Bar Code: 4210201329893
Oral B Pro 570 Cross Action Limited Edition Brush and Refill
Tired of manual toothbrushes? Switch to an Oral-B Pro 2000 Cross Action Electric Toothbrush for a faster, more thorough clean. The professionally inspired design of the cross action toothbrush head surrounds each tooth with bristles angled at 16 degrees, and 3D cleaning action oscillates, rotates, and pulsates to break up and remove up to 100 percent plaque than a regular manual toothbrush. It provides a clinically proven superior clean versus a regular manual toothbrush. The Visible Pressure Sensor lights up if you brush too hard to prevent harmful over-brushing and there are two modes - daily clean and gum care. Used by dentists worldwide, it is compatible with the following replacement toothbrush heads: CrossAction, 3D White, Sensitive Clean, Precision Clean, Floss Action, Trizone and Dual Clean.
Comes with 3D cleaning action that easily adapts to your teeth.
Pressure sensor lights up to alert when the user is brushing too hard.
Removes up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush.
Buzzes every 30 seconds to focus on brushing the next quadrant of your mouth.
Alerts user when brushed for the dentist-recommended time of 2 minutes.
Offers a variety of replacement toothbrush heads to fit different oral health needs.
Fully charged electric toothbrush lasts for up to 7 days with regular use.
How to use :
Step 1: Make sure your toothbrush is charged.
Step 2: Start with the outside surfaces of the teeth. Guide the brush head slowly from tooth to tooth, holding the brush head in place for a few seconds against each tooth before moving on to the next one. Follow along with the shape of each tooth and the curve of the gums.
Step 3: Repeat Step 2 on the inside surfaces of the teeth.
Step 4: Repeat Step 2 on the chewing surfaces of the teeth as well as behind the back teeth.
Step 5: Direct the brush head along the gum line and upon the gums. Again, do not press hard or scrub.
Step 6: Try grazing the brush head along your tongue and the roof of your mouth, back to front, to help freshen your breath.