Oral-B<sup>&reg;</sup> Interdental Brush System
ONLY interdental manual brush working for me
Oral B cylindrically shaped brush (not conical one which is in my view unnecessary) for the interdental cleaning is suitable because its stem is thin enough to get bristles between the teeth. However retail stores and dental offices seem not to carry the Oral B replacement brushes. I used to find them at local Walmart but recently I do not see them. Note, I used to pay CAD 2.99 to 3.49 for the set of six replacement brushes and did not complain. However, retail buyers probably do not understand that product. Once I could not even get the young oral hygienist to understand the difference between different brushes.
March 13, 2014
Replacement brushes, where can I get them?
Come on Braun, get your act together. Why aren't you selling refill interdental brushes anymore? You cannot expect me to give you 5 stars if you do not give a good after sales service.
I have been using this product for many years on the recommendation of my dentist and now I can only purchase the replacement brushes on another website if I am willing to pay in excess of three times the original price, probably because they are now in short supply.
I have been searching for something to replace it but cannot find anything that matches the depth of cleaning I get from this product.
February 1, 2014
Where;'s the Brush (es)
Like another consumer said, great brush, even after flossing I still get more food out from between my teeth with this inter dental brush. Problem is I can't find replacement brushes and I ones I do see, made by GUM are outrageously expensive.
November 22, 2012
Nice brush if you can get it
It's a great product that helps reduce plaque, but you can't find refill brushes anywhere -- not even on the Oral-B website.
And, if you can find them, the prices are outrageous -- from 50 cents to $2 or more for a tiny little refill brush.
March 29, 2011