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The 8 Best Electric Toothbrushes for Kids of 2020. Best for Overall: Oral-B Kids Electric Toothbrush. Buy on Amazon Buy on Target.

Designed specifically for kids, this rechargeable electric Best for Younger Kids: Papablic Baby Electric Toothbrush. This smart electric toothbrush from coveted oral health brand Philips Sonicare has a two-minute timer and plays music that signals when it’s time to move to a new part of your mouth, making it easy (and fun!) for kids. Updated December 10, 2019. After a new round of testing, we think the Quip Kids is the best electric toothbrush for kids.

The Oral-B Kids, the updated model of our previous top. 11 Best Electric Toothbrushes For Kids. 1. Yuantongshun Kids Electric Toothbrush.

This electric toothbrush has enough fascinating features to make kids look forward to cleaning their 2. Oral-B Kids Electric Toothbrush With Pressure Sensor and Timer. 3. Philips Sonicare Rechargeable. The Best Electric Toothbrushes for Kids. For most kids, I recommend the Oral-B Kids Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush. It’s rechargeable with a small, soft head and high-quality bristles.

It also has a larger grip, so it’s easy for kids to hold and use, and the oscillating, round head motion is more comfortable for kids. CR tested eight powered toothbrushes using a panel of 20 people between ages 18 and 65, all users of an electric toothbrush and in good dental health. The 8 Best Electric Toothbrushes for Kids of 2020. By Maya Polton The 7 Best Electric Toothbrushes.

Medically reviewed by Richard Fogoros, MD The 8 Best Baby Toothbrushes of 2020. Medically reviewed by Richard Fogoros, MD The 6 Best Baby Nasal Aspirators of 2020. The best electric toothbrushes, according to dentists and orthodontists, who recommend brands like Oral-B and Philips Sonicare (for the decades of scientific research behind them), as well as.

Oral-B Pro 1000 The best electric toothbrush. The Oral-B Pro 1000 has the most important features for the lowest price: a two-minute timer, an easy brushing process, and. The lightweight and comfortable Philips Sonicare DiamondClean electric toothbrush immediately justifies its premium price tag, thanks to the quality of its cleaning and great design.

While most electric toothbrushes.

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The newer, lightweight, electricpowered toothbrushes may be more beneficial than a manual toothbrush for older adults with physical and sensory limitations.

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Preschool children should use a child-size toothbrush.

“Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Dentistry E-Book” by Frank J. Dowd, John A. Yagiela, Bart Johnson, Angelo Mariotti, Enid A. Neidle
from Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Dentistry E-Book
by Frank J. Dowd, John A. Yagiela, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

For the schoolage child with mixed and permanent dentition, the best toothbrush is one with soft nylon bristles and should be comfortable

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Kid’s toothbrushes should have thinner 0.005 inches bristles.

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Some kids who have ASD love electric vibrating toothbrushes.

“The Survival Guide for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders (And Their Parents)” by Elizabeth Verdick, Elizabeth Reeve, M.D.
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by Elizabeth Verdick, Elizabeth Reeve, M.D.
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The powered brushes should decrease the need for dexterity by automatically including some movement of the toothbrush head.

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by David R. Avery, Ralph E. McDonald, Jeffrey A. Dean
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However, systematic reviews have shown that electric toothbrushes, at least the rotating-oscillating brushes, are only marginally superior to the manual ones [38].

“Modern Operative Dentistry: Principles for Clinical Practice” by Carlos Rocha Gomes Torres
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by Carlos Rocha Gomes Torres
Springer International Publishing, 2019

For the child who brushes independently, an electric toothbrush allows more thorough cleaning.

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An electric toothbrush has a similar cleaning effect as manual brushing and may be a motivating tool for some children and an excellent help for Figure 9-5 How to perform toothbrushing in young children.

“Pediatric Dentistry: A Clinical Approach” by Goran Koch, Sven Poulsen
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by Goran Koch, Sven Poulsen
John Wiley & Sons, 2009

● No information on durability, reliability, and cost of powered toothbrushes was provided by the available studies.

