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Colgate Toothbrush Premier Classic Clean Medium (Pack of 24): $12.40

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Colgate Toothbrush Premier Classic Clean Medium (Pack of 24) [amazon.com]
  • Pack of 2 cards, Each card has 12 tootbrushes, Total 24 toothbrushes
  • String on top can for easy hanging, perforated to easily remove each one individually
  • Nice Variety of colors for the whole house, 6 Blue, 6 Yellow, 6 pink, 6 Green
  • perforated that can be easily divided into single toothbrush
  • Imported, Non English Label
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is this the regular price for this pack?
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Extra clean for 50 cents less:
Colgate Toothbrushes Premier Extra Clean (24 Toothbrushes) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KPYR...bEb7Y9DB76
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Do not use medium or hard bristled toothbrushes! Ask ANY dentist or dental hygienist. Just don't.
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Do not use medium or hard bristled toothbrushes! Ask ANY dentist or dental hygienist. Just don't.
People: But my teeth feel cleaner with medium/hard/extra firm toothbrushes.
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Do not use medium or hard bristled toothbrushes! Ask ANY dentist or dental hygienist. Just don't.
If we can't use medium or hard bristle what are we allowed to use then?! laugh out loudLMAOLMAOLMAO
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If we can't use medium or hard bristle what are we allowed to use then?! laugh out loudLMAOLMAOLMAO
Soft or extra soft
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If we can't use medium or hard bristle what are we allowed to use then?! laugh out loudLMAOLMAOLMAO
Soft. People brush too hard which causes gum recession
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Soft. People brush too hard which causes gum recession
🙋 ♂️ I can confirm that this is correct
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price good.but don not the quality
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Soft. People brush too hard which causes gum recession
Electric brushes are not too soft but they do flash a red led if you push too hard so I guess your technique might be wrong although you're kinda of right;

with the reason being that you can use a firm brush just as long as you don't push into the gum and just run it over the gum, which in that case, calls for a firm brush in my opinion.
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This soft vs medium debate is interesting my oral surgeon gave me a soft toothbrush and told me to only brush the surgical area with a soft brush because it's like a mop and doesn't do anything for your other teeth. That sounds about right because how can you remove plaque and tartar buildup if you don't have a strong enough brush? Also, what happens if you eat something sticky or gooey like cheese? A soft brush would barely do the job in those cases IMO.
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any deals for soft?
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Electric brushes are not too soft but they do flash a red led if you push too hard so I guess your technique might be wrong although you're kinda of right;

with the reason being that you can use a firm brush just as long as you don't push into the gum and just run it over the gum, which in that case, calls for a firm brush in my opinion.
Your "opinion" doesn't matter. The ADA recommends soft brushes
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I use this to brush my fungal nail
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