Oral-B has a solid reputation in the dental field so you'll see them featured in a lot here . When it comes to smart toothbrushes with Bluetooth and real-time feedback, you can't go wrong with the Oral-B 7000. It offers up to 800 brush movements per second leading to the brush removing 300% more plaque along the gum line than a regular manual brush.
On top of that, it has 6 modes including Daily Clean, Gum Care, Sensitive, Whitening, Deep Clean, and Tongue Cleaner. Where the brush really stands out is its smart features. It offers real-time feedback that tracks your brushing habits over time before offering useful tips on how to take better care of your teeth. It is senses when you brush too hard so you can get rid of your gums and tooth enamel through enthusiasm
Best For Keeping Teeth White: Philips Sonicare Diamond ($ 190)
Look, no toothbrush is going to magically cure hideously stained teeth. Especially if you drink a lot of coffee or still smoke. However, the Philips Sonicare Diamond does a lot when it comes to helping you maintain your shiny teeth. Combined with a few lifestyle changes and your smile will continue to look great. The toothbrush promises to remove up to 10x more than a manual toothbrush with a gum health mode dedicated to improving your gums up to 7x in just two weeks. A white + mode also aims to remove up to 100% more stains in 3 days.
The device comes with 3 different smart brush types which automatically pair with the brushing mode you choose for maximum effectiveness. Smart sensors and app support enhance the service so that your teeth get the best clean possible.
Best For Regular Travelers: Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 ($ 150)
If you travel regularly, you because a toothbrush is sturdy enough to be safe in your holdall or luggage. The Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 is a tough and smart toothbrush to choose. It comes with a smart travel case that allows you to charge both your toothbrush and smartphone at the same time, saving the additional charge ports.
As a toothbrush, it's incredibly effective too. It has 6 cleaning modes much like the Oral-B 7000, plus some smarter app connectivity. It uses facial recognition to help you know where you've brushed, as well as a multicolor SmartRing that provides visual coaching on brush times and how much pressure you use.
Great in any situation, the Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 is extra useful if you travel.
Best Budget Option: Everywhere -B White Pro 1000 ($ 40)
Not all electrical toothbrushes have to cost and fortune to useful. The Oral-B White Pro 1000 only offers one mode – the Daily Clean – but it works really well regardless. There is no smart connectivity here but there is still a pressure sensor that stops the pulsation movement if you brush too hard. A timer also helps you brush for the 2 minutes that dentists recommend you brush for. As well as that, its 3D cleaning action oscillates, rotates, and pulsates to break up and remove 300% more than a manual toothbrush so your teeth will be well looked after.
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No reason why your child can't use a Regular electric toothbrush but if they want something more or less cute and playful then the Philips Sonicare for Kids is an ideal option. The brush has a cute creature on it along with some colorful imagery to entice kids into believing brushing your teeth is fun. In conjunction is a free app that educates them and provides rewards for successful brushing sessions.
The brush itself works at 500 strokes per second which means it's 75% more effective than a manual toothbrush. A KidTimer encourages kids to brush for the recommended 2 minutes with a KidPacer option that alerts them when moving to the next quadrant of their mouth for maximum effectiveness.
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Unlike regular electric toothbrushes, ultrasonic toothbrushes don't rely on physical motion to clean your teeth. They use very high frequency of vibration to remove plaque and bacteria from your teeth.
To be classified as an ultrasonic toothbrush according to the FDA, the brush needs to emit sound waves at 1.6Mhz. These waves break up plaque and bacteria and work as 5mm below the gumline. All you need to do is rest your brush on it. That means it's particularly great for those with mobility impairments but really, everyone benefits from a better form of toothbrush. At least, in theory, there is the same body of clinical research you can find manual and sonic brushes at this point. Oral-B companies and Philips have yet to release true ultrasonic toothbrushes. In the meantime, they use very similar marketing text to make it sound like what they provide, such as in the case of Philips' Sonicare range.
If you want a true ultrasonic electric toothbrush, you need the Emmi-dent Ultrasound Electric Toothbrush. It offers 84 million oscillations per minute without any need to perform a brushing action. As we mentioned, the technology is unproven but anecdotal evidence suggests it's pretty great. Use the provided toothpaste for maximum effectiveness.