how to brush with ultrasonic toothbrush?

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Answered: Need toothbrush heads

The ultrasonex toothbrush is current unavailable. You may want to think about getting a new toothbrush because when the Ultreo company went out of business, their toothbrush heads were so rare in such high demand that some of them cost over $200 for 4! If anything, try the Oral B 5000 it's a lot ...

Answered: How do you find a toothbrush with a small head?

Go to a pharmacy (like walgreens) and look for a CHILDREN'S toothbrush (on packaging).

Answered: How often do you brush your dog's teeth?

You should brush your dog's teeth at least 3 times a week,but if you could everyday is preferred. Remember NOT to use human toothpaste.

Answered: Sonic Toothbrush

Thanks Bart for the recommendation. Thanks Alicia, you've made my day. :)

Answered: Looking for the instruction for a Branson 5210 Ultrasonic Cleaner

This is the only thing that I found for you. I hope this can help you. USAM

Answered: How do I clean my brush when using gels?

Try soaking them in an ammonia and water mixture..1/4cup - ammonia to 1cup - water. This works for combs as well. You can also try combing out the loose hair, wetting the brush thoroughly, and applying a small amount of shampoo. Cleaning two brushes at the same time helps, as you can rub the ...
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I want to recycle sonicare toothbrush head, how do I do this?

A group of recyclers in Edmonton said that most dental clinics will probably accept these and dispose of them properly.

Welcome suggestions/instructions on how to make a very large, very wide

Try speaking with someone from your local AC Moore to help you.

Replacing my toothbrush

According to The American Dental Society, you need to replace your toothbrush every three to four months. The problem is, sometimes it is not easy for you to remember when you bought your last toothbrush, and therefore it will be difficult for you to define the correct time to replace your ...

Do the whitening toothpastes you see in the supermarkets actually work? I

Going from my own experience, what keeps my teeth white is Baking Soda based toothpaste. A natural cleansing agent as used in kitchens for many years. In UK we have the 'Arm and Hammer' brand, but not all retailers keep stock.