highly recommend this to anyone who are especially particular about their oral

Coles Pro Total Battery Toothbrush

Latest review: I didn't have a good experience with that toothbrush because I thought that the sensible bristle was soft but it's not. If you have a sensible teeth and gums save your money and don't buy

Colgate 360°
2.7 from 3 reviews

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

Jordan Green Clean Toothbrush

Latest review: I really like that this toothbrush is carbon neutral. I'm using the soft one and it's excellent so far. I always try and stock up when it goes on sale at

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

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

All Smiles Bamboo Toothbrush Medium 4 Pack

Latest review: Way too big and sides aren't tapered, so kept smashing into my gums. Having bought 4, I resorted to sanding them down. Never had this problem with a toothbrush