Several clinical studies have proven superiority of electric toothbrushes over manual ones. It’s safe to say that using an electric toothbrush can provide numerous benefits for your oral health. But we will talk about that later.

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Here are a couple of the the best electric toothbrushes on the market right now based on our extended research. You can find our brief reviews at the bottom of this page, or you can find extended reviews in the reviews section. Each one has its pros and cons, but all of them can help you out with fighting plaque and dental diseases.

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A few electric toothbrushes:


Advantages of electric over manual:

If you can’t decide which type of toothbrush is the right one for your needs, here are just a couple benefits of electric toothbrushes. Their only downside is their price. But considering that visits at the dental office aren’t cheap, electric toothbrushes can save you money on long term.

  • Fighting diseases and plaque: Dental diseases and plaque can become a huge problem for your health and wallet because visiting a dental office certainly isn’t cheap.
  • Efficiency: We’re going to be honest. Manual toothbrushes can be almost just as efficient as electric ones. But studies have shown that more than 60% of  people don’t use the right brushing technique (according to several studies), so there is a huge chance that you are one of them. Powered toothbrushes are designed to remove the human factor, and to always provide the optimal brushing technique.
  • Safety: Aggressive brushing is the primary cause of gum damages. It can also lead to damages on enamel, and when enamel is gone, it can’t be repaired without spending hundreds of dollars at the dentist’s office.
  • Different brushing modes: The top-end powered toothbrushes feature variety of different brushing modes. Some are perfect for teeth whitening, some are specialized for sensitive teeth, and some of them are perfect for every day. Simply press on the button on a toothbrush handle and completely personalize brushing experience according to your needs and current mood.
  • Children: One of the most common questions about electric toothbrushes is “Can our kids use them?”. The answer is yes. Some of them are designed especially for children. Their main advantage is that majority of kids love to use them, and they help them overcoming their fears of the dentists to some point. If you are looking for the best electric toothbrush for kids, you are welcome to check out our recommendations. But be aware that they aren’t appropriate for children younger than 3 years of age.
  • Price: This is probably the only area where electric toothbrushes fall short compared to manual ones. Manual toothbrushes cost up to $10 on average while powered ones can cost up to $200. However, the cheapest ones only cost a fraction of a price. If you are on a budget, you can check out some of our recommended cheap electric toothbrushes, so you won’t have to break the bank.

Electric toothbrush brands:

If you have already been looking for information about the best electric toothbrushes, you have probably heard about Oral B and Sonicare product lines already. Both of these two are dominating the market and they produce some of the best products in this category. We have covered most of the top ones in the reviews section, so feel free to check them out!

  • Philips Sonicare is the leading manufacturer of sonic and ultrasonic toothbrushes. Their toothbrushes are vibrating at high speeds – up to 31.000 brush movements per minute to drive fluids along the gum line and on hard to reach places.
  • Braun Oral B is one of the rare true competitors to the Sonicare produt line. Their older toothbrushes used oscillating (rotating) movements, but the latest models are using 3D cleaning action (oscillating/rotating, sweeping back and forth, and vibrating).

However, there are many differences between these two brands despite the fact that they produce similarly priced toothbrushes with similar features. If you want to know more about the differences between them, check out our Sonicare vs. Oral B comparison.

Other brands are covering a small portion of the electric toothbrush market. Some of the most notable of them that aren’t a part of Sonicare or Oral B family are Smilex and Rotadent.

Best dental care products – brief reviews:

Our website is all about helping you to find the best dental products for your needs and budget. We have spent dozens of hours searching for those with the best features, and we have ranked them based on their features, price, and design. You want your electric toothbrush to look great, don’t you?

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean

diamondclean toothbrushIf you are looking for the best sonic toothbrush on the market with millions of users all across the globe, the Sonicare DiamondClean might be one of the best possible choices. It’s recommended by many dentists (and celebrities) and its range of highly advanced features really stands out. We have ranked it on the top of our list of recommendations because we believe that it’s the best buy at the moment. If you like to have more colors in your bathroom, you will appreciate the fact that it comes in 4 different attractive designs to choose from – white, black, amethyst, and pink.

The DiamondClean uses ultrasonic technology. It offers 5 different cleaning modes for every occasion. Just press on a button and choose the best one for your current mood and needs. The main advantages of this toothbrush are efficiency (removes 100% more plaque on hard to reach areas than manual toothbrush), dual charging system (USB and charging glass), teeth whitening mode (notably whitens teeth in just 2 weeks of use). You are welcome to find our in-depth review in the reviews section!

Braun Oral B 7000

Oral B 7000 toothbrushThe Oral B 7000 is one of the on the top of out list of  non-sonic toothbrushes. It’s a direct and probably the only competition to Sonicare DiamondClean, and there aren’t many other toothbrushes that could come close to them. Battle between these two toothbrushes has been going on for a couple of years and the truth is, both of them can improve your oral health better than any manual toothbrush alone.

The Oral B 7000 uses 3D cleaning action and it’s 100% more efficient than manual toothbrushes. It comes with 6 personalized brushing modes, including Daily Clean, Sensitive, Whitening, Deep Clean, Massage, and Tongue Cleaner. Using a perfect brushing technique is essential for perfect cleaning results. That’s why Braun has incorporated an advanced pressure sensor and timer into this model just to make sure that you will always brush your teeth with the best results and optimal technique.

Waterpik Aquarius WP660:

Dentists often remind us that we shouldn’t forget to floss our teeth. But sadly most people believe that brushing twice per day is enough. The truth is that dental plaque between teeth can do much more harm than plaque on the tooth surface. Even the best electric toothbrushes on the market can’t clean those tiny spaces between teeth the way flossers can. Using a dental string is a great solution, but water flossers are much more fun to use and they leave a better feel of freshness in mouth after each use because they use water.

While electric toothbrush market is dominated by Philips, Braun, and a few other brands. the Waterpik is one of the most popular brands when it comes to oral irrigators. Waterpik is the leading brand on our list of recommendations and Aquarius is one of their best and most popular products so far. Despite the fact that it is one of the most expensive oral irrigators on the market, it is still a lot cheaper than the most expensive powered toothbrushes.

The main advantages of the Waterpik Aquarius are the easiness of use and effectiveness. Clinical studies have proved that it can remove up to 99% plaque between teeth and it is 50% more effective than dental string.

Frequently asked questions:

  • Can I use an electric toothbrush on braces? Of course you can. In fact, we recommend you to do so. It’s a fact that people who wear braces need to take a good care of their oral hygiene because they are much more prone to dental problems like demineralization, plaque, gingivitis, and tartar. Check out our list of the top rated electric toothbrushes for braces!
  • What’s a proper brushing technique? Brushing technique is different and simpler if you are using an electric toothbrush. Check out this article to find the differences and learn how to improve your brushing technique to perfection.
  • When should I change my brush head? The general answer is every 3 months. For more info about brush heads, check out our brush heads comparison article.
  • Anything else? Use our contact form and send us an email with your questions.

A brief history of electric toothbrushes:

The first ever electric toothbrush was invented by Dr. Philippe-Guy Woog in 1954. They were invented primarily for patients with limited motor skills who weren’t able to effectively brush their teeth with the right brushing technique.

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