Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Oral-B ProfessionalCare Precision 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush {Review & Giveaway}

Oral-B logo
While I can't believe that 2012 is coming to an end soon, I'm looking forward to starting off the new year and seeing what sort of adventures and memories my family will make in 2013.

One that I'm not overly looking forward to, however, is the bi-annual dentist appointments that Big Sister E and I have planned in January. While she tends to leave with a glowing report, a new toothbrush and toothpaste, and a toy in honor of doing so well during the cleaning, I typically leave with my head hung after getting my usual scolding for not working hard enough at oral hygiene as I should.

Not exactly my idea of a great day, but at least I am usually pleased knowing that my daughter is still learning good habits.

Fortunately, next month when I head in and open wide, I'm looking forward to receiving praise over my oral health due to switching out my regular toothbrush for the Oral-B ProfessionalCare Precision 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush.

Oral-B ProfessionalCare 1000

Part of the Procter & Gamble Company since 2006, the Oral-B brand is a worldwide leader in toothbrushes that are used by more dentists than any other brand across the globe. Their vast array of products includes manual and power toothbrushes for children and adults, oral irrigators, oral care centers and interdental products, such as dental floss. Pretty much everything you need for a sparkling clean mouth!

When the Precision 1000 arrived, I was ready to put it to the test and see how much of a difference it could make in the health of my mouth.

Oral-B toothbrush

As I pulled this rechargeable toothbrush out of the packaging, it was easy to see that it would be extremely easy to put it to use.

rechargeable toothbrush

After simply attaching the unique round brush head (its design is inspired by the round shape of professional dental cleaning tools) to the handle...

Oral-B replacement head

...all I had to do was plug in the charging unit and leave the toothbrush to charge up overnight.

electric toothbrush

While I had heard that, due to being at the forefront of cutting edge technology, Oral-B power toothbrushes remove more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush, it took until I began using this one to see how true that statement is.

The rounded shape of the head allows the toothbrush to surround each tooth for individual cleaning, and the unique oscillating, rotating and pulsating movement (20,000 pulsating movements per minute) lets this toothbrush reach deep between teeth and along the gum line. The result is not only a thorough, tooth-by-tooth clean, but up to 5x more plaque removed along the gums!

plaque-removing toothbrush
Look at that baby spin!

As well as the oral care benefits, I appreciate each of the features that Oral-B put into the ProfessionalCare Precision 1000, as everything from the waterproof, ergonomic handle to the easy-to-read charge level display makes it even easier to use.

I especially love the Indicator bristles that fade halfway as a reminder to replace your toothbrush head for a better clean (as I'm not very good at remembering to do this on my own every few months), the included pressure sensor that stops pulsations in the event that I'm brushing too hard, and the quadrant pacing signals in the handle.

These help guide the user to getting all four sections of their mouth for the recommended 30 seconds each and the full brushing time of two minutes — at which time a longer signal shows that the full brushing time has been reached.

Oral-B ProfessionalCare Precision 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush

Overall, it is easy to see why Oral-B receives such praise from dentists as well as customers, as the Oral-B ProfessionalCare Precision 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush has proven to be a high quality, dependable, durable product that leaves my mouth feeling clean and shiny!

With a suggested retail price of $74.99, this great toothbrush can be found at stores near you or online at Amazon.com (currently for only $35.99)!

Even better, Oral-B stands behind all of their products and will work to ensure that you are 100% satisfied. You owe it to your teeth and gums to give them the very best care around!

Thanks to the generosity of Oral-B, one person will be able to do just that, because...

One lucky person will win an Oral-B ProfessionalCare Precision 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush!

Oral-B toothbrush giveaway

 Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below — simply enter your name and email address and click on each entry that you would like to complete. Follow the directions for each individual method, entering in the necessary information when asked. If you have any questions or problems, feel free to let me know.

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A big thank you to Oral-B for providing a ProfessionalCare Precision 1000 for me to review as well as for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

288 comments:

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Unknown said...

i need to floss more

tattwo said...

My biggest challenge is flossing on a regular basis. Thanks

Sylvia said...

like most others, flossing seems to be my biggest struggle. :/

Rae said...

I have a hard time flossing

cswoveland said...

Overcrowding

Karl Wankowicz said...

I never floss

Silvia said...

lets win this toothbrush!

wins4me said...

Flossing!

Tiana said...

I struggle with flossing daily

Hoa said...

Daily usage of mouthwash

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Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

flossing and check ups
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reddon30 said...

Flossing for sure.

M.A.D. said...

M.A.D. Mary DeBorde

Definitely flossing! I try to daily, but it's more of a hot or miss thing lol

Peggy Rydzewski said...

I believe flossing everyday.

