Choosing an electric toothbrush can be confusing.
There are many brushes to choose from and it can be hard to tell how they differ.
And to make matters more confusing there are now “smart” toothbrushes, which can be rather more expensive than the entry-level options.
Given these challenges, the aim of this post is to help you understand the range of brushes available, and choose one suited to your budget and needs.
Here at Electric Teeth we thoroughly test the latest electric toothbrushes, so our recommendations remain well-informed and up to date. They are also dentist-approved.
For this post we’ve put a lot of thought into boiling our recommendations down to 5 simple choices, and our number 1 choice is based on the best value for money.
You don’t need to spend loads to get a good brush.
The top of the range brushes do have their uses and we include a couple in our list, but the more affordable brushes can clean your teeth just as effectively.
In-fact, you do not need to go electric to achieve clean teeth and healthy gums.
If used correctly, a manual brush is perfectly satisfactory, and has less impact on the environment.
Whichever you use, most important is to make sure you:
- Brush your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste
- Brush for 2 minutes each time
- Use the correct brushing technique
- Clean between the teeth once a day, with floss or interdental brushes
Following these steps will have the biggest impact, over and above the toothbrush you choose.
If you’ve got any questions after reading this post, please ask in the comments.
Here are the 5 electric toothbrushes we recommend choosing from in Canada
In the sections below you can read a bit more about each brush and the reason we have chosen it as the best in its category.
1. Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100
Best value electric toothbrush (Sonicare)
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A stunning electric toothbrush that cleans well, looks good, is simple to use and has a battery life better than most.
We rate it as the best value electric toothbrush, given its price and features.
The 4100’s handle is slim, solid and well built and does have all the hallmarks of a more premium option.
It has just 1 cleaning mode, which makes the brush simple and easy to use.
It would have been a nice touch if there was a second, more gentle mode, but unfortunately, there isn’t.
The built-in timer and pacer encourages you to brush for the right amount of time. On average Americans brush for 45-70 seconds per day, rather than the recommended 4 minutes!
The 4100 automatically powers off at the end of the cleaning cycle, so you know you haven’t brushed for long enough if the brush hasn’t turned off.
The rechargeable battery is impressive and lasted around 5 weeks in our testing.
When it’s time to replace your brush head, a light on the handle of the 4300 illuminates. Worn bristles lead to less effective cleaning, so this is a welcome feature.
2. Oral-B Pro 2 2000
Best value electric toothbrush (Oral-B)
|Oral-B Pro 2000||513 Reviews||CDN$ 89.99||View on Amazon|
The small round brush head of the Pro 2000 cleans the teeth well and the grippy handle is a pleasure to hold.
Unfortunately, the Pro 2000 doesn’t present quite the same value and overall offering that the Sonicare 4100 does.
But, it is still a very good option and well worth consideration as your next electric toothbrush.
It is effective, affordable and reliable.
This slim profiled brush has all the features we regard as essential for daily brushing without lots of unnecessary extras.
This includes a 2 minute timer and 30 second pacer that encourages you to brush for the recommended 2 minutes.
Brushing for the right amount of time is one of the most effective ways we can improve our oral health.
A visible pressure sensor on the handle lights up red if you brush too hard.
The Pro 2 2000 comes with 2 brushing modes. The powerful daily clean mode is suitable for the majority of users.
The gentler sensitive mode is good for those who prefer a clean that is a little less intense. This sensitive mode is ideal for those with sensitive or receding gums.
A single brush head is provided in the box. The small round head cleans the teeth well and is clinically proven as effective.
The built-in rechargeable battery that lasts around a week on a full charge. This is a weakness compared to some competing models, but still not bad.
3. Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart
Best Sonicare electric toothbrush
|Sonicare DIamondClean Smart||305 Reviews||CDN$ 499.24||View on Amazon|
Without doubt, the DiamondClean Smart is one of the most advanced electric toothbrushes you can buy. It really is the best option if money is no object.
You don’t need to spend this much and we encourage you to consider more affordable options. But, if you want the best, then this is it. It is a very impressive and complete package.
The DiamondClean Smart comes with a multitude of cleaning modes and brush heads. It offers 3 different levels of brushing intensity, so you can refine the power of the brush to suit you.
It is the only brush in the Sonicare range to offer a visible pressure sensor.
