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FYI these are not soft. They're very stiff.
I can attest. Have these. Def not soft, it's firm

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FYI these are not soft. They're very stiff.
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The handle is very flimsy and flexes too much. Feels very cheap in your hand.
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Dont go for cheap brushes, it punctures the gums Frown
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no longer same price
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A toothbrush should last for 3 months. Gum erosion is real. These aren't even as good as the free one I get from my dentist. I love soft manual toothbrushes with tongue scrappers. The better ones that may cost maybe $2 when you buy it in bulk (5 pack or more), which would last one person for about a year. Unless you are buying these for short term use, like for travel or guests, don't force yourself into using these just because there was a "deal"
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clipped coupon not applied during checkout
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FYI these are not soft. They're very stiff.
I can attest. Have these. Def not soft, it's firm
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Got one.. for all the guests who show up without a toothbrush
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A toothbrush should last for 3 months. Gum erosion is real. These aren't even as good as the free one I get from my dentist. I love soft manual toothbrushes with tongue scrappers. The better ones that may cost maybe $2 when you buy it in bulk (5 pack or more), which would last one person for about a year. Unless you are buying these for short term use, like for travel or guests, don't force yourself into using these just because there was a "deal"
What's considered a good brush these days?
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A toothbrush should last for 3 months. Gum erosion is real. These aren't even as good as the free one I get from my dentist. I love soft manual toothbrushes with tongue scrappers. The better ones that may cost maybe $2 when you buy it in bulk (5 pack or more), which would last one person for about a year. Unless you are buying these for short term use, like for travel or guests, don't force yourself into using these just because there was a "deal"
I use the toothbrushes from the Costco packs and they last me 3-4 weeks... Haven't had cavities in years so I can't complain
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I use the toothbrushes from the Costco packs and they last me 3-4 weeks... Haven't had cavities in years so I can't complain
3-4 weeks? What is it that happens at that point that makes you feel you need to replace? You're brushing too hard. I go months... 3-4mos is ADA recommendation.
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I use the toothbrushes from the Costco packs and they last me 3-4 weeks... Haven't had cavities in years so I can't complain
I would also like to know why you get rid of your tooth brush after a few weeks. I can understand being able to afford to have a new toothbrush every month, but I don't feel the need to change mine out until 2-3 months unless I get sick. The Costco ones (Colgate Total advanced whitening?) are better quality than the ones posted here. I ditched the electric toothbrush in college and haven't had a cavity either. I think I've said enough about my dental habits and preferences for one day.
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What's considered a good brush these days?
Ok I lied about being done... It's ultimately up to you and what you prefer. I like the Colgate 360. Good soft bristles, great tongue scrapper, squishy gel handle, and some extra rubber things around the bristles for an added polish. They seem to have a new feature added every year (Optic Advanced Whitening... k), but it works for me. Happy brushing!
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