Best Electric Toothbrush 2017: Buyer’s Guide & Reviews of Mar. 2017

by Steve Jackson | Last Updated March 1, 2017

Best Electric Toothbrush 2017Hello everyone! My name is Steve.

As my grandmother told me:
“If you do not have time for teeth brushing, a set of false teeth will be your best remedy for caries”.

Electric toothbrushes are not a new phenomenon, but they keep getting better with every year. When I started to thoroughly choose a toothbrush, it turned out to be a hard work.

I’ve made some Internet researches, and then I had been buying toothbrushes and testing it for a couple of months. I made the Top-10 list of the best toothbrushes, that can be bought right now, and posted it online, so that you could also use the information, gathered by me.

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I was choosing a toothbrush, that would allow me to have the maximally comfortable and nice time during the tooth brushing. Some toothbrushes from the review are expensive, but I think, that it makes more sense to overpay once, than be bored every morning and evening and stop teeth brushing, before the timer goes off. Moreover, some models are really loud. Seriously. Some toothbrushes that I’ve tried were making a sound of a dentist drill.

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Let’s not waste any more time for the long backstories and move on to the list.

Top 10 Best Electric Toothbrushes Comparison Table of 2017

Device NameTypeTimerCase 
Philips Sonicare Diamond CleanSonic toothbrushYesYesbutton
Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 (Editor’s Choice)ToothbrushInteractiveYesbutton
WATERPIK COMPLETE CARE WP-900Irrigator ToothbrushYesNobutton
Pursonic Deep Sweep 5000ToothbrushYesYesbutton
Oral-B Pro 7000 ToothbrushToothbrushYesYesbutton
Philips Sonicare FlexCare PlatinumSonic toothbrushYesYesbutton
Oral-B Power PRO 3000ToothbrushYesYesbutton
Philips Sonicare HealthyWhiteSonic toothbrushYesNobutton
Philips Sonicare Rechargeable KidsSonic toothbrushYesNobutton
WATER PIK - WP-300 Traveler IrrigatorIrrigator ToothbrushNoNobutton

Of course, what is written below is just my personal opinion, but I think, that these toothbrushes are good enough to be included in the top 10 toothbrushes of 2017.

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Further I will tell you about devices in more detail and describe my own experience with them. Run ahead I want to note that I use toothbrush Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 (#2 in rating). That’s because I like high-tech gadgets. I’m sure there will be worth competitors among participants of Best Electric Toothbrush 2018. But now it’s optimal for me among new electric toothbrushes.

 

 

 

Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean review – Best sonicare toothbrush

Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean – Best sonicare toothbrush of 2017 The first thing bursts upon the eye is materials’ quality. Certain smartphone vendors might learn a lot about usability if they just looked at package with Philips Sonicare DiamondClean. Toothbrush is placed in plastic case which obtected velvety inside, pleasant to the touch material. Additionally this material is built-in charger.

It would seem there are ordinary glass with holder as a unit. But it is built-in charger too. Firstly I thought that it’s just additional gadget. But in practice it helps keep in mind to charge the toothbrush. Therewith it looks very nice.

Supplied as a unit, two brushes have an enough solidity – not so soft but not too hard, so that there aren’t an irritation. Bristles’ tips of diamond-shaped attachments Diamond Clean will carefully and effective remove any darkening (through drinking coffee, tea, red wine and smoking cigarettes) from enamel just in one week.

Built-in generator in toothbrush Philips Sonicare produce special sound waves which drive bristles. The nature of these motions is sweeping i.e. bristles move up-down during cleaning process, doing 31 000 that motions per minute. Bristles’ beats are creating directed flow of liquid (because there are mixed toothpaste, saliva and water from brush).

We have five work programs for choosing – cleaning, whitening, odontexesis, gums massage and programs for sensitive teeth. But when you are brushing teeth you can’t see active mode. And you will not able to get back it from mouth – all will be gushed with tooth paste. However if you use toothbrush for only one mode this disadvantage will be trivial.

Unboxing Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean

DiamondClean has an new generation Li-ion battery which can work up to 21 days without recharging if you will use it twice per day during two minutes in Clean mode. Toothbrush is economic in use: any Philips Sonicare attachment will be applicable to DiamondClean.

Sound technology Sonicare is fundamental different against ultrasound technology because it work not on frequencies about 260Hz while ultrasonic brush, but on much higher frequencies – more than 20 000 Hz.

As a plus will be presence a built-in counter with few programs and 30 sec. intervals. You don’t need remember if you cleaned teeth for enough time, just set up timer on your smartphone – because toothbrush can stop working, for example, after 2 minutes of cleaning. Like a small things but very usefull.

The cost of toothbrush enough stiff but we pay high price for a premium product. Brush, which not only clean teeth much accurately than traditional solutions, which founded on acoustic cleaning technology and which can ensure perfect result with noticeably easy-to-use utilization.
Pros
Good material’s quality
Hold the charge for a long time (up to 3-th week for everyday using)
Design of charger (charges in glass)
Cleaning quality and several modes.
Cons
When you are brushing teeth you can’t see active mode.
 

Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 review – Best electric toothbrush to buy in 2017

Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 – Best electric toothbrush to buy in 2017Why does Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 a top electric toothbrush of 2017? Let’s see. Brushing your teeth is not the most exciting thing in the world. With a new electric toothbrush Braun Oral-B Genius 9000 you will take a fresh look at this routine. This innovative gadget will motivate everyone to clean their mouths, thanks to it’s interesting realization.

Henceforth, toothbrush will be watching you to clean your teeth right, just like a private doctor. The most important feature of this brand-new device is the special application, which works with your smartphone camera. This toothbrush has sensors, that will allow you to more carefully monitor the health of your teeth. If a user of Oral-B Genius misses some areas while tooth brushing, he’ll be immediately notified.

The device has a nice soft-touch coating and 12 various modes for LED lights – both children and adults will definitely find it awesome. At first sight, Oral-B Genius 9000 seems unusual when compared to traditional toothbrush, but you’ll get used to it very soon. Moreover, device can work in 6 different modes – they include three types of tooth brushing, whitening, gum cleaning and even tongue cleaning. So called «three-dimensional» technology of tooth brushing combines swinging movements with pulsation, but pulsation stops right after excessive pressure on teeth to prevent any possible damage.

The most interesting features become available after the linking toothbrush with iOS or Android smartphone via Bluetooth and installing the “Oral-B App”. Built-in sensor, which defines cleaning zones, uses this app to access the smartphone front camera, and helps to evenly clean the oral cavity.

Unboxing Oral-B Genius Pro 8000

Using the application, the “clever” toothbrush can provide the user with information about the pressure and the duration of brushing. Built-in pressure sensor slows down the speed of the head rotation to prevent premature destroying of the gum tissue. Also, for the people with bad self-discipline, there are rewards for scrupulous cleaning.

The toothbrush is equipped with a charger, a smart travel case, that is designed to charge not only the toothbrush, but also a smartphone, four extra heads with a container to keep them in, and a smartphone holder. Thanks to the vacuum cup, it is convenient to mount the holder on a mirror in the bathroom, and then it’s little remains to be done: just put in your mobile device that will show all the necessary information.