The more you can do to improve your oral care routine, the healthier your teeth and gums will be. The technology of the DiamondClean Smart helps you to understand how well you are brushing your teeth.
The sensors in the handle track your brushing action in realtime. Within the Sonicare app, you can see the areas of the mouth you have and have not brushed enough. Your brushing performance over time is then logged within the app.
Overall the tracking works well and performs, in our opinion, a little better than competing brands like Oral-B. As such, if we had to choose one, we would rate the DiamondClean Smart as the best smart toothbrush.
The travel case will hold the handle and up to 2 brush heads, whilst also allowing the battery to recharge via the built-in USB cable.
4. Oral-B iO
Best Oral-B electric toothbrush
|Oral-B iO||24 Reviews||CDN$ 355.34||View on Amazon|
The small round brush head cleans the teeth really well and the grippy handle is a pleasure to hold in hand.
Unfortunately, the Pro 2000 doesn’t present quite the same value and overall offering that the Sonicare 4100 does, but, it is still a very good option well worth considering as your next electric toothbrush.
It is effective, affordable and reliable.
This slim profiled brush has all of the features we regard as essential for daily brushing without lots of unnecessary extras.
This includes a 2 minute timer and 30 second pacer that helps encourage you and me to brush for the dentist recommended 2 minutes. Brushing for the right amount of time is one of the most effective ways we can improve our oral health.
A visible pressure sensor on the handle lights up red if we brush too hard. Brushing too hard can damage our teeth and gums, so this is our cue to adjust our brushing technique and prevent lasting damage.
You get 2 brushing modes, a more powerful daily clean, suitable for most of us and a more gentle sensitive mode for those who prefer a clean that is a little less intense. This sensitive mode is ideal for those with sensitive or receding gums.
A single brush head is provided in the box. It is a sensitive brush head which pairs well with the second cleaning mode and makes it a great option for those with sensitive teeth and gums. The small round head cleans the teeth really well and is clinically proven as effective.
Sealed inside the water resistant handle is a rechargeable battery that lasts around a week on a full charge. By today’s standards, but it isn’t very good and is a weakness of this brush.
5. Fairywill Sonic FW-507
Best budget electric toothbrush
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Fairywill is a lesser-known brand than Oral-B or Sonicare, but this Chinese company produces a range of good products.
The FW-507 has 5 different cleaning modes, ranging in intensity.
It includes a 2 minute timer and 30 second pacer to encourage you to brush for the recommended 2 minutes.
I can assure you that the clean is comparable to those offered by other sonic toothbrushes.
It is a slim and lightweight brush, with a rechargeable battery that lasts a very impressive 30 days. That is a lot longer than most toothbrushes. It charges via a USB connection.
In the box you get 8 brush heads, which is more than other brands include. This reduces the total cost.
The travel case is handy for those on the go, protecting the toothbrush when not in use.
The build quality does feel a little cheaper than leading brands, but this is a fantastic product for the price.
The video below summarises our best electric toothbrush recommendations for 2021.
Electric Toothbrush Buyer’s Guide
Having given our answers above, what follows below is a buyer’s guide that further explains toothbrush choices.
We’ve tried to provide the information we think you’ll find most useful, without getting too bogged down in detail.
Explaining our choice for ‘best overall’
At the top of this page, we’ve given our recommendations for the best electric toothbrush.
Part of the difficulty in answering the question is figuring out exactly what people mean by ‘best’; do they mean the best once all factors have been considered, or the best in terms of technology and performance?
Generally, we think people would like to know which electric toothbrush is the best without having to spend a lot. A brush that is affordable but has the most important features. We’ve therefore chosen the Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 as the best, because:
- It’s not that expensive
- It has a built-in 2 minute timer
- It has a 30 second (quad-pacer) built-in
- It reminds you when to replace your brush head
- It comes with a pressure sensor
- It has a great battery life
The pressure sensor, timer and quad-pacer are features we consider worth paying for and they aren’t always included with slightly cheaper brushes. We give our thoughts on other features and how important they are in the next section.
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For those that want truly the best in terms of performance (and if money isn’t an issue), we’d recommend the Oral-B iO or the DiamondClean Smart, which also happen to be the best Oral-B electric toothbrush and best Sonicare electric toothbrush respectively.
If we had to choose between the two, the DiamondClean Smart just takes the edge as a more complete package, despite the fact that the iO is the newer model.
