Saturday, March 8, 2014

Review: EcoDent Oral Care TerraDent Replaceable Head Toothbrush

My guy goes through a lot of toothbrushes. I don't know how he does it, but it seems like it only takes him a couple of weeks before the bristles on his toothbrush get bent out of shape. I, on the other hand, have to set reminders so I remember to change my toothbrush out at all; you can hardly tell when I've used it one day versus six months. Whether your toothbrushes end up like my guy's or my own, it can be frustrating to throw all those plastic brushes in the garbage. Eco-Dent offers a handy alternative: the TerraDent toothbrush, with a replaceable head.

  • Adult and childrens' versions available
  • Foolproof head swapping
  • Greatly reduces plastic use from toothbrushes
  • Soft and medium bristles available
  • Ergonomic handle
  • Recyclable packaging
  • Need to remember to clean toothbrush base when swapping heads
I love the size and shape of this brush. If you've looked at toothbrushes at a drugstore lately, the selection is overwhelming and full of weird "features" I don't want anywhere near my teeth. TerraDent is like a breath of fresh air; it is a simple design that is comfortable in the hand, and the bristles are even designed to meet the base in a way that reduces bacteria buildup. The brushes themselves come in different colors; my guy has a black one and I have a blue. Both the brush and refills are affordable, but you may have to buy them online.

It is very easy to replace toothbrush heads. I use the new head to dislodge the "button" on the back of the toothbrush head, and then "click" in the new one. They stay in place quite well. I like to run my toothbrush through the dishwasher after I remove the old head and before I put in a replacement, as it kepts it cleaner that way. I was glad to see there is a childrens' version as well (the "Funbrush"). If you're looking for a more sustainable toothbrush, this is one of my favorite options.

Also available on TerraDent, brush refills, and the Funbrush.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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