When compared to other brushes in this series, this brand-new device can work at least for 12-14 days straight without recharging, on condition that it’s being used twice a day, so Braun Oral-B Genius 9000 can be safely taken to a busyness-trip.

The new generation toothbrush Oral-B Genius 8000 is an absolute breakthrough in the teeth cleaning industry. The most advanced brush in the Oral-B lineup truly helps to clean the teeth exactly how professionals recommend doing it.

Editor’s Choice

Summing all facts in this article. I think that Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 is the best for most of users. Of course, some features may concede counterparts, but in total it is number one.

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Pros
Time flies now during the tooth brushing – 2 minutes of boring routine turned into an interesting game;
The high quality of materials and the assembly;
The high quality of the new generation tooth brushing – thanks to sensors, feelings are absolutely different now;
Fully customizable settings;
Even my dentist was impressed, when I told him about it.
Cons
You will need to deal with the software in order to explore the full capabilities of this device.
 

Most useful functions of a toothbrush.

WATERPIK COMPLETE CARE WP-900 review – Best dental care center of 2017

WATERPIK COMPLETE CARE WP-900 – Best dental care centerWaterpik brand, which is known for it’s high quality family irrigators, presents a brand-new device – the true dental care center WP-900. It includes Waterpik SR-3000 Sensonic Professional Plus toothbrush, which gives a good cleaning by using the moving bristles and is able to work in 2 modes (slow mode fits the gum tissue cleaning and massage, and the faster one is effective for the plaque removal), and a perfect stationary water flosser.

Dental care center WP-900 is able to destroy any harmful bacteria that gets in gaps between teeth or gingival pockets along the gum line. You won’t get as impressive results with an ordinary toothbrush, as you would with this device.

Water flows are massaging gums, increasing the blood supply to them and mucosa, improving the condition of oral cavity and preventing the inflammation. Studies, made by specialists, have shown that after the 2 in 1 use of irrigator and toothbrush, the plaque disappears by 99%, gums become healthier, and teeth – whiter.

Main advantages of the dental care center

WP-900 fits for the people with bracers, implants, dental bridges and other orthodontic constructions, and helps to improve the cleaning of periodontal pockets. The special orthodontic tip effectively cleans inaccessible interproximal areas.

The brush has a special timer, which shows, when to switch to the next area of brushing and also measures the minimal time you need to clean your teeth. The bristles of brush are rounded and have different lengths in order to provide the effective teeth cleaning.

A lot of toothbrush heads are included in set (I was thinking “the more is the better” when I bought it), though I used only one of them. This is an interesting gadget, but gets boring quickly. You’ll stop using its full potential after a month in the 99% of the time.

Unboxing WATERPIK COMPLETE CARE WP-900

Water flosser works in 10 modes, which gives an opportunity to smoothly regulate the water flow. The device handle has the “Pause” button on it, that can stop the flow. Water reservoir covered with a cap and has a capsule for extra toothbrush heads.

Irrigator has a button for pressure control. Capacity of reservoir is 750 ml, which is enough for a couple of uses of the water flosser.

This unique device embodies the functional mix of the powerful irrigator and the ultrasonic toothbrush, so You can be sure that your teeth are under reliable protection: buy extra heads and use both water flosser and toothbrush with your entire family!

Advantages of Waterpik Complete Care lie in its universality. Densely combining two types of irrigators, the dental care center allows to use the stationary model and the toothbrush in complex as well as separately. The device provides the optimal combination of qualified care about teeth implants, bracket systems and prostheses. Also, it guaranties fresh breath for a long time, besides the prevention of periodontal, caries and other diseases of the oral cavity.
Pros
Good price/quality ratio;
Easy to customize. Smooth regulation;
Relatively silent;
The power of the water flow is consistent with the stated (which is a rarity);
It has spare parts, that can be used without disassembling of the device.
Cons
After a month you might get bored by using it.
 

What extra features should a brush have?.

Pursonic Oral-B Deep Sweep 5000 review – Good toothbrush for travel

Pursonic Oral-B Deep Sweep 5000 – Good toothbrush for travelThis toothbrush with 3D-clean technology perform 40000 pulsating and 8800 swinging movements per minute.

It meets individual user’s needs.

Oral-B offers large variety of replaceable electric toothbrush’s attachments. All Oral-B models collocate with whole Oral-B attachments. You can choose attachment which will maximally meet your needs.

Wireless navigation device Smart Guide

Special program represents:

• current and cleaning time (cleaning timer),
• quadrant (one-fourth fraction) of oral cavity which recommends clean at the moment

High specification of quality

Сircular-shaped electric toothbrush fits requirements for professional dental instruments. Pulsating movements mellow dental deposit while swinging movements remove incrustation and massage gum for strengthen. Technology allows clean the surface of each tooth from all sides better than ordinary toothbrush.

It will show when you need replace the attachment

Special bristles, when they become colourless for a half, will remind you about attachment’s replacing (on the average – one time for 3 months).

Tooth brushing from all sides

Precision Clean attachment’s head ensures coverage of each tooth thus it demonstrates better cleaning for each tooth from all sides (in comparison with ordinary toothbrush) and massages gum for strengthen.

Careful removing of incrustation

Oral-B 3D White attachment was creating specially for careful removing of incrustation. Polishing cup-like thing in the middle of brush’s area helps regenerate natural teeth’s whiteness.

Effective cleaning of interdental spaces

FlossAction attachment provides more better cleaning than Oral-B Precision Clean attachment because yellow rubber bristles penetrate between teeth and remove incrustation thoroughly.

Careful cleaning sensitive teeth and gum

Very soft bristles of Sensitive attachment ideally suit for careful cleaning sensitive teeth and gum. Blue bristles, when they become colourless for a half, signalize about bristles’ wear and remind you need replace the attachment.

It is good budgetary brush with multiple functions and quite good material’s quality. Genius Pro 8000 is a entry-level of product line’s leader Oral-B. But it don’t have sensors. On the other hand, if you are not admirer of hi-tech technologies, it’s very good choice for day-to-day use.
Pros
Gadget with LED screen gratifies you and reminds about timely and carefully teeth’s cleaning.
It is comfortable to hold and use it.
Battery holds charge for a long time.
Cons
Battery charges for a long time (about 12 hours).
When there are two graduation lines then it’s cleaning weaker.
 

Oral-B Pro 7000 review – Soft toothbrush for sensitive teeth and gums

Oral-B Pro 7000 – Soft toothbrush for sensitive gumsOral-B Black PRO 7000 is a premium version of the popular Oral-B Triumph toothbrush. Brush combines unique design, all latest achievements of german engineers from Braun company and includes the whole Oral-B vendor’s experience of dental assessment. Oral-B Black 7000 toothbrush is equipped by technology bluetooth 4.0 for communication with your smartphone. There are one of the most effective attachment Oral-B Cross Action with brush as a unit. Cross Action attachment’s bristles are placed ideally at angle of 16 degrees for deep cleaning of interdental spaces.

