Best Electric Toothbrush to Buy in 2022

The round brush heads on electric toothbrushes are designed to be 100% more effective than traditional brushes at cleaning the mouth.

Best Electric Toothbrush to Buy in 2022

As sonic technology with oscillating and vibrating brush heads is introduced to electric toothbrushes, it impacts not just how we clean our teeth, but how we behave as well. 

Our best electric toothbrushes come with timers to help us brush thoroughly, and companion apps make sure we get every 'zone' in our mouths. Since these electric tools are proven to improve your oral health habits, cheap manual brushes that you throw away after a few months are practically obsolete.

Therefore, electric brushes have been proven to be more effective than ordinary brushes in many peer-reviewed studies, such as this one. How do you know the right tool for the job when there are so many models and brands to choose from? Our comprehensive guide provides you with all the information you need to choose the best toothbrush for your teeth and gums. 

Testing a wide range of toothbrushes, from simple oscillating brushes to smart scales that integrate apps into their design or incorporate a smart element, we found that the best ones work in a similar manner. Your weekly brushing sessions will be kept track of, your progress will be monitored, and you'll be reminded to brush on a regular basis with these.

The Best Electric Toothbrushes in 2022

Series 9 of Oral-B iO

As an award-winning electric toothbrush, the Oral-B iO Series 9 (also called the iO9) eliminates sticky plaque while gliding between your teeth with its smooth action. It also offers valuable feedback in real-time that helps you improve your brushing technique, regardless of whether you're using the Oral-B Bluetooth app on your smartphone.

In comparison to an oscillating brush, the brush is much quieter (and feels smooth as you move around your mouth). By using the inbuilt pressure sensor, you can be alerted to excessive pressure, as well as insufficient pressure, so that you achieve the best clean possible.

Hum Smart Rhythm by Colgate

Our cheapest smart toothbrush is the Colgate Hum Smart Rhythmic Sonic toothbrush, which is a great deal on a toothbrush. Through its interface with the Colgate app on your phone, the brush can determine when you are brushing your teeth, guiding you through how to properly clean your mouth.

There's no sensor in this brush to detect mouth position, so it can't be considered a smart brush, but it will flash when you press too hard on your gums, and it has regular and sensitive options. How much does it cost? I really like it.

In addition to the brush, AAA batteries are included. Batteries and brush heads need to be replaced every few months, which is neither cost-effective nor eco-friendly. The brush, however, doesn't consume a lot of energy, so each replacement should last at least three months. 

Sonicare 9900 Prestige from Philips

Using real-time feedback, Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige monitors your brushing technique and improves your technique over time. In case you scrub too hard, an alert is displayed, and the handle gently buzzes to alert you. As a reaction to your technique, the handle will stop if you press too hard. Then it will go back to its original intensity with a lower intensity.

Using on-screen graphics and timers, the Sonicare app ensures you clean every surface of your mouth thoroughly. It's less kid-friendly than the Oral-B app, and will not send you emojis or awards for good brushing habits, but it will provide personalized tips and monitor your progress.

Besides being stylish, it's also fully portable, with a stylish carry case for charging. A gentle hum emanates from the toothbrush, making it one of the quietest electric toothbrushes we have tested.

Unfortunately, the brush does not have any controls for adjusting mode or intensity. Mobile apps are used to customize everything. Providing you don't mind switching modes on the fly, it's a superb brush, provided you don't mind setting it to your exact preferences.

Electric toothbrushes: How to choose the right one

Plaque removal is the most important consideration when choosing an electric toothbrush in Pakistan at best price. Despite small differences, there can be big differences in brush heads' designs, motor power, and movements (oscillating vs. sonic). People with sensitive gums don't necessarily need the most powerful or fastest vibrating/oscillating brush. A gentle brush will reduce the intensity if that applies to you.

If you're confident that you are doing a thorough job, you may also want something that improves your technique. A smartphone app that detects which part of your mouth you are brushing and provides real-time feedback in real-time is included with most premium electric toothbrushes like the Oral-B iO Series 9 and Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige. A dentist may have pointed out that you may be missing spots, but that could be extremely helpful if you think you are missing spots.

The frequency of travel is another factor to consider. We've tested a variety of electric toothbrushes, but we especially liked the brushes that had rechargeable batteries in their travel cases, so your brush won't run out of battery on long trips. 

It's unlikely you'll be away from home for longer than a week, so skipping the fancy case could save you money.

The noise level of an electric toothbrush is another factor that's easy to overlook. While a cheaper toothbrush might work effectively, you'll want to make sure it's quiet enough not to wake your sleeping companion.

The Testing Process

After two weeks of using the electric toothbrush twice a day for two minutes each morning and night, we use a disclosing tablet to reveal the results. Plaque-revealing tablets cover your teeth with a harmless dye that helps reveal how much plaque remains after brushing. A smartphone app can guide our brushing if the toothbrush has one.

Using a disclosing tablet and a manual toothbrush for two weeks, we compare the results with a benchmark set.