My father is a dentist.
You’d think that would mean my teeth were perfect – no cavities, perfectly-spaced, ivory white. (No. No. No.). You’d also think I flossed regularly (No.) and brushed after every meal (again, no.).
I brush twice a day (when I wake up and right before bed).
I floss (sometimes, but not often enough).
One a good day, my total brush time is 45 seconds (not even close to how long I should be brushing).
So, when I was asked to participate in the Oral-B Wow Experiment, I said yes without hesitation. Actually, I’m pretty sure I shouted HELL YEAH.
They sent me the Oral-B Triaction 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush … along with a tube of toothpaste, some mouthwash, and some floss. (See disclosure at the bottom of this post).
The one thing they did NOT send me – intentionally – was the charger! More on that later.
Check out the “teaser” video I posted last week on Instagram:
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I’ve been using my Oral-B Triaction 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush now for a week. One word: WOW!*
Seriously though. It’s pretty awesome. Based on how the toothbrush operates, I’m “forced” to brush for 2 full minutes – 30 seconds per quadrant. And, well, I have to admit … I’m actually enjoying brushing my teeth. Crazy, I know.
Below is a video of my first “Wow” experience with my Oral-B Triaction 1000 Rechargeable Toothbrush:
Can’t see the video? Watch it directly on YouTube!
As mentioned, they did NOT send me a charger (intentionally)! The charge will soon run out. Stay tuned over the next week or so as I’ll be creating another “OMG MY CHARGE HAS RUN OUT” video detailing what lengths I’d go to for a (re)charge.
*Yes, WOW also happens to be the name of this campaign – The WOW Experiment (aka #OralBWOW)
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