Are you looking for coupons or samples and require the Oral B customer service number? Maybe you are traveling to Europe and wonder if you can use your toothbrush charger in Paris. Is your toothbrush not brushing like it once did? Do you need to find out if the battery is replaceable? Contact Oral B customer care to answer all these questions and more.
Oral B Customer Service Number
Do you want to talk about your toothbrush? Call 800-566-7252. This number is answered Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET.
Oral B Email/Contact Form
Send an email via this contact form: https://oralb.com/en-us/contactus. Appropriate reasons to contact the company include to send a testimonial, to ask a question, to find out where to buy their product, to report a problem, or to ask about coupons or promotions. Customers may attach files to this contact form.
Oral B Mailing Address
Since Oral B is a product of Procter and Gamble, you could use their corporate address.
Procter and Gamble
1 Procter and Gamble Place
Cincinnati, OH 45202
If you wish, you could also contact the Oral B Laboratories here:
Oral B Laboratories
600 Clipper Drive
Belmont, CA 94002
Oral B Live Chat
Chat with a customer service rep by clicking here: https://oralb.com/en-us/contactus. You must be over 13 years old and agree to their terms of service before the chat begins.
Oral B Support Website
Find answers to their FAQs here: https://oralb.com/en-us/contactus. Find out what steps to take should your toothbrush quit working during the two-year warranty period. Also, find out how to get coupons or samples.
Find out where to buy an Oral B product by accessing this link: https://oralb.com/en-us/contactus.
Register your new toothbrush here: https://register.oralb.com/ – /en-US/promo/register.
Learn all about dental conditions that could result from not using an Oral B product, like black hairy tongue and teeth sensitivity here: https://oralb.com/en-us/oral-health/conditions.
Find out how to relieve your oral health issues by using an Oral B product here: https://oralb.com/en-us/oral-health/solutions. I’m sure Oral B has the solution for a black hairy tongue. At least I hope they do.
Oral B Social Media Accounts
Find out more about your toothbrush by visiting the Oral B social media accounts. Send messages to customer service reps through Facebook or Twitter. The other accounts are not linked from the Oral B webpage, but they exist. Use the links below.
Oral B Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oralb
Find out more information and send a message through this Facebook account.
Oral B Twitter: https://twitter.com/oralb
Tweet and message Oral B customer service reps through Twitter. Also, read controversial articles like whether or not you wet or do not wet your toothbrush before using it. Inquiring minds want to know.
Oral B LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/oral-b-laboratories/
Connect with an Oral B contact through LinkedIn.
Oral B Google+: https://plus.google.com/+oralb
Read how to get your little one excited about brushing his or her teeth from the Oral B Google+ page.
Oral B YouTube Channel: https://twitter.com/oralb
Watch commercials regarding Oral B products. See testimonials from people who have used the product.
About Oral B
Created and sold by Hutson toothbrush, Oral B is now a product of Procter and Gamble. The conglomerate purchased the toothbrush company in 2006. Oral B also sells toothpaste, mouthwashes, and dental floss as well as the electric toothbrushes they are famous for selling.
The toothbrush was designed in patented by a periodontitis in California. He also developed and filed for a patent for a mouthbrush. Obviously, this idea did not gain as much popularity as his first idea. You can’t win them all.
The doctor, Dr. Robert W. Hutson created the Oral B brand name. It became part of the Gillette group in 1984. Toothbrush maker Braun was also part of the Gillette group at the time. Braun started using the Oral B design for their brand during this time.
What does the B stand for in Oral B? Three guesses? Sorry, no time for guesses. It’s “brush.”