Oral-B Pulsar Toothbrush - Soft
1 Toothbrush

Pulsar is the only manual toothbrush with revolutionary Micropulse bristles. These bristles gently pivot and pulse to lift up food and plaque and stimulate gums. Plus, Pulsar's pressure-sensitive split head adjusts to the contours of your teeth to clean hard-to-reach places while moderating the amount of pressure applied to teeth and gums.

  • Penetrates deep between teeth
  • Sweeps away food and plaque from the tooth surface
  • Adjusts to the contours of your teeth
  • Moderates the amount of pressure applied to your teeth and gums


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Richard: more than a year ago

The best toothbrush I've ever used. 5 straight years now and still going. My hygienist is always skeptical when I tell her I'm using this toothbrush. She suspects I'm using one of those high priced supersonic tsunami powered teeth cleaning machines. Nope, just this toothbrush paired with decent brand-name toothpaste. Sure periodically you will get a toothbrush with a low battery, but it still works just as good without it.

Lee: more than a year ago

I love these toothbrushes. I find they keep gum problems at bay even when I don't floss, and they're an excellent price compared to things like the Crest Spinbrush.

Ken: more than a year ago

This toothbrush is worth recommending! No messing with attachments, not too strong, soft bristle brushes.

The battery lasts long enough to run until your three-month recommendation from your dentist to change brushes, as well :)

Lindsay: more than a year ago

These toothbrushes are amazing. I've been using them for years and my dental hygienist is always impressed with how clean my teeth are. She told me to keep on using it!

xiao: more than a year ago

Have been use this product for a year, no problems at all.

John: more than a year ago

purchased with dead battery no store refund this is not the first time this has happened with oral b pulsar toothbrush

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