Are all Oral-B toothbrushes the same power?

Are all Oral-B toothbrushes the same power?

Our Oral-B 1000 models are an excellent choice and they are all actually the same unit in terms of power and technicality. The difference between them is the brush head which comes in the box (eg. CrossAction 1000 will have a CrossAction toothbrush head), and the color of the toothbrush handle.

Do Oral-B toothbrush heads fit all models?

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.

How do I know what Oral-B toothbrush I have?

It is a 4-digit number which can be found on the underside of your toothbrush and is highlighted by the red arrows below. The Type Number should also be listed on the user manual for your toothbrush.

Are all Oral-B toothbrushes the same size?

Full Size. A compact toothbrush head is smaller than a full-size and has fewer bristles. Some people, especially those with small mouths, find compact heads easier to use. But other people simply prefer a full-size brush head, so you may want to try both and choose the one that works best for you.

What is the difference with the Oral-B brushes?

The Pro 1000 is a good electric toothbrush, but the Smart 1500 is the more capable brush and the one better suited to new or experienced electric toothbrush users. The most notable differences and benefits are the battery life and pressure sensor of the Smart 1500.

Are toothbrush heads interchangeable?

All of the Oral-B brush heads will fit to and work with any of the current and many older Oral-B electric toothbrushes. They are designed to be interchangeable*. All brush heads work on any Oral-B brush handle and cleaning mode.

What are the different models of Oral-B toothbrushes?

The Oral-B electric toothbrush line – All current models. – iO Series 9, 8, 7, & 6, Genius X, Genius 9600, Genius 8000, Genius 6000, Smart 7000, Smart 3000, Smart 1500, Pro 5000, Pro 1000, and Pro 500 | Prices | Feature comparisons.

What does the number on toothbrushes mean?

This represents the bristle count. People tend to choose a toothbrush that is large thinking you can get the job done faster, but that actually counters good dental heal practices.

How often should you replace Oral-B toothbrush heads?

approximately every three to four months
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you replace your toothbrush head approximately every three to four months (around 90 days) to prevent bacteria from building up on the bristles.

What is the difference between Oral-B 360 and 1500?

Whilst Oral-B and retailers themselves do not specifically state this, the Smart Clean 360 brush handles are identical to the Oral-B Smart 1500. They have the same design, cleaning modes and features as the Smart 1500.

What size is an adult toothbrush?

The average size of an adult toothbrush head is about a half inch wide and one inch tall. Tip: Check to make sure to choose your toothbrush handle is also the right size – it should feel comfortable in your hand. When it comes to choosing a toothbrush, you have to consider the bristles!

Which toothbrush head shape is best?

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.

Why are electric toothbrush heads so small?

Keep in mind that one of the benefits of the smaller head size on an electric toothbrush is that it is better able to clean each tooth individually and get to the hard-to-reach places of your mouth. Many different styles of brush heads are available, from polishing brush heads to brush heads for sensitive teeth.

What is the difference between Oral-B Pro and Oral-B Smart?

The Smart 1500 has 3 cleaning modes (daily clean, sensitive & whitening) compared to the 2 cleaning modes (daily clean & sensitive) of the Pro 1500. The Pro 1500 has a more powerful motor (9,900 oscillations & 45,000 pulsations) compared to the Smart 1500 (8,800 oscillations & 40,000 pulsations).

How do I choose an Oral-B electric toothbrush?

How to choose an electric toothbrush really comes down to one factor: likability. The best toothbrush for you is the one you’re most likely to use. If you like your toothbrush, you’re more likely to brush for the full, recommended time of two minutes and clean all the tooth surfaces as dental professionals recommend.