Equate Multi Level Toothbrush Review

equate multi level tooth brushThis is a review of the Equate Multi Level Toothbrush.

We seem to be a on a tooth sort of roll right now, so let’s hit the big one, the toothbrush. In my younger days I thought having harder bristles was better. In my adult years I’ve learned that soft bristles works perfect. Why are soft bristles better than medium or hard?

Soft bristles do less damage. Yep, it is as simple as that. The harder the bristle the more chance there is of gum or tissue damage.

Ok, so hardness is settled, what about shape? The Equate Multi Level brush incorporates three things I love in a toothbrush:

  • Two levels of bristle length, so it envelops the teeth.
  • An oval shaped head for ease of access to hard spots.
  • A curved handle to make it easier to grip.

Sensodyne Pronamel Gentle Whitening Toothpaste, Alpine Breeze, 4-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 3)

When you look for a toothbrush you’ll see a ton of $5.00 and up choices. The Equate toothbrush comes in at 2 for $3.00 or so, which you cannot beat.

If you’re looking for a good, sturdy toothbrush in attractive colors, grab the Equate Multi Level Toothbrush.

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