Discover the Oral-B PRO 500 rechargeable electric toothbrush to brush like your dentist recommends with 2-minute timer. Removes 100% more plaque* and protects gums. Round head cleans better* for healthier gums (*vs. a regular manual toothbrush)
– Up to 100% more plaque removal*: Round head cleans better for healthier gums*.
– Know you’ve brushed the right amount of time with the 2-minute professional timer
– Daily Clean brushing mode
– Contents: 1 handle, Charging Station, 1 toothbrush head
The Oral-B PRO 500 electric toothbrush helps you brush like your dentist recommends for 2 minutes with the professional timer, and it notifies you every 30 seconds to change the area you are brushing. While you are moving the brush around your mouth, Oral-B’s unique, Cross Action brush head does all the rest. Its CrissCross bristles are set at a 16 degree angle, which effectively clean along the gumline and reach deep between the teeth for 100 per cent more plaque removal.*
The Oral-B PRO 500 is a great toothbrush for everyone who wants to switch to an electric toothbrush. No wonder Oral-B is the #1 recommended brand by dentists worldwide.
Round head cleans better* for healthier gums (*vs. a regular manual toothbrush)
*vs. a standard manual toothbrush
Product Claims: Round head cleans better* for healthier gums (*vs. a regular manual toothbrush)
Boxed Contents: 1 Rechargeable handle, 1 Brush head, 1 Charger
Size: 1 Pack
• Up to 100% better plaque removal*** ***vs. a regular manual toothbrush
• Daily Clean
• 2 minute timer
Do not use on children under age 3. Replace brush (head) every 3 months or sooner if brush head becomes loose due to damage.IMPORTANT INFORMATION
2-year limited warranty against defects (full details inside pack).
How To Use Your electric toothbrush? Wet the brush head and apply toothpaste. Place the toothbrush in the mouth and turn on. Guide the brush head slowly from tooth to tooth. Hold the toothbrush head in place for a few seconds before moving on to the next tooth. Brush the gums as well as the teeth, first the outsides, then the insides, finally the chewing surfaces.