They are both smart toothbrushes, which we explain in more detail in our guide here.
Both of these brushes offer extra cleaning modes and smart technology, including real-time tracking. But that comes with a price and for some people it will be overkill. Unless you really feel you can benefit from these smart features, avoid them, and save yourself the cash.
Believe it or not the Sonicare Protective Clean 4100, which is considerably cheaper, can serve you just as well — it is our recommendation for the best overall brush.
The built-in timer and pacer encourage you to brush for the right amount of time, evenly across the mouth. The pressure sensor alerts you if you are brushing too hard, which is a cause of gum recession and the brush head replacement reminder system tells you when it is time to swap out the current head for a new one. Damaged, frayed or worn bristles can be damaging to the teeth and gums, this technology helps stop this damage from occurring.
Are there any new innovations to consider?
There are some interesting developments happening around toothbrush technology — “automatic” or “mouthpiece” toothbrushes are one such example.
Y-Brush is the most promising of the products we have tested so far. However, we don’t yet deem any to be a suitable replacement for the traditional manual or electric toothbrush.
There are now various smart toothbrush options as well, which we run through in our guide here.
Are there any soon-to-be-released products worth holding out for?
Ultimately no, there are not.
No upcoming products are going to revolutionise the way you brush your teeth or the standard of clean you can achieve.
Of course new products do come along fairly regularly so there could always be something else.
Oral-B has a model called the Oral-B Sense in the pipeline , which it describes as a “fitness tracker for the mouth”. This looks to be an interesting product, but as above, unless you really feel you need the features it offers, we wouldn’t suggest holding out for it.
If you are interested in new toothbrush technology, such as mouthpiece toothbrushes, there are a few products due for release over the coming months:
However this technology is very new and has limited clinical testing.
Based on the products we have tested so far, we would not recommend delaying the purchase of a regular toothbrush in favour of one of these products, especially as some of them will not be released until 2021.
How important are other features and factors?
In the following section, we include our own insight on the other questions you may have when shopping for an electric toothbrush. This is compiled having extensively tested the range of brushes available in Canada.
To make things nice and clear we have labeled each with what we consider to be of high, medium and low importance.
How important is a timer?
If we could have only one feature on the toothbrushes we recommend, a timer would be our first pick, its importance is highly underrated.
Too few people brush for the dentist recommended 2 minutes. Failing to do so puts your oral health at risk.
When brushing your teeth, it is all too easy to get distracted, misjudge time and think you have been brushing for longer than you really have.
The built-in timer, helps keep you focused, on track and brushing for the right amount of time. Counting down from the moment you switch the brush on, it alerts you when your 2 minutes are up. Only when the 2 minutes are up, should you stop brushing.
Some brushes even turn themselves off at the end of the 2 minute cleaning cycle (this is another desirable feature you may want to look out for).
Of course our top recommendation, the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 has a 2 minute timer built-in.
How important is a quad pacer?
Essentially this is another type of timer, that works in conjunction with the previously mentioned 2 minute timer.
A quadpacer is a very useful addition and can seriously impact how well you clean all the teeth in your mouth.
The inclusion of a quad pacer on an electric toothbrush helps us brush our teeth evenly. It is no good spending 2 minutes brushing just the top row of teeth, or just those front teeth, all need equal attention.
A quadpacer works by essentially splitting the mouth and the 2 minute cleaning time into 4 pieces.
2 minutes is equal to 120 seconds. Split 4 ways that gives 30 seconds.
If we now imagine breaking the mouth up into 4 sections, in section 1 you have your upper right teeth, section 2 your upper left, section 3 your lower right and section 4 your lower left.
The idea is that you spend 30 seconds cleaning each section.
What the quadpacer does is alert you as you hit these 30 second intervals. As you get the alert, you move to the next section.
The way this alert presents itself does differ from 1 brush to another, but normally you will get a brief pause in the brushing motion, which also causes a change in the sound the brush makes. In most instances, this is more than enough to alert you that it is time to change quadrant.
By the end of the 2 minute clean, you should have cleaned all 4 sections and given an even clean to all of the teeth in your mouth.
Our number 1 recommended brush, the Sonicare 4100, includes a quadpacer.
How important is a pressure sensor?
This is not an essential feature, but one that we feel is highly underrated.
