This Product Works - No Problem with Original Head
This may help P&G R&D and QA/QC. I have had no problems with using and removing the original Dual Clean head for cleaning. This is the head that came with the Oral-B Pro-Health Battery Operated Toothbrush. I use this head almost daily between the Pro-Health and the older electronic 3D Excel toothbrushes. I am though having trouble locating this replacement head in retail stores which is why I came to this site.
March 22, 2013
I'll Never Go Back To A Regular Toothbrush
I love my Oral B electric toothbrush, I've been using mine for four years, my teeth are cleaner, whiter, its good for your gums, and for geting to the hard to reach areas. Your teeth and mouth feel super clean. I have had excellant dental checkups as a result of using my Electric Toothbrush. When I have my orthodontist visits, they are amazed at how clean my teeth are around my braces. I could never go back to a traditional toothbrush, I actually feel quilty for taking the free toothbrush from the Dentist, because I know I won't be using it.
February 25, 2013
I have read all the other reviews and it's like if you are that dissatisfied with the products either return or if you have read the box correctly there is a 2yr. warrenty.I Love the toothbrushes/replacements heads.So all-n-all I purchased about 6 brushes for my friends and family,sure are they pricey but I want my teeth. Everbody splurge's!!So here's a hint for next time you need to buy a brush; watch for the toothbrush/parts to go on sale and throw a few coupons on top of that and then mail-n-rebate......Your Golden
December 16, 2012
My favorite toothbrush
Overall, I like everything about this toothbrush except for two things
1 - the handle turns black if I leave it on the shelf in the shower.
2 - the price is a little high
I've tried other brands but always come back to the Oral B
There was a tip with a long brush that helped clean under bridges and between teeth but it was pulled from the market before i could buy one.
Other reviewers state that it's hard to change the head but I've never had this problem. Maybe they didn't realize a tool comes with the replacement.
I've had no build-up of toothpaste because I rinse it thoroughly after using it.
September 6, 2012
None of these have ever lasted more then a week. The bottom half of the brush comes loose. It glued on with some really cheap glue. I guess its intentional so you have use buy a new one every week. It might last you longer if you don't brush 3 or 5 times a day.
July 25, 2012
Good Brush Head
I have used this brush head for 7 years, After searching for a new electric brush I read reviews of this head and believe they are unfair. Is the product pricey i believe it is, however in regards to the quality, I have never had a brush head break, or get "gunked" up. If taken care of properly they will not break. They are also easy to remove. You are supposed to clean a toothbrush when done so i don't see why this would be any different. If used properly there is no hassle and the brush head works as intended. So for anybody looking to replace a brush head, i believe this is a good replacement. The other thing i like is the larger brushing area.
July 23, 2012
There are several things wrong with the Oral-B Dual Clean Replacement Head. 1) The first, and most significant, is cost. It's like when the printer you're using is not that expensive, but the cartridges cost a lot. Oral B should not charge so much (and yes, since you're the manufacturer you set the price). 2) If you make an expensive product, you at least need to make it last. I try to make the heads last as long as possible, but the bottom section ALWAYS falls off, making me go get more. The bottom section SHOULD NOT fall off. Out of 6 replacement heads, 4 of the bottoms have fallen off. 3) Gunks up where you can't reach it to clean it.
April 17, 2012
Cannot replace heads
I have two of these brushes. Could not replace the head on my first one so I just went out and bought a 2nd one thinking that it was perhaps I'd have better luck with my 2nd one. It is now time to replace the head on my 2nd one, and sure enough cannot get the head off to replace it. After waiting on the phone I was told to soak the head in warm water to "soften" the googy toothpaste that may have cemented under the head and if that doesn't work call back. And remove the head after each use and rinse. Really? This is more of a hassel than it's worth. On to another brand. Hopefully my store will take back the $30 I just spent of replacement heads!
March 7, 2012