Bluetooth connection allows to synchronize brush with freeware Oral-B App (applicable for iOS and Android only). It gives ability to choose individual cleaning’s program (including matching products for complex care and advices about using of dental floss and dental rinser). Cleaning’s results are presented by the graphics. These outputs allow track the process by you and your attending doctor. This application shows actual news, weather forecast, forthcoming meetings and another add-ins by the cleaning process. It helps clean teeth no less than twice a day for 2 minutes.

This brush was positioning as a product line’s leader. But now it losing their positions against high-level Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 brush. But if you want to buy electric toothbrush for sensitive teeth and gums, you need pay attention to less expensive models like Oral-B Deep Sweep 5000+ or lower.

Cleaning’s 3D technology mixes swinging and pulsating movements: second ones carefully mellow incrustation while first ones sweep it and massage gum. Oral-B brand was founding on 1950 in California. Together with Braun they produce electric toothbrushes for a more than 50 years. They improve their own technologies at every turn. Oral-B is a leader in toothbrush manufacturing field which recommended by the most dentists (according to the researches were passing on 2011-2012 by Attitude Measurement Corporation agency amongst representative dentist’s sampling).

Electric toothbrush for sensitive teeth.

When we finally try to look for the electric toothbrush for sensitive teeth and receding gums we were cautious. A lot of times gum problems could be ideal dealt with using a manual toothbrush. However today’s technology has allowed companies to give a much bigger variety of devices ideal for people who have problems with teeth or gum problems. In combination with the very sensitive brush heads and also a premium quality toothpaste you can get good results very quickly.

Our general champion, the Oral-B Pro 7000 professional care gives many wonderful functions as detailed below and it is included with our major recommendation!

The Sonic Diamond Clean, our second place model type, and also will make sure you get an excellent clean using a soft touch.

All attachments are equipped with blue bristles Indicator for help you to remember when you need do replacing (about 3 monthes if you clean twice a day for 2 minutes).

Six modes allow clean not only teeth and gum but all oral cavity. Most popular modes are standart, whitening, massage and delicate clean. Developers spared their attention to sensitive teeth.

By the experience of using electric toothbushes I can say: it is good device. However it isn’t top-of-the-line. For innovation’s and technologies’ amateurs I recommend Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 to consider – current brush cannot be compared with it in questions of functionality. Toothbrush is fulfilled out of premium materials.
Pros
Comfortable design and qualitative materials.
Qualitative no-float assembly.
Multiple functions.
Wireless battery, Bluetooth.
Cons
If without smartphone there isn’t user-friendly interface.
Charging is long.
Excessive functionality (90% consumers won’t use it).
 

Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum review – New electric toothbrush for bleeding gums

Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum – Rechargeable toothbrushElectric toothbrush Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum has stylish design. Unique cleaning technology Sonicare, which produces foam from toothpaste, saliva and oxygen, not only allows you to brush your teeth in the most effective way possible, but also helps to clean interproximal spaces and the most inaccessible areas. Housing of the toothbrush is made of the high quality plastic, that doesn’t slide in the hand while brushing and prevents any possibility to damage gums and teeth.

The toothbrush is equipped with the battery indicator, which will inform you about the need to recharge the battery with the red light. The full battery charge allows you to brush your teeth for 21 days straight on condition that it’s being used twice a day. Cleaning modes are also listed on the body of the toothbrush, and every of them is lit after you choose it.

There are two heads in the set: a small one and a big one. The small head seemed uncomfortable to me. Vibration of the brush is pretty strong, so you will have to get used to it. Any awkward movement – and there are splashes of toothpaste all over your bathroom. After extended use the gap between gray and white parts of the brush becomes covered with dirt, and it’s not that easy to clean it up.

Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum came out in 2014 and was the best electric toothbrush of this year. It has a number of advantages over the earlier models. The toothbrush became more functional thanks to the indicator of pressure on teeth. Vibrations will signalize you about the excessive pushing.

The toothbrush modes are defined on 3 levels of intensity, so every mode has another 3 levels of intensity that is regulated by the special button on the front of the brush. In order to provide even more comfort, there is an Easy-start function, which regulates intensity of the cleaning, gradually increasing it during the first two weeks.
Unique InterCare heads are made of rounded bristles, that doesn’t damage gums or scratch the tooth enamel. Rows of bristles are placed in the special way, which will allow to carefully clean interproximal spaces and the teeth gum line.

3 working modes:

The brush has two heads – standard head and a compact one. The bristles on them are rounded and doesn’t damage gums or tooth enamel. The blue bristles are made both for a careful plaque removal and as a wear indicator. Color change of the bristles will notify you to change the head. Improved head technology with a chosen working mode allows to whiten the teeth to the natural state for 28 days.

The brush has a patented sonic technology SoniCare, which provides unmatched cleaning effect. Furthermore, it’s cheaper than the top model – Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean. A good budget choice for the care of your teeth.
Pros
A comfortable grip;
Excellent equipment! Timer + whitening mode;
Has an accustoming mode;
It’s easy to change the heads.
Fully customizable settings;
Even my dentist was impressed, when I told him about it.
Cons
One of the heads seemed not very comfy to me;
It’s unusual after the regular toothbrush.
 

Oral-B Power PRO 3000 review – Аutomatic battery powered toothbrush

Oral-B Power PRO 3000 – Аutomatic battery powered toothbrushThe new model of a modern electric toothbrush ORAL-B Trizone 3000 will be a good choice for those, who are used to take care about the purity of their oral cavity and the whiteness of their smile, while saving money. This toothbrush has 3 replaceable heads, each of them providing its own type of use – removing plaque from the enamel, polishing and soft whitening of the teeth, cleaning out food debris from the interproximal areas. ORAL-B Trizone 3000 was the best electric toothbrush of 2015 because it is equipped with a countdown timer of the duration of brushing and a pressure sensor – that provides great result after every use. The brush of this model can work on the power of the Internal battery up to 28 minutes without additional recharge.

Three-zone cleaning technology: the Power Tip bristles clean inaccessible areas, stationary pulsating bristles carefully clean the main surface of the teeth, and the lengthy rotary pulsating bristle gets in the interproximal area. Bristles get deep into the gaps between the teeth, removing up to 100% more plaque when compared to an ordinary toothbrush without changeable cleaning technique.

The front part of a head is moving and has lengthy bristles, that allows to reach even the farthest teeth without the need to widely open the mouth. I think, that it’s very comfortable.

The head is designed for three months of use (on average), on condition that we will brush our teeth for 2 minutes twice a day. This brush also has an indicator of wear. Here’s how discolored bristle looks after 3 months of use.
Charger. After the brush, which worked on the batteries, this one seemed to me as the most comfortable toothbrush in the world. You don’t even need to think about batteries or accumulators, that are getting lost all the time. One charge is enough for me for a week of use.

A good budget toothbrush for the whole family. It holds a good charge and there’s not a single problem after a year of use.
Pros
A short cord for the charger;
Nicely holds a charge;
3 modes of cleaning.
Cons
It’s a bit unusual to grip, since the handle is a lot thicker;
Not a very good quality of a rubber layer on the front of the brush, on which the button is placed;
It takes a long time to charge it.
 

Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite review – Best low cost sonic toothbrush 2017

Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite – Best Sonicare toothbrushPhilips Sonicare HealthyWhite is packed in a bright box, which contains: a toothbrush handle, Philips ProResults toothbrush head, a charger, that is also a stand for the brush itself and a pair of heads, travel toothbrush case for the brush and heads, and various papers (manual, warranty card and certificate of conformity).

The handle immediately draws attention: it’s made from plastic and soft rubber. Materials don’t have any roughness or scratches. It feels weighty in hand (of course it does – after the use of a regular plastic toothbrush), but it’s not hard to hold. At least, during the two minutes, that takes to clean the teeth, the hand doesn’t get tired. The assembly quality is on top, everything fits together just perfectly. Of course, the handle is waterproofed.

The head is easily placed on a metal pin, leaving a small gap. It may scare at first: is it a defect? No way! This is made on purpose to provide some space for vibration.

In total, Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite creates a very nice impression of a high quality device. Also, it works just fine.

Though my toothbrush worked fine during tests, there are many reports on the internet stating that this model shuts off right after the last day of warranty. The price of this brush looks good, but if you’re going to buy it, check out reviews first.

Sonic brush Sonicare HealthyWhite HX6731/02 will surprise even those, who already had experience with an electric toothbrush and got used to its noise. The Philips device resembles the sound of a dental machine – but it’s much quieter. But forget about uneasy associations! The brushing procedure is absolutely painless.

Indeed, the first impression was right: it’s very comfortable to use the toothbrush, and the rubber handle doesn’t slide even in wet hands.

One cycle of cleaning lasts for 2 minutes. This is exactly how long dentists recommend to do it. But there’s one thing: for the manual brush 2 minutes is a required minimum. To carefully remove the tooth plaque, one should spend around 10-15 seconds on each tooth. So, you’ll need at least 5 minutes with a manual toothbrush. It’s long. Especially in the morning, when you’re late for work or studies and each minute is precious. Sonic toothbrush helps to save time.

During the brushing, every 30 seconds there will be a sound signal, which warns you that you should start to clean the next zone of the oral cavity. Begin with the outer surface of the upper teeth, then clean the inner surface and go to the next jaw. After the whole cycle the toothbrush will turn off automatically.

There’s one more moment: many people are interested, if they can use a sonic brush with braces or dental fillings. Philips Sonicare can be safely used to clean the repaired parts of teeth (fillings and crowns), implants, orthodontic constructions: braces, retainers and so on (in this case service time of the head will decrease).

Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite indeed cleans well: teeth are smooth and shiny. Also, the whitening can be seen – after a couple of uses the tooth enamel gains natural whiteness (it’s looks not as good, as after a procedure from dentist, but still notably). Interdental spaces are being cleaned too: there’s almost no work left for irrigator and dental floss.
Pros
It holds charge for a long time, so you can take it with you to a short trip without a charger;
Includes a comfy case.
Cons
Removable heads are expensive;
Poorly designed power button;
Low durability.
 

Philips Sonicare Rechargeable Kids review – Electric toothbrush for 18 month old kids

Philips Sonicare Rechargeable Kids – Best electric toothbrush for kidsHow did this toothbrush get into the review? The answer is that I have an experience with it. I don’t make experiments on my son the same way i do on myself, so there will be only one kids toothbrush in my review.

Philips Sonicare For Kids – it is a baby toothbrush for the children below 4. It provides the maximum plaque removal and has a sonic technology, individual stickers and educational accessories, that are meant for development of the tooth brushing skills, that will be remembered for the entire life.

Two sizes of brush heads

Philips Sonicare is the best electric toothbrush for kids because it has brushes of two sizes, that are designed specially for the careful cleaning and protection of the growing teeth.

KidPacer plays funny ringtones

Funny ringtones inspire children to careful tooth brushing for the duration of two minutes (according to recommendations of dentists).

KidTimer allows to increase the cleaning time

In order to help a kid get used to everyday oral hygiene routine, the electric toothbrush gradually increases the duration of cleaning in 90 days. As a result, naturally develops a good habit of brushing the teeth for 2 minutes (according to recommendations of dentists). Careful and effective tooth brushing is provided by 2 power consumption modes, that are safe for the kids.

It was liked by my kid, since it was a funny game at first. Me and my wife have an ordinary white toothbrush, so he had never expressed a desire to brush his teeth. With this one we don’t have any problems!

The toothbrush has two modes, that are safe for the children, so it guaranties the proper tooth brushing according to the age. The gentle cleaning mode is meant for the babies, and the intensive cleaning mode is used by the older kids.

Funny removable stickers for an individual design.

Now your baby can design his brush himself, making it unique.

Non-slip shape

A reliable handle lets babies keep toothbrush in an upright position and apply toothpaste in a horizontal position.

Dynamic liquid flow Sonicare clears the interdental spaces

Unique dynamic technology carefully and effectively clears the interdental spaces and gum lines.

Rubberized top of the replaceable head for the safe brushing of the children’s teeth.

Rubberized cleaning head of the electric toothbrush is made to protect the growing teeth.

The main requirement was a presence of timer. Now my child knows for sure, for how long he should brush his teeth. Previously, he would make a couple of movements and state that he has finished. The kid likes stickers, and the toothbrush has a comfortable holder.
Pros
Funny ringtones;
Timer;
Comfy holder.
Cons
There are none. He likes everything about it.
 

WATER PIK – WP-300 Traveler review – Best electric toothbrush for braces

WATER PIK – WP-300 Traveler – Best toothbrush for bracesIf you’re looking for a simple and comfortable device, that would provide the high quality of oral hygiene – Waterpik WP 300 water flosser is made for you. This device is high powered, which allows to effectively clean the oral cavity from bacteria, food debris and plaque.

Waterpik WP-300 irrigator will become your indispensable assistant in travelling.

WP 300 water flosser can be easily put in a bag for transportation. The irrigator is compact, which gives an additional convenience on travel and in the small bathrooms.

Despite the fact that this water flosser is twice smaller than stationary models, its engine offers 1200 pulsating jets per minute. The water pressure is regulated in the range from 70 to 550 kPa. The low level of noise, which Waterpik 300 creates, makes the procedure of cleaning teeth more enjoyable, as evidenced by the numerous of positive reviews. Waterpik WP-300 Traveler irrigator is the quietest, when compared with the other company devices.

If a piece of it breaks – you’ll have to buy the new one. During the time of use, the flexible tube has cracked along the handle for a couple of times, so I had to shorten the already short tube.

“Traveler” water flosser is made specially for those, who frequently travel and yet want to have the advantage of a stationary irrigator – the high water pressure. The water pressure excellently provides food debris removal from the interdental spaces, prevents tartar buildup, strengthens the gums, helps to get rid of bad breath (halitosis).

Thanks to 1200 pulsating jets per minute, that this device provides, and the powerful water stream, which nicely cleans plaque and food debris from the most inaccessible areas, WaterPik WP 300 water flosser, which you can buy at an affordable price, excellently fits for those, who wears various orthodontic appliances, such as crowns or braces.

Dentists don’t recommend to use an irrigator with ordinary water. It cleans food debris well, but, unfortunately, it’s not able to destroy harmful bacteria – that are the source of gingivitis, periodontitis, and caries. That’s why oral balms are so advisable to use.