It is most useful to new electric toothbrush users, but even those who have been using an electric brush for years can still benefit.
The bristles of a toothbrush need only skim the surface of the teeth and gums. You do not need to scrub the teeth aggressively to clean them and remove plaque and bacteria.
Sadly, because many of us have never been shown how to brush our teeth properly, we do brush the teeth with too much force. Over time this can lead to gum recession, a condition best avoided if possible.
Where you have gum recession, brushing too hard will also wear away the outermost surface of the tooth, causing what dentists call abrasion. Abrasion itself can result in sensitivity to hot and cold food and drinks.
The pressure sensor, therefore, is able to monitor the force with which you brush and alert you when you get a little too aggressive.
In most cases, as the sensor is activated it will alert you through a change in sound, a vibration in the handle and in some cases by switching on a light in what we call a visible pressure sensor.
During that time, the best brushes will also decrease the speed of the bristle movements to avoid doing too much damage to the teeth and gums. When the pressure is relieved the normal brushing power will return.
A pressure sensor is there to help and protect you and act as a gentle reminder to use a little less force and help you maintain a healthy smile.
As you might expect, our number 1 recommended toothbrush, the Sonicare 41000, includes a pressure sensor.
How important is price?
Our experience has suggested that most people have a perception that the more you spend, the better the electric toothbrush is and the better the clean you get from it.
The reality of the situation is, this is not true.
Whilst the most expensive brushes might be able to achieve better results, often these brushes are more expensive because they include features and accessories that are not essential.
Simply switching to the most basic and cheapest of electric toothbrushes will give you many of the benefits.
Even if you can afford and justify the most premium models, this is no benefit to you if you do not use the right brushing technique or brush for the right amount of time.
In most instances, by the time you spend more than $50 on a toothbrush the returns are diminishing for each dollar spent.
Our primary recommendation is the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100. It is one of the cheaper Sonicare models available today and is priced very competitively.
However, spending a bit more may bring features such as Bluetooth connectivity that might be beneficial to you and your oral health.
How important is battery life?
Often many people desire a toothbrush with a long battery life, but they rarely need it because when not in use it sits on the charging stand in the bathroom.
Therefore battery life needs not be a big part of your buying decision, however, it should be a consideration, particularly if you find yourself traveling frequently or unable to charge your toothbrush at regular intervals.
Over recent years performance and usage time of batteries have gotten better. Most brushes are on par with each other, with an average of around 2 weeks use between charges.
Typically the cheaper the brush the less battery life it offers but this isn’t always the case.
Going away for a week or two, knowing you don’t need to take a charging stand to replenish the battery can be helpful.
If you do need a particularly long battery life, Philips Sonicare tends to be the best for this.
How important is the cost of replacement brush heads?
An electric toothbrush is a long term investment that benefits your oral health.
The cost of replacing the brush heads every 3 months, as is recommended can affect the long term ownership cost. Therefore you may want to consider this cost before making your decision.
Typically Oral-B brush heads are cheaper than Sonicare with a single head costing $5 and $8 respectively.
You will need to buy 4 new brush heads a year, so these costs can add up. But, you can often buy in bulk or get deals that bring the overall cost down a little.
In most instances, you have the choice of opting for a third party (compatible with) brush head. There may not be the same range of choice and the quality may be slightly inferior, but there are some great options at very good prices for both Sonicare and Oral-B.
Do be aware of fakes/counterfeit brush heads which pose as genuine but are often not the real deal. If the price is too good to be true, it probably is.
Is it useful to get a brush with a travel case included?
Far from the first thing you should consider when buying an electric toothbrush, but a travel case can be extremely handy, even if you are not a regular traveler.
What is often a plastic case that holds the handle and up to 2 brush heads can make it much easier to transport the toothbrush and the brush heads in those instances you need to.
When in the case, the likelihood of damage — particularly to the bristles on the brush head — is reduced. There is also less chance of the brush accidentally being switched on. Any excess moisture and toothpaste in the heads remains in the case and not on anything else that might be in your bag; nobody likes toothpaste stains on their clothes!
Premium models like Oral-B’s Genius range or Sonicare’s DiamondClean range even allow the toothbrush to be charged in their travel case. This means there is no need to mount on a charging stand, ideal for regular travelers.
How important is a gum cleaning mode?
