Oral-B Charcoal Whitening Therapy Toothbrush, Soft, 2 Count
Power Tip Bristles Are Extra Long To Help Clean Hard To Reach Places, Whitens Teeth By Removing Surface Stains, Outer Angled Bristles Gently Massage Your Gums And Help Clean Along The Gum Line, T
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Oral-B Charcoal Whitening Therapy Toothbrush, Soft, 2 Count
BestViewsReviews analyzed 35,535 reviews for 52 products in the Manual Toothbrushes category.
We analyzed a total of 160 reviews for this product out of which, 126 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 83% reviews were positive while around 15% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Oral-B Charcoal Whitening Therapy Toothbrush, Soft, 2 Count
This product received a total score of 8.91 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
I really liked the shape and size of the head, and the soft bristles, but I ended up charging like my teeth are whitener after a week of use.
I bought this as a gift for my family at Christmas and I think it improved the whiteness and cleaner of my teeth after using it a few times.
This tooth brush is the best I have ever used. Its rounded at the end and it fits perfectly behind my teeth.
I didn't know that these are soft bristles, but they are really good, and you can't beat them for the price.
I wish that was in the description because it was misleading, but they are very soft and clean, and my husband will have to deal with the dark purple toothbrush for the next 3 months.
Question & Answers
Does this remove the enamel from your teeth?
Every single one of our Oral-B toothbrushes is tested to be safe when used as directed, and we take the oral health and safety of our consumers very seriously.
Where does the charcoal come from?
It strips the enamel off your teeth, so don't bother.
When left unlabeled, the soft bristle was noticed in between sizes.
I would consider it full head.
Does this strip enamel?
The toothbrush is very gentle and never stripped mine.
How many times a year should a toothbrush be replaced?
You should replace your toothbrush or brush head every 3 months.