Good Housekeeping asserts that the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean is the best electronic toothbrush. Users report that the toothbrush cleans the teeth like a pressure cleaner.Continue Reading
The toothbrush also has a sleek design. It comes with a second brush head and a glass that also serves as a charging station. There are five cleaning modes on the toothbrush.
The ProfessionalCare SmartSeries 5000 from Oral-B also made the list. Users found the pressure sensor on the brush useful. This toothbrush comes with a timer that features a smiley face.
BrushPoint's oscillating CleanPower toothbrush made the Good Housekeeping list as well. The toothbrush as a strong motor, and users can easily reach their back teeth when using the device.Learn more about Dental Hygiene
Some popular electric toothbrush brands that constantly receive good reviews from both experts and consumers include Oral-B, Philips Sonicare and Pursonic. Examples of high-quality models of electric toothbrushes include the Philips Sonicare HX9332/02 DiamondClean Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush and the Oral-B Professional Care 1000 Electric Toothbrush, notes BestCovery.Full Answer >
Philips Sonicare is a line of electric toothbrushes made by Philips North America Corporation. The product line includes a variety of styles for both children and adults. The toothbrushes range in price and functionality.Full Answer >
Some inexpensive Philips Sonicare toothbrushes include the Sonicare PowerUp, the Essence 5300 Rechargeable and the 2 Series Plaque Control toothbrushes. The PowerUp toothbrush is a battery-operated toothbrush that delivers more strokes per minute than a manual brush and a gentle cleaning action that removes plaque to promote healthier teeth and gums. It features a two-minute timer and retails for approximately $15, as of December 2015.Full Answer >
Properly brush your teeth by applying a strip of toothpaste to a pre-moistened toothbrush, positioning your brush head at a 45-degree angle to the gums, brushing in short strokes, brushing all tooth surfaces and brushing the tongue. Brush for two minutes at a time. Brush twice a day, and floss regularly.Full Answer >