THESE BRUSH HEADS FIT THE ROTA-DENT CLASSIC MODEL ONLY. The Rota-dent Plus and Contour models will not work with this brush head
Only the Rota-Dent® toothbrush has patented microfilament brush tips designed to reach underneath the gum line and in-between the teeth. Clinically proven to reduce harmful bacteria (dental plaque and gingivitis) beyond the brush tip in Periodontal Pockets...where it counts!
I have used Rotodent for about 15 years. My dentist always comments on how great my teeth and gums look...and I am almost 70. Yes, the brushes are expensive (though I use them much much longer than 4 months). One key is to put the brush gently on the gum line and let the rotary motion do the job; don't put pressure on the brush.
I swear by this Rotodent brush, plus I use the Breatherx toothpaste and scraper.
By Junebug from DC from 220.127.116.11 on 06-09-14
I've used the Rotadent for about six months. Paid $150 to my dentist. They said it has a lifetime warranty so I'm not to concerned about it breaking. It seems to be working fine. But the first head only lasted about 4 months. At $19 a head that seems really high. I can't see paying that every 4 months or $60 a year. I wouldn't do it again.
By Don from Dayton OH on 04-22-12
The old and the new Rotadents are way overpriced and a hard sell for patients when they can buy other electric brushed for far less!
By Dr J Williams from Calgary on 03-28-12