Waterpik 300 water flosser has a comfortable long cord, which will reach to even the farthest power socket, and a universal adapter.

It has a good price/quality ratio and completely serves its purpose. The device is very compact, light and it is easy to get used to it. It perfectly cleans the interdental areas (replacing the dental floss), massages gums very good and excellently clears plaque, caused by food.
Pros
It’s compact;
Has lots of heads.
Cons
Quality of assemblage is poor;
High risk of breakage.
 

Why ultrasound toothbrushes and ionic toothbrushes are not in my list?

Ultrasonic toothbrush

Ultrasound toothbrushes produce oscillatory waves with high frequency (ultrasound). This waves are transmitted to the bristles of toothbrush thus they begin oscillate with high frequency too. Bristles on a electronic toothbrush part oscillate about 100 000 000 times per minute while domestic ones – 15000-30000 times/min.

Using of such brush reduces lifetime of dental fillings, veneers, crowns as well as it can destroy demineralized areas of dental enamel. It will be better to do teeth’s cleaning with ultrasound by specialist in his dental surgery. Don’t try experimentation with your health at home.

Ionic toothbrush

Ionic toothbrush label as electric toothbrush by the operating principle. The fact of the matter is that ionizing engine work on battery integrated in toothbrush’s handle. It can be legacy small-factor battery which we can find in electric wristwatch or small solar-cell (like in calculators) integrated in toothbrush’s handle.

According to vendors as more intense the ion flux strength as high the neutralization of acid in oral cavity, as high dissociation speed of calcium and fluorine compounds to active ions. Difference between charges of dental enamel and microbes is becoming high too. It permit to remove the last more efficiently from enamel’s surface.

But actually I didn’t feel any difference. Still brushing teeth on prescribed time by ionic toothbrush is considerable more tiresome thing than by modern electric one. Therefore I did not include this kind of toothbrushes in rating.

Why is it so hard to choose it?

It’s believed, that the effectiveness of tooth brushing heavily depends on two factors: the first one is if you know, how to brush your teeth right, and the second one – what toothbrush do you use. The wrong choice of the cleaning device can cause a lot of harm: damage the enamel, cause gums microtraums, develop stomatitis and other troubles. Therefore, before you start choosing the toothbrush that is the best for you, first of all, check the state of your gums, the amount of plaque and the presence of orthodontic appliances, such as veneers, crowns and dental implants.

After you identify (you should better do it with a dentist) the problems you’ll have to deal with, you can start looking for a suitable toothbrush. There are plenty of brands: Phillips Sonicare, WATER PIK, Oral B and many more. All of them offer different models and modifications of toothbrushes. Let’s find out, what are the differences between a sonic brush and an electric brush and how do they impact on the oral hygiene.

Buying guide. How to buy toothbrush for home?

Electric toothbrushes in the right hands can effectively clean all of your 32 teeth for only a couple of minutes. Different heads and lots of working modes allows you to choose the most appropriate model.

Types

There are three types of electric toothbrushes – normal, sonic and ultrasonic.

Head of an ordinary electric brush makes several rotating movements per minute. Such simple electrical toothbrushes are much cheaper, than sonic and ultrasonic models, but they barely remove plaque, especially in the inaccessible areas.
Sonic brushes do 20 000 – 30 000 vibration movements per minute, cleaning teeth much carefully. Sonic wave from the vibrating head is able to get under gum tissue up to 5 mm, that allows to remove plaque from the unseen parts of the tooth. Such toothbrushes are recommended to people, suffering from diseases of oral cavity, that limit the use of the ultrasound models.

Top 4 best sonicare (sonic) toothbrushes of 2017

  1. Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean – Best sonicare toothbrush of 2017
  2. Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum – Rechargeable sonic toothbrush
  3. Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite – Best low cost sonic toothbrush of 2017
  4. Philips Sonicare Rechargeable Kids – Electric toothbrush for kids of 2017

Ultrasonic toothbrushes give the best result of the plaque removal. Besides standard and sonic methods, they are able to clean teeth not mechanically, but by generating ultrasound, which destroys plaque and tartar, but leaves the enamel untouched. However, you’ll need to consult with dentist before buying it, due to the possible medical contraindications.

An irrigator – is a device for the oral hygiene. It uses thin liquid jets under the high pressure to clean teeth and massage gums. Water flossers are used against stomatitis, caries and gum diseases, and also to get rid of the bad breath and remove plaque.

Most popular types of electric toothbrushes.

The number of heads

Many electrical toothbrushes have extra heads of different colors – for every member of a family. Standard toothbrush heads differ by the stiffness of bristle. The soft bristle is recommended for children and people with hypersensitive teeth. The medium bristle is recommended for people with healthy teeth. The hard bristle can only be used under a dentist recommendation.

In addition to a several identical heads, the set might include extra ones. The whitening head (meant for smokers and coffee lovers) has soft polishing pieces. The head for the gum massage (which is recommended for people, suffering from periodontal disease) has rubber inserts around the bristles. The interdental head (for those, who wear braces or have wide gaps between the teeth) has a thin beam of bristles, that is able to penetrate in gaps between the teeth, removing plaque in places, invisible to the eye. Standard and optional heads can also be purchased separately.

What is the best toothbrush shape?

Models that has round heads and side-to-side oscillations tend to be better simply because they hug your tooth when they brush, making sure it’s cleaning from the multiple side.

Working modes

Some of the models of electric toothbrushes have an ability to switch modes of speed and types of the head motion. The low speed mode is recommended for people with sensitive teeth and bleeding gums. It’s recommended to clean braces, lumineers or veneers at the low speed. Standard mode is suitable for the most people with healthy teeth. The whitening mode has the increased intensity of vibration or the head rotation.

Power type

All electric brushes are powered by batteries or accumulators. Cordless models are more expensive, but more economical, though they are a little heavier. Typically, one battery charge is enough to provide a few days to a whole week of daily cleaning by the all family members, and the time of charging the battery ranges from 2 to 12 hours.

Portable models of irrigators have a built-in accumulator – they can be used not only at home, but also can be taken to a cottage or on a trip. Water flossers of this type are light and compact, but just as effective as stationary models. Typically, each device has a set of different sized heads, that allows it to be used by the all family members.

For kids

It’s recommended for children to use the special kid’s toothbrushes. When compared to the adult models, they have a smaller head size and a softer bristle. Models for kids vary widely, depending on the age of the child, for which the brush is designed. Usually, the age category is specified by the manufacturer on the packaging. For the older kids, the bristles may be stiffer, and the brush head may rotate faster.

Lifetime Guarantee

You can find a Lifetime Guarantee by simply agreeing to have new toothbrush heads shipped to your family ats some time periods. If something wrong happens using your toothbrush, you will get it fixed as well as exchanged using the Lifetime Guarantee. This specific program had been restricted to the United States and Canada, and used to have the bad result of limiting sales in those locations.

Additional functions

Pressure sensor warns about the excessive pressure of the bristle on the surface of teeth, which helps to prevent damaging of enamel or gums. This feature is useful for children and people with sensitive teeth, for whom the strong pressure on a tooth even for a short time can be painful.

