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OverviewSo smart, it reminds you when it's time for a new one. Did you know that a new toothbrush removes up to 30% more plaque than a 3-month-old toothbrush? The blue Oral-B Indicator bristles on the Oral-B Indicator fade to white when it's time to replace your brush and its new ergonomically designed handle offers exceptional comfort and control.
So smart, it reminds you when it's time for a new one. Did you know that a new toothbrush removes up to 30% more plaque than a 3-month-old toothbrush?
Oral-B Indicator Toothbrush - Medium - 40 is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Alcott from Bring back the old one! This toothbrush is too big and awkward. The bristles do not make adequate contact with my teeth. I used the size 35 Indicator Toothbrush with straight-cut bristles for years - please please bring it back! Without it, there is no Oral-B toothbrush that I can use.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Parfumeur from Best Toothbrush for the hygiene educated person. Most if not all the other porcupine brushes are a waste, and actually your teeth never really feel clean afterwards. Over time, there has been a loss of bristles in the design of this model, and a handle that is not correct for proper brushing (lack of control to brush & sweep up against the teeth), but I can understand that dentists do need to make an income. One of the better, non gimmicky brushes. AND you can use it to clean your brass, shoes and jewelry when discarding.
Date published: 2013-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by OnceLoyalCustomer from The Best Toothbrush! Sorry, it's no longer available. I've used Oral-B toothbrushes for years, but now I'm looking for another brand. Oral-B's Indicator Toothbrush no longer has the 'flat-trim brush'. Now it has a wavy surface, which I've tried and heartily dislike! It does not clean my teeth as well as the flat brush. There are fewer bristles in contact with the teeth at any one time. It's particularly bad on the sides of teeth and along the gum line, which is where the plaque builds up.
Date published: 2013-11-20