questionswhat kind of toothbrush do you use?

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I tried the vibrating angle for awhile...didn't do much for me. Since then, it's just been a Colgate 360 (www.colgate.com/app/Colgate360/US/EN/home.cwsp). Seems to work pretty well.

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I've spent a lot of money over the years on fancy toothbrushes. Now I just use the one the dentist gives me every 6 months. Flossing is what makes all the difference, fancy toothbrush or no fancy toothbrush.

Though my dentist did say the electronic toothbrushes are great and especially better for those who have advanced gum receding/gingivitis (aka severe gum bleeding), as they can be more gentle on gums yet excellent at removing the icky stuff.

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@meh3884: Yeah, mine said it's better for around the gums. Also, because you can generally just let the brush do the work instead of worrying much about the pressure you apply on the brush.

Also, speaking on flossing.. they always remind me to floss before I brush.

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I've used a sonicare for years. I love it. I leave it at home when I go on trips... don't need any awkward security screenings with a vibrating bag...

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i dont use a brush. i use a soak bath. (it's called full dentures children)
my spouse uses spinbrush. he really did start getting better checkups.

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Electric Oral-B. Started using it a few months back and can't believe how clean my teeth feel and how white they've gotten!

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The free Oral-B that my dentist gives me. I figure he knows a thing or two about tooth care.