The charge Indicator tells you, when you need to replace the batteries or recharge the accumulator. This addition is especially useful when traveling.

Some of the toothbrush heads have bristles, painted in a special bright color, which erases with time. It’s time to change the head, when the color of these special bristles becomes the same as the other bristles. It is necessary for hygienic purposes, as well as for the more efficient use of a toothbrush.

Expensive toothbrushes are equipped with a display, which is located either on the handle of the brush, or installed independently on a shelf, a sink or a wall. The display shows information about the tooth brushing time, the charge indicator and the wear of the head.

Who invented the toothbrush, and when was it invented?

In the era of ultrasonic and electric toothbrushes, can you imagine your life without this small and extremely irreplaceable hygienic tool? Only 75 years ago people could only dream or guess about the more or less modern toothbrush.

William Edis has established the first-ever production of toothbrushes in the United Kingdom only in the 1780. However, the patent for a toothbrush was obtained after 70 years (in the 1850) in the United States. It was granted to the unknown H. N. Wadsworth. But the mass production in the United States only started after 35 years – in 1885. It must be noted, that handles of these brushes were made from bones of the Siberian wild boar, and bristles were made from its hair.

The still known Oral-B brand presented and released on the mass market the toothbrush only in the 1938. The toothbrush bristle wasn’t animal, but was made of nylon – a synthetic material.

The world’s first electric toothbrush appeared in the 1959. In decades, the world has learned that there is also a sonic toothbrush.

Today the market is filled with offers of toothbrushes, mouthwashes, toothpastes and tooth whitening creams from various brands.

Let me show you a bit of the history. Here are my 2014-2016 ratings.

Top electric toothbrushes of 2014.

Having completed a lot of research already with regards to the greatest (and worst) electric toothbrushes currently available, I made a decision to pool every piece of information I’d collected in one central place. When i was in the running to get a new rechargeable electric toothbrush myself I think this could be useful for all the people too, like i kept changing my mind as I analyzed one electric toothbrush and then the next.

As a result, I chose to look at a logical approach to this workout and analysed the shedload of functions for everybody electric toothbrush, scored all of them, totted all of the scores up and released my personal top three:

Oral-B ProfessionalCare SmartSeries 5000
Philips Sonicare HX6972 Flexcare Plus
OralB SmartSeries 4000

Good Electric toothbrushes of 2015.

Let’s look at completely details why the above-stated electric toothbrushes are our top choices.

Instantly, allow me to share the top 3 electric toothbrushes as reviewed from customer feedback and rankings.

Oral-B 7000 Precision Black
Oral-B 5000 Professional Healthy Clean
Philips Sonicare Flexcare HX6921/30

It’s also worth mentioning that when you are looking a brush for children, the Philips Sonicare for Kids HX6311/07 has trumped those offered by other manufacturers.

Using the list above, 2 manufacturers have got fight the actual – Philips and Oral-B. But it’s also important to remember that does not all items produced by these companies stay just as well among end customers.

Best Electric toothbrushes of 2016.

Which electric toothbrush is the greatest? I got myself and analyzed three of the most beneficial products in the marketplace and put all of them through a group of head-to-head tests to find out which electric toothbrush taken away competition. I invested close to fifty working hours checking these items, analyzing everything from their plaque-removal prowess to life of the battery to figure out the ratings. I also sacrificed individual teeth’s health, consuming as many sweet food as I possibly can, to build up all of that oral plaque to completely clean off – all in the work to find out what electric toothbrush is the greatest. Continue reading to find out which unit is better fit for the white teeth.

Oral-B Genius Pro 8000
Oral-B 5000 Professional Healthy Clean with Bluetooth Connectivity
Waterpik Complete Care 5.0

Electric toothbrush vs normal brush: which Is better?

Benefits of electric over manual:

For those who can’t choose which model of electric toothbrush will be the best one for yourself, take a look at a couple benefits associated with electric toothbrushes. Their main negative thing is the cost. But mainly because visits to the dentist office aren’t inexpensive, electric toothbrushes can help you save cash on long term.

Preventing diseases and oral plaque: Dental diseases plus oral plaque can be transformed into a big problem for your health and budget because going to a dentist office certainly isn’t cheap.

Efficiency: We’re likely to be honest. Manual toothbrushes are usually almost just like effective as electrical types. But research has shown that much more than 60% of people don’t work with the correct brushing system (based on many scientific studies), there is a large chance that you’re one of these people. Electric toothbrushes are engineered to take away the human factor, and also to constantly give you the best brushing process.

Protection: Aggressive brushing may be the major factor of gum problems. Additionally, it can result in problems with teeth enamel, so when enamel is gone, this can’t be fixed without having to spend large sums of money in the dentist’s office.

Different brushing modes: The top-end electric toothbrushes function assortment of various brushing modes. Many are ideal for teeth bleaching, many are special for sensitive teeth, plus some appear to be great for every day. Simply push for the button on the electric toothbrush handle and totally customize brushing experience based on your requirements and current mood.

Kids: Probably the most common queries about electric toothbrushes is “Can our children make use of them?”. The correct answer is yes. A lot of them are created thinking about children. Their main advantage is usually that most of kids really like to use them, and they also assist them overcoming their fears of the dental offices for some point. If you’re searching to find electric toothbrush for children, you are welcome to take a look at our guide. But remember that they aren’t good for kids younger than three years old.

Price: This could be the only real area in which electric toothbrushes don’t succeed when compared with manual ones. Manual toothbrushes cost nearly $10 on average while electric ones cost around $200. However, the lowest priced models just cost you a small fraction of the price. When you are with limited funds, you should check out some of our advised low-cost electric toothbrushes, which means you won’t need to hurt your wallet.

Choosing a toothbrush stiffness

Bristle stiffness depends on its fiber diameter – the bigger diameter means the harder stiffness.

A toothbrush stiffness is necessarily written on its box. It may be ultra soft (extra soft), soft, medium, hard and ultra hard (extra hard). The ultra soft bristle is recommended for children under 5 and people with hypersensitive teeth. The soft bristle is recommended for children from 5 to 12 and people with bleeding, swelling or tender gums or the hard tooth tissue reduction. The medium bristle fits children above 12 and adults.

Hard and ultra hard toothbrushes can only be used under a dentist recommendation, since they can traumatize gum and cause the hard tooth tissue reduction, and their bristles aren’t flexible enough to penetrate into the interdental spaces and under the gums.

The American Dental Association (ADA) tests toothbrushes to ensure safety and effective cleaning. You can read ADA tips for choosing the right toothbrush.

How to sanitize a toothbrush?

Toothbrush sanitizing is something that we often ignore or underestimate. But if you’d looked at a Petri dish, which contained all bacteria from your toothbrush, you would be afraid to brush your teeth next time, before sanitizing it.
A toothbrush is one of the things, that you use every day and which requires sanitizing, since it’s used to remove bacteria and microbes from your teeth, and the ordinary water is not effective to wash it. Running water doesn’t sanitize toothbrush bristles. In fact, it’s said, that washing a toothbrush with water gives the same effect, as you’d get without cleaning it at all.

