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Oral-B CrossAction Pro-Health Toothbrush Reviews

Description

Oral-B CrossAction Pro-Health provides 7 oral care benefits in one brush:
  • removes hard to reach plaque
  • reduces gingivitis
  • cleans along the gum line
  • polishes away surface stains
  • removes odor-causing tongue germs
  • stimulates gums
  • gentle on enamel
For teeth that are up to 4X cleaner*, try this Pro-Health toothbrush together with:
Crest Pro-Health ProFresh Toothpaste
Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection Rinse

*debris measurement on teeth vs. a regular anti-cavity toothpaste and manual brush
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    Reviews and Ratings

    94% OF CHICKS DIG IT

    1.3/5
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    March 05, 2019
    Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

    Try a different kind

    It doesn’t clean your teeth as good as other toothbrushes, it works good the first couple times you use it but quickly wears out. I will not be purchasing this kind anymore

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    1.7/5
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    July 09, 2015

    Terrible! Ripped my gums to shreds and exposed nerves. Don't buy this!

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    1.7/5
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    August 11, 2013

    I have a better toothbrush, nothing special. Not worth the price.

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    1.7/5
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    August 03, 2013

    I really didn't find a big difference in this toothbrush, it worked like any other manual toothbrush i was quite disappointed in this product.

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    1.5/5
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    July 22, 2013

    i prefer electric toothbrushes by far this is alright but ill stick to mine!

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    1.7/5
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    July 22, 2013

    I found the bristles too soft - and the price doesn't justify the product - should be lower

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    1.3/5
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    July 21, 2013

    Not a fan at all. Didn't find it cleaned my teeth unless I really scrubbed for 5 mins which is not normal.

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    2.0/5
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    July 19, 2013

    I liked the feel of the side gum massagers and the tongue scrubber on the back of the brush but I found the bristles too flimsy. I have crooked teeth and usually use a firm toothbrush to get inbetween them all. This one just didn't clean between the teeth as well as a firm brush does.

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    1.2/5
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    July 17, 2013

    It claims to provide 7 benefits for a cleaner healthier mouth; removes hard-to-reach plaque, reduces gingivitis, cleans along the gum line, polishes away surface stain, removes odor-causing germs on tongue, stimulates gums, gentle on enamel and gums.
    That’s a lot of claims for a toothbrush – that is one hard working toothbrush. REMEMBER! In order for all these claims to be true the operator, YOU, has to be using the toothbrush correctly or else none of these claims can actually be true.
    What about the features of the toothbrush?
    It features: CrossAction Bristles, Tongue and Cheek Cleaner, Soft gum stimulator, PowerTip Bristles, Indicator Bristles.
    But First….one thing…
    When I looked at the toothbrush in the package I looked down at my Great Dane and said “This thing has got to be for you.” Thinking as a Dental Professional, that toothbrush is too big. If I was still practicing in an office and a patient asked me about whether or not they should buy this toothbrush I would tell them no, it is too big. I would never buy this toothbrush for myself or my family. There is no possible way I can properly clean the back of my molars with this HUGE head of a toothbrush and I have been trained in every possible way, shape, and form of brushing teeth. I have taught children, adults, seniors, and people with disabilities effective ways of brushing their teeth and I would NOT recommend this brush. It is by and far too big. I’m sorry Oral B in my professional opinion it is TOO BIG. What makes it too big? The “soft gum stimulators” on either side of the head which I can only get to either stimulate my tooth or the top of my mouth. If you removed that part of the toothbrush you would be looking at a much more natural human sized toothbrush.
    The CrossAction bristles are as always the mark of an OralB toothbrush. They are effective, again as long as the operator of the toothbrush itself is effective.
    The tongue and Cheek Cleaner is located on the backside of the toothbrush. I tried that it was effective on the tongue, it wasn’t as effective on the cheek. I went back to the tongue and cheek cleaner that is available on ALL toothbrushes which is the bristles. This goes back to my comment about reinventing the wheel. The bristles, in my opinion, are a far better way to clean the tongue, cheeks, and never mentioned palate areas; give them a once over with the “cheek cleaner” then with the bristles and make your own choice.
    The Soft Gum Stimulators I think these have made the toothbrush too big and therefore ineffective for proper cleaning of the back molars. These are the reason I would not purchase this toothbrush in the future.
    Power Tip Bristles are a set of bristles to a point at the end of the toothbrush for focusing in on an area. I like this feature although it is pretty standard on many toothbrushes.
    Indicator Bristles; to be honest I rarely believe the indicator bristle instead I rely on the condition of my toothbrush. This is a personal preference only.
    I have used this toothbrush over the course of three days and I have to stop using it. I can tell that my molars are not getting cleaned properly and I need to pull out my electric toothbrush and clean my teeth again. I have tried to use several different brushing techniques with this brush and it just comes down to the fact that this brush is just too big.

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    2.0/5
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    July 15, 2013

    I did not really like this toothbrush. I felt the bristle section was way too big and it was very difficult to get behind the back teeth or the back of the front teeth. I also thought the bristles themselves were to big. I prefer smaller bristles to get in all the nooks and crannies our teeth have.

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