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Hydro Floss Manual Toothbrushes Product Review

March 21, 2012

Trying out a new toothbrush provides a new experience in which you can test out new features and advantages.  I prefer using a toothbrush with soft bristles that are gentle on my gums, long lasting, and can reach all surface teeth including my wisdom teeth.  I want all plaque and food particles to be gone by the time I get to flossing and rinsing my teeth.  These are the features that I need for my dental needs.  I am accustomed to using a manual toothbrush and once I find a great toothbrush I tend to stick with it. The Hydro Floss Manual Toothbrush has a unique bristle pattern which was the first thing I immediately noticed about the toothbrush.  The bristles are stiff and rougher than I would have hoped but the pattern has longer bristles in the middle of the brush head. This bristle pattern contours to the teeth line.  I also noticed that the brush head was extremely flexible which was important for maneuvering inside your mouth.  Brushing my teeth with the Hydro Floss toothbrush was not the best brushing experience.  It also wasn't the worst.  As previously mentioned, I prefer soft bristles that gently massage my gums and clean my teeth.  The bristles on the Hydro Floss were much firmer and I lightly brushed my teeth with the toothbrush.  I also noticed that food traces were left behind after I brushed and rinsed.  If you like medium bristles then this could be the toothbrush for you.  I will probably use the Hydrofloss toothbrush to clean my retainer instead of my teeth. Rating: 3 stars out of 5 The HydroFloss series toothbrushes feature a bristle pattern that meet the contours of the tooth's surface providing the ability to disrupt plaque and biofilm. The flexible head, neck and thick ergonomic handle molded with easy-to-grip elastomer offers performance with ease. Two different styles based on bristle size, each with a rounded profile.