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What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

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What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

Hi Lidlers,

 

The Nevadent Electric Toothbrush, with 3 settings and a two-minute timer is only £12.99 at Lidl this week. See all the details here.

 

Have you used an electric toothbrush? What are your thoughts on them?

 

Best,

My Lidl Team
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Trusted Contributor

Re: What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

I switched to a Sonic Toothbrush a few years ago and they are so much better for your teeth and gums if used properly, so yes I am a fan. I currently have a Lidl Nevadent Sonic brush which I am very happy with and I always get good marks from my dentist at check up time.

Keeping your own teeth in good shape for as long as possible has many benefits for overall health.

Respected Contributor

Re: What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

I currently use a Colgate Omron c600 that I was invited to test a couple of years back. It is good (and the dentist was impressed with the state of my teeth), but seriously overpriced. Unsurprisingly, soon after my (and others) review, the price was lowered. Reading the comments and reviews regarding the Nevadent, I would be happy, when the time is right, to change to a sonic one. I might even have an electric so that any remaining head are able to be used and have one for my travel bag and one for home use.

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Re: What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

My dentist and hygienist have been much happier with my tooth cleaning regime and commented on the reduction of plaque on my teeth. 

 

The smaller head and rotation allows much more effective cleaning of the back teeth.

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Re: What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

Electric toothbrushes are great! Makes it so much easier to get a great clean with little effort. I’ve been trying to convert my partner to get one. He has braces and I found it easier to clean braces and teeth with this type of toothbrush. I think with brush heads there has to be different sizes though, my mum prefers the normal shaped toothbrushes but it’s difficult to get that with electric, where as I prefer the rounded brush heads.
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Re: What do you think of electric toothbrushes?

Hi I bought one of these back in April for my daughter and at the same time bought a pack of replacement heads, my doughter has now opened the head pack and they dont fit!!!!

 

How can this be? Is there anywhere I can purchase replacement heads?