The toothbrush head replacement massage your gums and remove more plaque than an ordinary manual brush
Great replacements for the original heads
Dual Clean, Precision Clean, Floss Action toothbrush head replacement
Toothbrush head replacement designed to care for and maintain healthy teeth and gums, each replacement brush head has been engineered to be gentle on teeth and gums.
Colour-identifier bands make this multi-pack ideal for families.
Fits/ Compatible with:
- Professional Care
- Power Oral-B & Braun Electric Toothbrushes
The Benefits of Good Oral Hygiene
The Cost of Dental Treatments
If you develop complications from tooth decay and gum disease, you may be dealing with bills for anything from fillings or crowns to more costly and complicated procedures such as root canals or oral surgery to extract damaged teeth and place dental implants.
The costs of dental treatments vary. For example, the cost of a root canal will depend on the location of the tooth and how many canals are in the tooth that needs the root canal treatment.
The Cost of Oral Hygiene
By comparison, the cost of basic oral hygiene and preventive teeth cleaning is low. A toothbrush should be replaced every three months or when it appears worn, but that’s just a few dollars. The same goes for dental floss, whether you prefer specialized floss or standard floss.
Also, don’t forget that most dental plans cover at least one, and sometimes two, checkups and cleanings per year at little or no cost to you. It’s better to make and keep those appointments, even if you don’t think you have problems with your teeth or oral hygiene, in order to identify and manage potential problems before costly care is required. Remember that your dentist is your partner in oral health, and be sure to keep him or her informed about medications you take and changes in your overall health so your oral hygiene can be tailored accordingly to maximize your health benefits. Some types of medications (including anti-depressants and some heart medications) increase your risk for gingivitis, so be sure to let your dentist know if you start taking any new medication, even if you don’t think it will affect your oral health