Anonymous said...

fragile teeth just shattered a tooth on a skittle going to visit my youngest daughter for the holidays

Grace Mauer said...

I've been wanting one of these for a long, long time,Sure would help to get the teeth clean

natalia ryjova said...

Flossing every day is SO tough to remember
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Ciara B. said...

i struggle the most with flossing

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sunflowerally22 said...

FLOSSING for sure! I always forget !!!

Jennifer said...

Just like most everyone else, I struggle the most with remembering to floss.

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cindy m said...

Flossing

Amber said...

Flossing

Gennie Lancaster said...

Flossing!

Renee G said...

I need to brush longer --- I tend to try to rush through on my way out the door.
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Vikki Billings said...

I struggle with flossing

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tiacarter said...

FLOSSING

pauline15 said...

I'm not the best at flossing!
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Audrey said...

I sometimes forget to floss.

eclairre said...

Using mouthwash after brushing

carolyn b. said...

Keeping tooth clean after a dental visit. I really could use an great electric toothbrush.

Sondra Bailey said...

I’m horrible at flossing. I brush my teeth often but I always forget to floss.

Lisa Fonseca said...

I don't brush as long as I should sometimes. Especially when I'm in a rush.

Kat said...

I am usually good about oral care. I just got a waterpik flosser and absolutely love it.

Mya Murphy said...

Brushing every single day... myamurphy@mail.com

Stacey V said...

brushing long enough

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Anonymous said...

making the time to floss daily

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Savings said...

i struggle with brushing for the full 2 minutes
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Anonymous said...

Flossing!

Yoga Mommy said...

Flossing. I am not a big fan and I try to remember each day and have tried different styles of floss. I know it needs to be done to avoid gum disease. Sigh.

Melanie Montgomery said...

Sensitive gums, it hurts to brush

Candie L said...

floss. Thank you

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Kathy Pease said...

i struggle with receding gumline the older i get

Anonymous said...

great toothbrush!

Sonya said...

I struggle with flossing

Lisa said...

Brushing my teeth for a substantial amount of time is my biggest challenge.

Catharine said...

flossing

Unknown said...

Flossing

Unknown said...

I struggle the most with flossing

Crystal F said...

Flossing. I have a hard time remembering to floss. Thank you!
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LauraLaura said...

Regular flossing :-/

kelley c said...

I'm not a good flosser.

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Theresa said...

I struggle with brushing twice a day every day

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skipthelaundry said...

Flossing between every tooth.
Amber Porter

Unknown said...

flossing and gum health.

Sheree said...

Brushing long enough, I think I tend to hurry it up

Unknown said...

Flossing is something I always forget to do.

M said...

To be honest I struggle to remember to brush two times a day.

doodlebug said...

Flossing!!

michedt said...

I'm really bad at flossing, and honestly, going to the dentist. Hate it.

Unknown said...

I absolutely hate flossing....my teeth are very tight and it's very hard to get in between my choppers , I have pulled some filings out because of it!!

Unknown said...

Remembering to floss regularly

Alicia said...

Just remembering to brush before bed

Susan Christy said...

Flossing

james a said...

I like to brush with both man. And elec.

Unknown said...

Flossing at night is probably my biggest challenge.

nicole w said...

flossing! I brush, and replace my toothbrush often enough, and use good toothpaste butttt I don't floss as often as I should...at all :/

wendym said...

I struggle with daily flossing the most.

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daveshir2005 said...

I struggle with flossing.

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Jenny Q. said...

I really hate flossing

Sandra K321 said...

I have problems with my gums and I'm supposed to floss everyday but I just can't seem to get into the routine.
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Breanne said...

Flossing

Unknown said...

Flossing!

Linda said...

Remembering to floss. ty!
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Andrew L. said...

I don't floss nearly enough

Naomi said...

flossing!

elangomatt said...

I need to floss more often, I even have a Waterpik and I don't use it often enough.

Aaron Bretveld

hazelpex said...

I could brush more, I actually like to floss...my teeth aren't very white. I really do think a better toothbrush would help, it's probably time to invest!

ltlbitone said...

I have to work on flossing more often

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cassandra m said...

i hate to floss

sottovoce said...

I struggle getting to the very back teeth...I always feel I haven't done a good enough job.

Jay F. said...

Probably the thing I most struggle with is an occasional/rare miss of my nighttime brushing due to falling asleep before I get to it.

Patrice said...

Flossing!

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Unknown said...

I struggle with flossing. garrettsambo@aol.com

Unknown said...

I need to floss more!

mamalama82 said...

Ugh, flossing for sure!

Unknown said...

Most definitely flossing
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Brad Merrell said...

I always forget to floss

lilyk said...

I feel bored while brushing my teeth.

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