- 1 Are toothbrush heads Universal?
- 2 Do Sonicare brush heads fit all models?
- 3 Can you use any Oral-B replacement heads?
- 4 Can you use Oral-B heads on Sonicare?
- 5 Is Round Head toothbrush better?
- 6 What shape toothbrush head is best?
- 7 Do generic Sonicare brush heads work?
- 8 When should I change my Sonicare brush head?
- 9 Does Sonicare have round brush heads?
- 10 Are Braun and Oral-B toothbrush heads interchangeable?
- 11 Is Braun and Oral-B the same?
- 12 How often should you change Oral-B brush Heads?
- 13 Do dentists recommend Oral-B or Sonicare?
- 14 Is Sonicare really better?
Are toothbrush heads Universal?
With the exception of Pulsonic models, all Oral B brush heads work with all Oral B toothbrushes so you can interchange different heads. This means you can build multiple heads into your cleaning routine, depending on the type of cleaning action you want.
Do Sonicare brush heads fit all models?
There are two types of brush heads: Snap/Click on and Twist/Screw on. The snap on or click on brush heads are compatible with most of our rechargeable Sonicare Toothbrush handles. These will fit all Philips Sonicare toothbrush handles except for the PowerUp Battery and Essence model.
Can you use any Oral-B replacement heads?
Oral-B offers a variety of replacement heads for your specific oral care needs. And since all of our brush heads fit all of our electric toothbrush handles (except Pulsonic), it’s easy to find the perfect fit for you. Browse below our entire line of Oral-B replacement brush heads.
Can you use Oral-B heads on Sonicare?
Manufacturers such as Oral-B and Philips Sonicare do not endorse the use of brush heads made by other companies. In fact, in the user manual, it often states that you should not use them. Here is the exact wording taken from an Oral-B user manual.
Is Round Head toothbrush better?
An oscillating toothbrush has a round brush head that quickly rotates in a circular motion to mimic proper brushing technique. Ultimately, though, both types are going to be an improvement over a manual toothbrush, so it’s up to you to decide which type you prefer.
What shape toothbrush head is best?
Head shape Conventionally shaped toothbrush heads are rounded or squared off. Diamond-shaped toothbrushes tend to be better at reaching the back and sides of your molars.
Do generic Sonicare brush heads work?
Although the generic brush heads will get the job done, the bristles in the ones we tested felt stiffer (and a bit prickly, even) compared with the brand-name ones. The ADA recommends using a brush with soft bristles, as firmer brushes are harsher on gums and can lead to wear and tear and even gum recession.
When should I change my Sonicare brush head?
It is recommended to replace your Philips Sonicare Brush Head every three months of normal use (brushing twice a day) or when the blue indicator bristles wear out. One reason is because brush heads can get weary and will be less effective in removing plague.
Does Sonicare have round brush heads?
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Are Braun and Oral-B toothbrush heads interchangeable?
Are Oral-B brush heads interchangeable? One of the fantastic things about Oral-B brush heads is that they are fully interchangeable*. This means that if you have any of the Oral-B electric toothbrushes, you can use any of the brush heads explained here.
Is Braun and Oral-B the same?
Oral-B became part of the Gillette group in 1984. Braun, also part of the Gillette group at that time, started to use the Oral-B brand for electric toothbrushes. Oral-B has been part of the Procter & Gamble company since 2006.
How often should you change Oral-B brush Heads?
Replace your Oral-B® Electric Toothbrush brush head every three months, or when the blue Indicator® bristles fade halfway to white, or earlier if you notice fraying.
Do dentists recommend Oral-B or Sonicare?
For the most part, though, the dentists we spoke with still recommend classics like Philips Sonicare and Oral-B because of the years of scientific research behind them. That’s not to say the shiny new toothbrush you bought from an Instagram ad won’t clean your teeth.
Is Sonicare really better?
In a six-month study that compared the effectiveness of Sonicare sonic toothbrushes and Oral-B electric toothbrushes in improving oral health in adult periodontitis patients, users of both toothbrush types saw improvements in their overall oral health, but the sonic toothbrush proved significantly more successful at