When describing their toothbrushes' pressure sensors, Oral B literature tends to use the phrases:
"when you're brushing too hard" or "if you're brushing too hard," implying that it's what the user does, not the brush. The brush just oscillates, the user creates the pressure.

In the case of the Vitality, a model that doesn't have a pressure sensor, we would think that:
1)Start the brush and listen to the level and type of sound it makes.
2)When you use the brush, listen for changes in the sounds it makes.
3)If you're using enough force that you're laboring the motor (it sounds slower or bogged down) back off.
4)Generally speaking just bring the bristles into contact with your teeth. Dental dental plaque is a soft mass. It doesn't take forceful brushing to remove it, just the motion of the bristles.

If you're considering a Vitality, keep in mind that all other Oral B's feature more effective/efficient brushing actions.

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