Ways to sanitize a toothbrush

Antiseptic mouthwash: Dip the toothbrush in antiseptic mouthwash for about 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, remove the toothbrush from mouthwash, wash it with normal or hot water and let it dry. Do not put your toothbrush in a case without letting it dry. Antiseptic mouthwashes help to destroy bacteria and microbes and sanitize your toothbrush.
Microwave: Place your toothbrush in a microwave for about 15 seconds. It is found that the radiation, emitted by microwaves, destroy bacteria and microbes on a toothbrush.

Dishwasher: According to tests, sanitizing toothbrush in a dishwasher provides the most effective results of removing bacteria, when compared to washing in the hot water or under the strong pressure.

Boiling: One more way to effectively sanitize a toothbrush is a traditional boiling in a container, full of water. Boil the brush of about 15 minutes, and then let it dry. The only flaw of this method is that toothbrush bristle wears down quicker, than it normally would. Moreover, this method can’t be used to sanitize an electric toothbrush.

Toothbrush sanitizer: Lots of various toothbrush sanitizers are available on market. They come in the form of toothbrush holders, cases, or small sterilizing capsules for toothbrush heads.

Ultraviolet sterilization lamp: You can also sterilize your toothbrush, using ultraviolet sanitizer. To use an UV toothbrush cleaner, you need to turn over the toothbrush and put it in it. The cover of the device is transparent, so its light tells you, if it’s working or not. Sterilization lasts for about 10 minutes, and the device will automatically turn off afterwards.

Steam and dry heat sterilization: There are other electronic disinfecting devices, that sanitize toothbrushes with steam and dry heat.

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2): You can sanitize your toothbrush by keeping it in a hydrogen peroxide solution. You need to renew it every day, so this is not a very comfortable method.

White vinegar: Pour some white vinegar in a clean container and place a flipped over toothbrush in it. This procedure helps to disinfect a toothbrush, but it isn’t 100% effective.

Author’s choice – Philips Sonicare UV Sanitizer

Using of electric toothbrush

Before you will start cleaning

Before you will start cleaning, don’t forget to ask your dentist about cleaning guidelines. Also it can be helpful to learn instruction attached to electric toothbrush. For a start you need to spread a little fluorine’s toothpaste on the attachment’s head (don’t forget to replace it every 3 months).

Twice per day for 2 minutes

For a proper teeth’s cleaning you have to clean them at least for 2 minutes. You need use recommended technique of cleaning that includes 30 seconds for cleaning every segment of your mouth (top-right, top-left, bottom-right, bottom-left) twice per day – in the morning and in the evening.

Majority of electric toothbrushes have a built-in two-minutes’ timer and some of them – professional 30-seconds’ timer for timing on a every oral cavity’s quadrant.

Best cleaning technique by electric toothbrush

If you use such brush you don’t need to press strongly or polish teeth. Just direct brush when you are doing cleaning. Some toothbrushes have pressure sensors which signalize if you press teeth too strongly when clean.

Teeth require regular cleaning in order to their surface stay snow-white and your breathing can be comparable with fresh mint flavor. You already know old-time ordinary toothbrushes. Now you have been buying electric toothbrush but don’t know what to do first. Read next for find out how to use it!

Best teeth brushing technology of 2017.

Step-by-step guide

1

Charge it. Without power your electric toothbrush will be just ordinary brush. Don’t forget to connect it with charger or to replace batteries on time when notice it is discharged. Holds charger near to the washbasin thereby it can be easy to reach it, but not too near thereby it won’t fall in washbasin and won’t cause a short circuit.

2

Maintain your brush in good state. There have to be soft nylon bristles in your electric toothbrush. These bristles will wear out for a few months of regular using and will be less effective. Therefore replace the brush or it’s attachment when just noted unavoidable defects.

Regular replacing of brush will be helpful not only for teeth’ cleaning but for yours hygiene too. Passed researches showed that toothbrush becomes as home for thousands microbes – in most cases harmless but frequent replacing of brushes will help you avoiding probable problems.
3

Moisten your toothbrush. Squeeze a little toothpaste on the brush out. Excessive quantity of paste can lead to plentiful foaming What made you spit out very quick and finish teeth’s cleaning before it’s required.

4

Split your oral cavity for a quarters: top and bottom parts, left and right sides. Start from top quarter, on a gum level, holds the brush by the angle of 45 degree. Make an little effort and pass small circles by brush covers few teeth at a time. Working bristles of electric brush will make cleaning’s basic effort.

5

Clean your teeth thoroughly. Spend about 30 seconds for every quarter’s cleaning. Clean inside and outside, between teeth as well as chewing’s surfaces. In whole you will spend 2-3 minutes, at the most. Too strong effort can damage your gum or wear dental enamel untimely. Therewith if you start clean your teeth right after meal with high acidity, or drinking juice like orange, or drinking lemonade, it can damage enamel. It will be better to wait for 30-60 seconds before start teeth’s cleaning.

6

Clean your tongue. You will get rid of bacteria which cause bad breath. Don’t clean too aggressive otherwise there is a risk of tongue’s surface corruption.

7

Rinse your oral cavity out. For it just fill your mouth with some water, gargle and spit out. Even there are debates about practicability of gargling after cleaning. Certain ones think that fluorine contained in paste cures teeth pretty good. Another ones think that it can just harm. Some just don’t like the taste of toothpaste! If your teeth subject to fractures’ appearance, it can be better don’t gargle mouth or use a little water for it – that will keep some cure’s fluorine in your mouth.

There are researches about oral cavity’s gargling after teeth’s cleaning don’t affect to fluorine’s quantity which effect on teeth’s enamel.

8

Rinse your toothbrush. Take the brush and rinse it with sheet of water for a few seconds. Place it on the board by bristle’s upwards in order that it will be able to dry out.

9

Finish the cleaning by the fluorid dental rinser (if needed). Feel your mouth with some mouthwashes, gargle for about 30 seconds and spit out. Be carefull – don’t swallow it by the process.

10

Place brush on the board or battery. When you charge the brush you will sure of it’s readiness by necessity. If the brush is already fully charged than disconnect the battery. It will economize the electricity.

Advices

  • Make sure you cleaned every part of every tooth well.
  • Clean teeth at least twice per day or after every meal.
  • Don’t forget about dental floss!

Today electric toothbrushes oscillate at speed 3000-7500 beats per minute; sonic brushes do up to 30 000 beats compared with ordinary brushes which oscillate at speed about 600 beats per minute. However newest researches show that using of ordinary toothbrushes is none worse than using of modern electric ones. Key to success – regular and effective habit to clean teeth.

Final Words – Conclusion

When choosing a toothbrush, you should pay attention to the following moments:

Technically and functionally reach electric toothbrushes does great benefit for the oral cavity hygiene. Some of them can even help you to improve your dental care habits.

After the morning and the evening tooth brushing you need to also clean your tongue – this is where the 60% of harmful bacteria are piling up, that can cause the gum inflammation and increase the risk of caries. Of course, you can just wash your tongue with a clean wet toothbrush, or turn it over and use its special tongue scrapper.

A toothbrush gets dirty very easily. You need to keep it perfectly clean. You should clear the bristles from food debris, toothpaste and plaque. Afterwards, your toothbrush must nicely dry up.

