The Best Electric Toothbrush 2014

Top 5 Electric Toothbrushes 2014/15 This is the article where we declare in our opinion what the best electric toothbrushes 2014. As it happens most of these toothbrushes are at the top end of the price spectrum but we have included one for those with tighter budgets. We have also included a one to watch because it is due out in the fall and looks like it has enormous potential. Attention Brits. We have created a special page of our recommendations exclusively for you. You can find it here.


Philips Sonciare DiamonClean

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Review If gadget expert Q from the James Bond franchise had an electric toothbrush it would be this one. It is a mean, lean feature packed, hi-tech oral hygiene machine that gadget lover’s dream of. It is also one of the most expensive models to buy. Should you buy one for yourself or one from our favorite electric toothbrush of 2014? This review will try to help you answer that question for yourself.


Sonicare Kids

Sonicare for Kids After writing a few articles on children’s oral hygiene recently we thought it would be good to look specific electric toothbrushes for kids. The first one we are going to check out is the Sonicare for kids. It is aimed at children as young as four and up to pre-teens. About Sonicare Kids The first thing we noticed about this sonic toothbrush for kids is that the base is solid and chunky. This is perfect for little hands to grip. The colors are eye catching, and uses bold, bright colors very effectively. Kids like customizing their stuff


Oral Hygiene For Kids

Oral Hygiene For Kids Teaching adults the importance of good oral hygiene is hard enough but trying to educate children can be an absolute nightmare! There are great children’s toothbrushes available like the Sonicare for Kids but encouraging them to use it regularly can be really hard work. We have either had this happen to us or seen it a hundred times. The poor parent having to suffer their toddler’s tantrum in the super store because they said no to them having the candy on offer at the end of every aisle. Or seen the sulking teenager say “it’s so


Most Expensive Toothbrush

Worlds Most Expensive Toothbrush With Christmas approaching , why not get your loved ones something really special and unique this year? Why not get them a toothbrush? I’m not talking about three for a dollar bargains or a $200 Philips Sonicare Diamondclean, which is the most expensive electric toothbrush on the market. No, I’m talking about the German luxury goods company Reinast and their luxury toothbrush which is a bargain at only $4000.  


Oral B 5000

Oral-B 5000 Electric Toothbrush Review If you are one of those people who hate going to the dentist or love sugary foods then looking after your teeth then investing in a high end electric toothbrush is worth investing in. Braun Oral B is the number 1 recommended by dentists worldwide. Their top of the line toothbrush is the Oral B 5000. The unique feature of the 5000 is the wireless monitor but is this just a fad or a useful gadget. How does it compare to our favorite electric toothbrushes of the year. This review hopes to answer the question.


Electric Toothbrush Review

Want to own an electric toothbrush but just don’t want to spend that much cash on the high-end models? Below is a brief electric toothbrush review of three of the best budget and mid-range costing electric toothbrushes out there in the market. You do not need to spend a fortune to own the best electric toothbrush.  

Sonicare Replacement Heads

Sonicare Replacement Heads for Better Dental Care


This chart will help you know which heads are compatible with your sonicare brush.

Brushing is a habit everyone picks up by repetition and reinforcement. But the habit often only extends to manner and frequency of brushing. Sometimes, this extends to customary visits to the dentists. But our dental habits should not only comprise of regular brushing and trips to the dentist. Complete oral health care is so much more – it’s a full effort, but it guarantees everyone a healthy set of teeth for life.

One of the habits everyone must learn is the regular replacement of their toothbrush. How can anyone clean their teeth if the brushes have lost their capacity to clean? The American Dental Association has recommended that brushes, electric or otherwise, be replaced every 3-4 months. They also recommend that brushes be replaced immediately after recovering from an illness. Old brushes are the cornucopias of microorganisms, and may attract unwanted insects if not stored properly.

For electric brushes, replacement should be easier since you’ll only need to replace the heads when the bristles wear out. The handles need not be replaced if it’s still working efficiently. You can always look for new heads in stores, but buy only those brush heads that are compatible with the handles. For example, only Sonicare replacement heads work well with Philips Sonicare toothbrushes. Incompatible heads and handles perform poorly and are a waste of money.

Pros and Cons of Generic Brush Heads

Electric brushes are a tough investment, but they are very worth the health and safety of our pearly whites. To alleviate the cost, oral care companies have come up with generic replacement heads. Some examples include Rocusa International, Up & Up and Dual Clean. These generic heads are much cheaper than official heads and are compatible with official handles. But they give less satisfaction in feeling, cleanliness and come up short overall dental care.

In the long run, you’re not getting your money’s worth by investing in cheap but ineffective generic heads. Official replacement heads are pricier, but they are the only ones that can ensure better oral health care. Luckily for buyers, online stores like Amazon offer slashed prices on official heads like Sonicare replacement heads.

Best Prices for Sonicare Replacement Heads

Sonicare replacement heads are worth $50-$200 dollars in the market, but online stores offer often huge and generous mark downs. Here are just some of the best prices for official Sonicare replacement heads available in Amazon:

Sonicare ProResults Standard

This item is a steal at $7.95, giving you a savings of $4-$6. Sonicare Standard is safe for everyday use, and is compatible with HealthyWhite, EasyClean and FlexCare+ handles.

Sonicare ProResults Compact

This item is available at $5.95, $2-$3 less than when bought in stores or from the manufacturer. Sonicare Compact brush heads can reach the posterior teeth and offer precise cleaning.

Sonicare DiamondClean

The DiamondClean brush head is Sonicare’s latest, offering a more superior cleaning technology. This brush head has 44% more bristles than ProResults Standard, and is available at $8.98 in single pack, $4-$5 off from market price.

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