Oral-B offers a variety of replacement heads to ensure you can find the one that best suits your oral care needs. The below brush heads fit all of our electric toothbrush handles (except Oral-B iO). Browse below our entire line of Oral-B replacement brush heads.
• CrossAction: 16° degree angled bristles for superior* plaque removal
• Sensitive Clean: for a gentle clean, comes with ultra-thin bristles that are tough on plaque but gentle on gums
• FlossAction: Unique MicroPulse bristles for a superior interdental clean*
• 3D White: its polishing cup removes surface stains for whiter teeth as of day 1
• Precision Clean: 3 cleaning zones for precise tooth by tooth thorough clean
• Ortho: Designed for braces: bristles get under the wire and clean the tooth around the brackets to easily remove food scraps
• Interspace: to be used on top of your daily brush head, for deep clean in hard-to-reach areas and healthier* gums
• TriZone: clean teeth and interdental spaces thanks to its triple-zone bristles technology
• Dual Clean: Dual action for complete cleaning
Compatible with iO Electric Toothbrush handles:
• iO Ultimate Clean: tuft-in-tuft structure with 16 degree-angle bristles remove up to 100% more plaque for cleaner teeth and healthier gums*
• iO Gentle Care: the gentlest iO Refill for a smooth brushing experience. Cushioning outer ring with thinner filaments to protect gums, high density of extra soft bristles for a gentle clean
*vs. a regular manual toothbrush **Should not be used by children under 12 years.
For optimal results, we recommend you change your brush head every 3 months, after you have been ill or when the bristles become worn.
New brush head does not fit?
Sometimes the previous brush head can break, and the bit on the inside can get stuck on the metal shaft. Underneath this is the oblong connection that will fit your new brush heads.
To fix this, try running the toothbrush’s top section (around the plastic connector and metal shaft) under warm water for at least ten seconds. Then, see if you can pull the extra bit off. You might have to give it quite a forceful tug, but it should come right off. If it does, your new brush head should fit.
Sometimes toothpaste can build up under the brush head and solidify to quite a tight bond. Then, when the brush head is ready to be replaced, it can break when removing it to leave this piece behind. To prevent this, we recommend the cleaning and maintenance routine noted in the manual.
- After each brushing session, remove the brush head and thoroughly rinse both the brush head and the handle under running water.
- Wipe the brush head and handle dry with a towel or cloth before putting the brush head back on the handle and storing the toothbrush for the next use. This should prevent any toothpaste buildup.