This is not a mode that everyone needs, but if you are in the early stages of gum disease or experience sensitivity in the gums when brushing, you may find this mode helpful to ensure the gums become more tolerant to brushing and generally healthier.
Gum cleaning mode is lower powered than the standard cleaning mode and moves the brush head less aggressively, but in a way that cleans and encourages blood flow in the gums.
Having the mode available can act as a good reminder to brush the gums occasionally.
How important is sensitive cleaning mode?
Like gum cleaning mode, this is not a mode that everyone needs.
The motor tends to move more slowly for a gentle but still effective bristle movement over the teeth and gums.
It can be helpful if you have tender teeth and gums, and is particularly useful for those with gum disease or going through dental surgery.
How useful are the smart features in the likes of the Oral-B iO and DiamondClean Smart?
Smart features on offer today can be very useful, but they are far from essential and usually come with a premium price tag. We discuss this in more detail in our post: Is a smart toothbrush worth it?
They can also add a certain convenience to the way in which you use and interact with the brush.
Sonicare’s BrushSync brush head replacement reminder system is a great example of how technology can be used very effectively — it reminds you exactly when you need to replace the brush head. This is a luxury, though, and only worth paying for if you’re shopping without a budget.
We run through the various smart toothbrush choices in our guide here.
How important is a whitening mode?
Arguably an overrated cleaning mode, this is not something you need on your electric toothbrush.
Whitening mode is normally just an extended (longer than 2 minutes) cleaning cycle, which allows extra time so that additional attention can be given to those front teeth that are most obvious to others.
No electric toothbrush, with or without a whitening mode can actually whiten the teeth.
All that is happening is that the power and efficacy of the toothbrush cleans the tooth surfaces to a higher standard and lifts off substances that have dulled and stained the teeth. Therefore it restores the natural color or whiteness that had been hidden under the stains.
How important is a tongue cleaning mode?
Remembering to clean your tongue in an important part of oral hygiene, but a dedicated mode for it is of low importance in the scheme of brush features — it’s not worth spending extra money on.
The tongue is home to lots of bacteria and is often one of the major causes behind bad breath.
Cleaning the tongue after brushing, simply by dragging the brush head across it several times can really help freshen the mouth up and for some be a cure to bad breath.
A tongue cleaning mode is just a shorter and lower-powered mode that is more convenient than others available on the brush.
How important is brush head shape and size?
Studies have shown that the small round brush heads like those found on Oral-B electric toothbrushes are better at removing plaque and do essentially result in better oral health.
However, these studies have often been completed under strict conditions and the real world reality is that any electric toothbrush will provide meaningful benefits over a manual toothbrush.
To get the ‘best’ results the correct brushing technique and time needs to be adhered to and even the most scientifically engineered toothbrush head cannot control this, that is down to you.
It is worth paying a little attention to though, particularly if you have a small mouth. It may well be that the smaller round brush head will allow you to reach areas of the mouth that other brush heads would not.
More important than brush head size is adopting the right brushing technique.
Is it worth having Bluetooth?
It is not essential and we would not encourage you to spend a lot more to get a brush with Bluetooth technology unless you feel you will make good use of it.
You need to invest a little time to get the most from Bluetooth and that may include changing habits of a lifetime.
In-built Bluetooth technology can send data about your brushing back to your smartphone. This data can then be used to help educate you on how to improve your technique and in turn improve your oral health.
We acknowledge that there are certainly significant benefits for some users. The best Bluetooth equipped brushes can be likened to having a dentist on hand each time you brush.
However this does involve you making use of it and fitting it into your routine, so consider whether this is likely to happen before you spend extra cash on it.
Further to the above, as part of our extensive hands-on testing of brushes we’ve tried to answer any of the questions you may have before and after buying.
Browse the sections below for more information, and feel free to ask a question in the comments if there’s anything we’ve missed.
What are the benefits of an electric toothbrush?
The following are the key benefits to owning an electric toothbrush:
- Consistent power delivery for a dentist-like clean
- Can remove up to 100% more plaque than a manual brush
- Reduces tooth decay and improves gum health
- Can help to eliminate bad breath
- Timers and pacers to encourage a 2 minute clean
- Various cleaning modes
- Differing styles of brush head to achieve different results
- Fading bristles remind you when to change your brush head
- A relatively low lifetime cost
- Can improve your oral hygiene routine
Is an electric toothbrush worth the investment?
