“ Aims to clean deeply and better than a manual toothbrush. Kit includes two oral care appliances - a plaque remover and a jet tooth cleaner „
Have you ever brushed your teeth and yet they don't feel clean? Well, I have until about 2 years ago.I decided I wanted to try an Electric Toothbrush.I wasn't sure which one was the best, so I asked around.Almost everyone I talked to suggested this one. I have been very satisfied with the results that me and my family have gotten.My teeth look and feel so much cleaner since I have been using this Electric Toothbrush.I've also noticed the difference it has made in my nine year old girl's teeth.They use to be kind of yellowish, but it seems to have remove a lot of it. I have the Oral-B Plaque Remover and the Oxjet Oral Irrigator. The two combined makes your teeth feel and look so much healthier!It also greatly reduces the bleeding and bacteria associated with gingivitis.It's designed to penetrate just below the gumline to help fight gingivitis. It has an ultra speed oscillating brushing motion that removes even heavy plaque build-up and stain.You know that's a must, especially if you're a heavy coffee drinker and smoke.The unique cup shaped brushhead surrounds each tooth with gentle, end rounded bristles.It reaches areas that manual toothbrushes can't reach. If you are ready to try a electric toothbrush and get great results. I suggest you trying this one first.
This 'centre' incorporates a Braun Uktra Plaque remover - enthusiastically reviewed elsewhere and an impressive improvement on their previous model - great mouth feel after use. There is also a Braun Oral-B Oxyjet. The Oxyjet has a tank for water,plus mouthwash if you wish, and a jet tool which has variable pressure and can operate as a fine jet or a rotating stream - cone shaped - of water and micro air bubbles which are said to reduce bacteria and bleeding due to gingevitis. I think that the whole setup is a splendid product and the best that they have produced to date for a clean mouth. My old dentist was very enthusiastic about water jets but my new one is a bit iffy and thinks that they are OK probably as long as you floss as well. I used to get quite a lot of bleeding due to gingevitis but then used the waterpic with 10 ml of'Corsodyl mouthwash' in the water and it stopped completely. The jet gets the stuff down below the gumline. A special offer at Boots tempted me to buy it was down to £80 and then I got Advantage points as well. Minor gripes is the design which used to be a Braun hallmark. Their first centre looked great and the second ones OK but this one seems to have lost elegance. There is a button on the front printed 'air filter' which dosn't do anything. The waterjet on/off is on the base rather then the handset and the switch for the jet to go from fine jet to cone is by the nossel and quite an unattractive solution.