Furthermore, for the right and the complete oral cavity hygiene, twice a year you need to take procedures of the professional tooth cleaning by a dentist.

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29 Responses to Best Electric Toothbrush 2017: Buyer’s Guide & Reviews of Mar. 2017

  1. Grom Hellscream says:

    Thanks for the article. I look forward to picking up one of these later for Christmas.

  2. Jacob says:

    I read (most) of the article and couldn’t figure out what “SmartSeries” actually does, is it just having an extra button for the modes or the indicator that you need a new head, or something else? I don’t care for the head replacement warning, though having an extra button is nice. On my 3000 it’s annoying that to turn it off I have to press the button three times and cycle through the modes.

  3. Matthew says:

    I think that an e-brush is very expensive about 2500% of a regular brush and it is somehting that many people purchase. I think this is somehting that should be tested and rated.

  4. Joshua says:

    Looking forward to a review on “Water Flossers” or Dental irrigators. My kids dentist recommended them over traditional floss. There are so many of them available! 😉

  5. Emma says:

    This article is remiss in not dealing with the huge issue of replacing batteries. The built-in obsolescence in all these brushes is both an environmental evil and an economic abuse. Imagine if a few torch manufacturers managed to corner the market, form an oligopoly and start making torches which you had to throw away once the battery died. That’s what we have here with this lot.

  6. Emily says:

    While there is some cost and effort required on your part, you might consider investigating the details of the Oral-b Money-back Satisfaction Guarantee (so you can strictly adhere to them) and then buy the model you’re hoping will work and test it for yourself. If it doesn’t, take advantage of their return policy. Having said that, you can’t go wrong with a Sonicare. Those are good brushes, just different.

  7. Ethan says:

    Would anyone like to recommend me a new electric toothbrush? I have an Oral B one that I’ve had about 8 years and I like it’s 2 minute timer but I’m guessing there are better additional features available than that now!
    I’ve got a small jaw with teeth close together so one good (or with heads available) for getting into those little gaps would be good. Also one with magical whitening properties would be fantastic! Anyone got any suggestions? Thanks.

    • Joseph says:

      If you have the money then a sonicare is the best.

      I always feel oral Bs become less powerful so quickly!

    • Samantha says:

      Philips Sonicare. Our dentist says they are the best as well.

    • Christopher says:

      I have recently got a Philips sonicare and vastly prefer it to my old oral b. It is a strange sensation to start with but my teeth feel so much cleaner. Mine was about £44 in boots (glad price offer)

    • Ethan says:

      Thanks all. I think I’ll go with the majority here and get a sonicare one. Now just need to decide which one!

  8. Hannah says:

    I’ve got a Philips Sonicare and love it, only got it at Christmas but definitely feel my teeth are cleaner than before. I think mine is just the basic model, it buzzes every 30 secs so you know to change the quadrant of mouth you’re working on, stops after 2 mins unless you set it to ‘whiten’ and it goes on for another 30 secs then I think (I just use the standard setting)

  9. Internal_Maze says:

    Best toothpaste recommendation?

    • Steve Jackson says:

      We haven’t reviewed toothpaste yet, but we’ll keep it in mind.

  10. Alex says:

    We’ve been using quip for a months now and after replacing the brush head, one of the two brushes has stopped working and the other developed a crack. So far, we’re not impressed and probably going to switch to the Oral B

  11. Alex says:

    Have you reviewed the new Oral-B Genius 9000?

  12. Michael says:

    Sonicare brushes are THE BEST, IMO, for improving and maintaining the oral health of gums and teeth. As someone who continuously struggled with periodontal issues, this tooth brush brand made all the difference! There is a reason why actual dentists give strong recommendations for Sonicare brushes! And to wrap-up this oral health comment, I also recommend Glide floss.
    Now make your mouth happy! 🙂

  13. Matt says:

    When I read the flaws and the runner-up areas, there are some items which, for me, are not minor issues. Noise is a huge factor for me and my children (we’ve used both, and the video about noise is illuminating), and the battery life etc, to me, make the overall recommendation so slight over the Sonicare, that it could be a tie. As a long-time user of both brushes (and now in the Philips camp mostly because of the noise and brush head movement), I prefer the Philips approach greatly over the Oral-B. I use the Series 3 since I also want the quadrant feature (a regrettable omission on the Series 2). It’s a feature that makes brushing “lazy” and in this case, lazy is good. The same goes for my children.

  14. Olivia says:

    I’ve recently bought a Braun 3000 and have found an immediate improvement in the cleanliness of my teeth. I used a Braun some years back but went back to manual as the brush at that time didn’t appear to do a very good job. Now I have arthritic fingers so decided to try rechargeable again. The Braun 3000 and 5000 have higher RPM than the cheaper ones and this is what makes the difference in cleaning in my experience. My dentist complimented me on the cleanliness at my last check up. He didn’t know I’d returned to electric.

  15. Martin says:

    I have an ancient and long-ago discontinued Oral B Sonic Care Complete brush that I refuse to give up. I have duct tape on the band and have to pay a fortune for the proprietary brush heads on Amazon but honestly, no matter what other Oral B brush I buy, nothing compares to the old tried and true. So many new ones make my head vibrate from the inside out or the brush heads are wrong shape for my mouth. I really hate when any company discontinues a good thing.

  16. Madison says:

    I like my Oral B Black 7000. I think that Philips is also good electric toothbrush for sensitive teeth.

  17. Robert says:

    I have the Oral B Pro 1000 and I wouldn’t purchase it if the warranty is a big deal for you. It’s challenging to actually use the warranty.

  18. Andrew says:

    Oral B trizone 5000. I got it from Debenhams reduced from £200 to £80 and it’s fab! It has the 2 minute timer, 30 second quadrant buzz, about 5 different levels of clean (e.g sensitive, deep clean) but also flashes red if you brush too hard (my favourite feature). You can put the trizone heads on which are similar to a manual brush or you can swap to the pro heads which are the small circular ones. They do whitening brush heads as well.

  19. Abigail says:

    I like sonic toothbrushes best. I had the old Braun model which is no longer sold but have bought a Philips Sonicare recently. It’s good but I prefer the Oral B brushheads, so I modify mine use Sugru moulding putty to fill the cavity. It has worked well.

  20. Byrne says:

    Oral-B Vitality is only $23 and has the timer and great heads. I would highly recommend it.

  21. Matt says:

    We’re in the United Kingdom and taken our “best” electric toothbrush here from Canada!!! This voltages plus wattages are very different! Problem!!!!! We find there’s power adaptor for UK into which we will connect the electric toothbrush allowing it to plug into the wall! but can This Break Down The Brush???

    Please reply !
    Many thanks

    • Byrne says:

      I would think so

    • Christopher says:

      If not then you might be able to use the 110V shaver socket in your hotel bathroom to charge it. other than that go caveman and just use a good old fashioned manual one.

    • Steve Jackson says:

      You have an adaptor or a power convertor? You need to check if the model of toothbrush you have is dual voltage, or at least if the charger is. Seems that when I did a quick google on it that most are not though but it should be written on it or at least you can look up the model number and check the specs.