The increased efficiency with which they clean, the convenience they offer and the way in which they encourage you to brush for the right amount of time can certainly pay off.
Whilst there is an initial purchase price, this is offset over time as you could have fewer or cheaper dental bills, not to mention healthier teeth and gums.
Purchasing at a reasonable price helps to ensure the investment pays off. Our primary recommendation, the ProtectiveClean 4100 is a great example of this — it includes the ‘core’ features we recommend having, but doesn’t pile on unnecessary extras.
Is an electric toothbrush better than a manual toothbrush?
The short answer is yes, electric is better than a manual toothbrush when it comes to effectively cleaning your teeth.
We will be the first to say a manual brush is adequate for daily teeth cleaning, but the clinical studies and trials show how an electric brush is better.
The most important thing is that you brush your teeth with the right technique, for two minutes twice a day.
Do electric toothbrushes damage teeth?
When used correctly, an electric toothbrush does not damage the teeth or gums.
Do electric toothbrushes cause gum recession?
No, the toothbrush itself does not cause gum recession.
It can exaggerate or accelerate recession, but this is as a result of user (human) error rather than the action of the brush. This effect is just as likely to happen with a manual toothbrush.
Do electric toothbrushes whiten teeth?
No, electric toothbrushes do not whiten teeth.
Electric toothbrushes can help prevent and remove stains on your teeth, but no brush can whiten teeth beyond their natural whiteness.
The regularity with which you clean, your diet, lifestyle and toothpaste can all have a bearing.
How long do electric toothbrushes last?
The average life span of an electric toothbrush is around 5 years.
Manufacturers normally offer a 2 year warranty should the brush fail sooner.
But some brushes will last a lot longer — we know of people still using electric toothbrushes that are 10 years old.
Read more: How Long Do Electric Toothbrushes Last?
Can you share an electric toothbrush?
Although almost one in ten (9.7 percent) said they had shared a toothbrush (Oral Health Foundation, 2014), it is not advised.
Bristles of the brush head can harbor bacteria and germs that can have a negative consequence on your health when shared.
The interchangeable brush heads of an electric toothbrush make sharing a brush handle easier and possible.
In fact, we are advocates of sharing the handle (not the brush head) as it is a great way to keep ownership costs down and get extra value from your toothbrush.
Can electric toothbrushes get wet?
With few exceptions electric toothbrushes are designed in such a way that they can be rinsed under a tap for cleaning, wiped with a cloth and exposed to water.
The vulnerable electronics are sealed inside the brush handle with measures in place to stop water from getting in.
Different manufacturers have different advice and guidance on using in the shower, for example. At no point should the brush be submerged in water.
Electric Toothbrush Reviews
We’ve made it our business to review all of the top brushes in Canada so that we can compile a ratings post like this.
We’ve listed some of our most popular reviews below. If there’s a particular review you’re looking for, use the search box at the top of the page. If you still can’t find it, leave a comment to let us know.
You can view a list of all our electric toothbrush reviews here.
- Oral-B iO Review
- Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 Review
- Oral-B Pro 6000 Review
- Oral-B Genius X Review
- Quip Toothbrush Review
- Oral-B Pro 500 Review
- Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 Review
- Foreo ISSA 2 Review
- Sonicare DiamondClean Smart Review
Electric Toothbrush Comparisons
If you’re choosing between two or three brushes, you may find some of our side-by-side comparisons useful.
These include actual photos of the brushes (we buy them in to review and compare them) and our recommendation of which we think is the best choice.
Choose a comparison from the list below, or use the search box at the top of the page if there’s a particular one you’re looking for.
Below you can find some of our most popular comparisons, or you can view our complete list of electric toothbrush comparisons here.
- Oral-B iO vs Sonicare DiamondClean Smart
- Oral-B iO Series 7 vs Series 8 vs Series 9
- Quip vs Sonicare vs Oral-B
- Sonicare 4100 vs 4500 vs 5100 vs 6100
- Fairywill vs Sonicare & Oral-B
What are your thoughts & opinions?
Is there a brush you’re thinking of buying? Not sure about the difference between two brushes? We’re always interested to hear from readers, so let us know any thoughts, questions or opinions you have by leaving a comment below.