An electronic toothbrush can be a great investment. While the American Dental Association states that good results can be achieved with a manual toothbrush, most people are able to remove more plaque and reduce gingivitis better with an electronic brush. These brushes are often gentler on the mouth, cover more surface area in the same amount of time, and require less work than a manual brush does. These six are some of the best on the market and may be worth your investment.
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Oral-B PRO 1000 Electric Rechargeable Power Toothbrush
This brush is moderately priced and is well-loved because users can switch among a variety of different Oral-B heads, such as sensitive and deep clean. The small head cleans virtually every area of the mouth.
Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries Electric Rechargeable Power Toothbrush with Bluetooth
This more expensive and higher-tech option includes a digital timer to inspire users to brush for the recommended two minutes. It also communicates with a smartphone to offer personalized brushing advice.
Philips Sonicare Series Gum Health Rechargeable Toothbrush
This brush can hold its charge for an incredible three weeks while an indicator alerts users to a low battery. It features three brushing modes perfect for even the most sensitive of gums.
Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Toothbrush
This simplistic electronic toothbrush does the trick for those who don’t like a brush bursting with confusing features. It can hold its charge for up to two weeks, and includes a brush head with bristles that fade when it needs to be replaced.
Waterpik Complete Care Water Flosser and Sonic Toothbrush
This option combines a sonic toothbrush with a water flosser without taking up extra outlets in the bathroom. It comes with a large water reservoir and a selection of tips for all types of uses, including braces, crowns, and more.
Philips Sonicare for Kids Connected Sonic Electric Toothbrush
The perfect choice for children, this brightly colored toothbrush is fun for youngsters to use, and will easily brush away plaque. In addition, parents can see how long and often their children are brushing via a connected app.
While there are numerous electronic brush models available at an array of prices, many times a cheaper option will work just as well, as a more expensive choice would. Those who are unsure which to choose can turn to a dentist or Guerra Dental clinic who will be able to make an individualized decision. With so many features offered by top brands, anyone can find a brush that will perfectly suit their needs.
By Brooke Chaplan