IBP B-091 Sonic Toothbrush Replacement Heads (Twin Pack)
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- 2 Replacement Toothbrush Heads
- For Models Plakaway B091 and B291
- Each Last 3-4 Months
- Colour Coded
- Twin Pack
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2 Replacement Plakaway Sonic Toothbrush Heads for Models B091 and B291, should each last 3-4 months.
The electric toothbrush which may also be called a rotary toothbrush, is one which is powered by a small electric motor which causes the head of the brush to oscillate and therefore assists at making brushing of one’s teeth a faster and of course a more complete process. The very first electric toothbrush was not even considered to be one according to today’s definitions. This first one was developed by Dr. George A. Scott of the U.S. and this particular unit was actually more of electric shock treatment rather than tooth cleansing.
It would not be until the late 1950’s when Bristol-Myers Squibb released the first modern day electric toothbrush which was aptly named the Broxodent. However, the first electric toothbrushes were designed specifically for those who had medical handicaps in which their motor skills were impaired. Furthermore, it was also growing in popularity as a recommendation by orthodontists for their patients who had braces for teeth straightening.
As time went on, much advancement in technology gave way to the ability to produce disposable heads at relatively affordable costs. As these costs continued to fall, the popularity of the electric toothbrush grew. It is important to note that in these earlier times, it was shown in many studies that the oscillating toothbrush did not actually offer better brushing then manual toothbrushes, but it was still a preferred way for many people who had motor skill difficulties.
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Had the toothbrush sonic for 2 years now and very happy with replacementsPublished 5 months ago by ruth leary
My wife bought the toothbrushes and now the dentist tells me I'm doing a much better job of cleaning my teeth!Published on 12 July 2014 by G. Young
what more can I say, they do the job required at a fair price, I find these brushheads better than oral b and cheaperPublished on 4 Jun. 2014 by Richard
Fine - does exactly what it says on the tin (or package). No problems at all so far, but what can go wrong with a toothbrush head?Published on 3 Oct. 2013 by Mr. Stephen R. Dua