GUM Technique Deep Clean Soft Toothbrush, Value pack - 2 ea

Helps you brush at the proper angle for optimal cleaning.
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    • Bristles Deep Clean
    • With Quad-Grip
    • Bi-Level bristle design
    GUM Technique Deep Clean Soft Toothbrush, Value pack

    Technique Deep Clean combines the unique, patented Quad-Grip handle with the unique tapered bristles that penetrate deeply between teeth and below the gum line where conventional bristles cannot reach. The Quad-Grip handle helps you brush at the proper angle for optimal cleaning. The Technique Deep Clean toothbrush cleans deep to remove plaque to help you achieve better gum health and a healthier mouth.

    • Bristles Deep Clean
    • With Quad-Grip
    • Innovative Bi-Level Bristle Design: Bi-Level bristles offer two levels of cleaning- below the gum line and at the tooth surface, while the angled bristles are designed to enhance cleaning by striking the surface in different directions.

    Shipping Weight : 0.50 lb
    CA

    Oral-B toothbrush for kids is best for children. Kids love It

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    Collectable Princesses help encourage children to brush. Children can easily hold these and maneuver them around her mouth with no problem. These brushes make my teeth clean. It is comfortable for 4-6 years children and its design is good and cute.

    PA

    Tastes So Good!

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    loves this toothpaste and with its fruity flavor he thinks its great! Love how you can do something good for your child and he still approves!

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    kids loved these!

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    I like these, and they are great quality for the price. However, my son loves playing with the suction cups, and it's distracting. It's hard to get him to stop playing with the toothbrush (making it "pop" on the counter) long enough to get his teeth brushed.