Flex Brush is made from flexible recycled rubber, providing more give and grip for a comfortable and effective cleaning experience. The American Dental Association®-accepted Flex Brush gently invigorates gum tissue and may reduce chronic bleeding, receding gums and enamel erosion, day after day.
Created to keep your teeth and the world clean.
From the recycled rubber handle to the vegetable-based nylon bristles, the RADIUS Flex Brush is eco-friendly from top to bottom.
- dentist recommended
“It’s fun and softer on your mouth so you're going to have a better brushing experience.”
- — Dr. Deborah Ann Klotz
“This is what they do. They make toothbrushes. And they do it superior to other toothbrush manufacturers.”
- — Dr. Robert L. Schlossberg
“It’s fun and softer on your mouth so you're going to have a better brushing experience.”— Dr. Deborah Ann Klotz
“This is what they do. They make toothbrushes. And they do it superior to other toothbrush manufacturers.”— Dr. Robert L. Schlossberg
What people are saying.
The Flex Brush is the best ever! I have used the Original Brush for years and loved them. I just got two flexes and I love them even more!
I have been using this toothbrush since I discovered it at an Albertson’s back in the mid 90s. I love the larger head, the flexible handle, and the choice of hand. Like most everyone, it took a couple of weeks to adjust to the bigger head, but once I did, it was phenomenal. I am a “vigorous” brusher, and the smaller heads on a regular toothbrush didn’t always feel like I got a thorough cleaning. I love this brush! I will be cleaning out the factory store when I visit Kutztown this fall.😁
I hate the flex brush… I ordered it by accident so it was completely my fault and have no one to blame but myself… I’ve been using radius since 1993 long before you guys had a website .. just don’t like the flex..
Great, Love the colors
The wide brush allows you to cover/brush large teeth area. Love the bright colors of the brushes.
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