What electric toothbrushes do dentists recommend?

2 minute dental timers

2-minute timer instructions help ensures for dental professionals recommend brushing time, you will never have to worry about wasting time brushing your teeth. The 30 second prompts tell you when it is time to switch quadrants.


Ergonomic handle

Non-slip grip handle design easier for children to grip and the soft touch silicone material is invariably described as “Ergonomically” designed one based on quantifiable measures such as 15% less muscle activity or 40% reduction in stressful wrist postures.

These features are just some of the ways that make this toothbrush truly ergonomic.


Magnetic charging dock

The magnetic charging cable has made it easy to use for elderly and children.

It is ‘Completely Waterproof’ which means that there are less chances of electrical faults, such as short circuit due to insulation failure – especially where connections are plug and unplug the device frequently. If you’ve been struggling with how to brush your teeth long enough to get rid of plaque, the answer is as simple as buying an electric toothbrush.

Built-in timers in many models will help ensure that you spend at least 2 minutes brushing of your mouth and cleaning every surface tooth without any guesswork.

If you have an elderly family member or a child, the magnetic charging cable may be your best option. The USB charger is not waterproof and can short circuit if it’s plugged in water for too long – but that doesn’t happen with the magnetic charger! Magnetic chargers also make it easier to plug devices into sockets because there isn’t any risk of them falling out halfway through charging.

What type of electric toothbrush do you use? Does it have a magnetic or USB charge? What kind do you have?