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5 best electric toothbrushes for healthier teeth

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It is no secret that you should at least brush your teeth twice a day. Brushing your teeth is something we don’t think about: it’s part of our daily routine. Using electric toothbrushes might help you ditch some of your bad brushing habits—like not going for long enough and failing to hit hard-to-reach spots. 

If you’re looking for the best electric toothbrushes for healthier teeth, check out our list below, and the features and factor you need to keep in mind.

Features and factors of electric toothbrushes

How to choose the best electric toothbrushes based on what you need

Timer. The general opinion of doctors and dentists worldwide is to brush your teeth twice a day, for two minutes each(as it is said in this article). To prevent over-brushing or under-brushing, a timer is very important in measuring the entire procedure. 

Pressure sensor. A build – in pressure sensor is for those who have the tendency of putting too much pressure on the brush. This way, you prevent gum damage and further complications in this area. It is also suited for those you have already periodontal disease or bleeding gums. 

Price. A sensitive subject here. Keep in mind that you are here searching for the BEST electric toothbrushes. Even though there is a large range of products for all kinds of pockets, you should keep in mind that, in many cases, expensive doesn’t necessarily mean the best, as cheap doesn’t necessarily mean the worst. 

Modes. You should know that many electric toothbrushes have modes that let you choose how would you like to clean your teeth and gums, such as: gum cleaning mode, sensitive cleaning mode, whitening mode, at which you can add tongue cleaning mode. 

Our Best Electric Toothbrushes Choices

Oral B Pro 2 2500 - All in one

At a price of approximately £ 50, having two brushing modes, with a build – in smart pressure sensor and a timer which indicates dentist-recommended brushing time of two minutes with 30 second intervals, Oral B Pro 2 2500 is the best you can find, considering all of the above. Slim, comfortable to use with a 2 week battery life and with a travel case included, this toothbrush is definitely to-go.

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart

The ticket price might be eye watering, but this smart electric toothbrush will offer the dental care you’ve ever wanted and even more. Having 5 modes (Clean, DeepClean+, TongueCare+, White+, Gum Health), 3 intensities, with a build – in pressure sensor, alongside with different Premium brush heads that optimize the mode and intensity for you, Sonicare DiamondClean Smart brings the dentist in your personal home. 

Furthermore, the app on your smartphone will give you real – time feedback while brushing, informing you if you missed any spots when brushing, tracks your brushing behaviour over time and provides useful tips and tricks.  Having an estimated value of £ 380, Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart comes together with a travel case which acts as a charger and other wonderful accessories.

Oral B Genius 10000

Being described as the best of their products, Oral B Genius 10000 brings the brushing to another level. It has 6 modes of brushing, all personalised for a real time experience during the brushing, using an app. The Smart Ring is a multi colour 360 degree lighting system which makes the brush feel more personal. The average price is £ 250, with a smart travel case with USB charging and 4 brush heads.

Sanyei ION-sei

While using sonic waves to achieve the cleaning of the oral cavity, it additionally uses ions to suppress bacterial growth. Also, it produces a weak negative electric charge via the conductor on the back of the handle, and this will lead to attracting bacteria from your teeth to the bristles. 

The price is within range for what it has to offer — £ 130, but this electric toothbrush could save you some expensive bills at the dentist. Sanyei ION-sei have 3 brushing modes: sensitive, standard and deep clean to suit your brushing needs, together with 2 brush heads, USB Cable and Waterproof IPX5.

Oral-B Junior Smart

The Oral-B Junior Smart Electric Toothbrush for ages 6+ gently removes up to 100 percent more plaque for a superior clean vs. a manual toothbrush. Designed with dentists, it includes Gum Pressure Control that activates a flashing red light and a slower brushing speed when brushing too hard. 

Plus, its round brush head has extra-soft bristles and with FunZone in the Oral-B App, your kid can activate photo filters and play with augmented reality during brushing. With a battery life of 2+ weeks, the average price of Oral-B Junior Smart Electric Toothbrush is about £ 34.99.

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