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  • Ok, after watching this and other electronic tooth bush videos, this being my fav, i went a head and bought Burst. I liked the fact that it had a lot of vibration options. Ive had it 4 months and got my replacement brush a month ago. I gotta say i was impressed how long the brush lasted. No way did i think it would last more than a couple months.
    Now for the indept review.
    3O seconds an area which includes the inside, so a total of 2 mins they say. 2 mins at a min to brush was a long time for me and sometimes i had to re do some areas along the gum lines. So many times it was north of 3 mins. I know 3 mins doesnt seem like a lot of time but let me tell ya it adds up. I think this is in part because the head is quite small. It just takes longer to to your whole mouth.
    Also, i guess like with washing machines you only end up using 1 setting. lol. So the vibration settings is a gimmick and useless for me.
    After 4 months and still feeling plaque on my teeth a couple times a week after 2 to 3 mins of brushing, i wanted to see if it was just better to go back to a tooth brush brushing where i have way more control. But as it happened my brother uses oral B. He is cheap, lol. and buys those 1 speed battery op brushes. He had an xtra in the drawer i guess cause these brushes dont last long. Anyway i figured id give it a go. Looking at it now it say… Oral B 3D white action. It looks like a disposable to me, cant be more than 1O bucks. It has a circular rotating brush at the top and a back and forth rectangle brush at the bottom. The total brush size is at least twice size of Burst.
    Using it, it was well big, took up a lot of space between my lips and teeth and not so easy to move around, but i got used to it. The battery, Duracell sucks, maybe its an old batt. Nothing like the Burst recharge batt. As for the brushing, i timed it for a total of 1 min. since the brush was over twice the burst it seemed only fair i cut the brush time in half. After 1 min of brushing and rinsing i saw and felt no plaque. Though there were some along the gum line that i had to re do. Its a big brush and like i said not easy to navigate in your mouth so getting to the gum line was tricky as with the burst its easy. So theres pros and cons to a big circular brush vs a oval thin Burst brush.
    Verdict…. The 5O% cut in time is huge for me. The brush just feels like its doing a lot in there, it is, its a lot of brush, 2 brushes actually.
    Again i cant tell you what a pain it is to stand there and hold the Burst on a spot for 15 seconds then do the inside for 15 seconds. Soooo boring and feels like it takes foreverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. The oral b cutting that time by more than half is just huge for me. It does so much work so fast i can use it more like a brush and not hold it there like a dummy. The motor is def lacking again maybe because of the batt, but even if not, its tolerable due to the vast brushing surface.
    I wanted to like Burst, but the small brush and remaining plaque at times just got to me. I therefore cannot recommend this brush as its more glitz and glamour than practicable..
    I will send Burst an email tomorrow to cancel the brush re orders.
    Its funny, the main reason i got Burst over the Oral B was the vibrating options at such a cheap price. Oral B was over twice the price for all those fancy features. Who knew that a single speed disposable Oral B would work wonders. But i will look for others as the motor just seems like its taxing when its on my teeth. Then again its moving 2 brushes, really moving them, not sonic vibration. so probably more stress on the batt.

    Thumbs up for Oral B. Sad and disapointed in the Burst. They should increase the brush size, its sooo small. imo.

    Good night.

  • I purchased this toothbrush for my 4-year old daughter, because we were having trouble keeping her teeth, well, clean. I don’t know what happened, but suddenly her teeth started looking really stained all the time.

    Once we started using this toothbrush, we saw an improvement almost immediately. Her teeth looked shiny and clean. I didn’t know if she was going to freak out about the vibration, but she was fine with it. And I love that Sonicare adds the little musical alerts when you are supposed to switch sides. She still laughs a bit when that alert sounds.

    The main reason I wanted to write a review for this toothbrush, though, is this. In the question and answer section on the product page here, someone mentioned that it’s important for a parent to help kids brush with this toothbrush, since it is possible to cause serious gum damage with the brush if you aren’t careful. I wish someone had told ME that before I started using my Sonicare brush a few years ago. After unintentionally pressing too hard while using this brush, I have serious gum recession-to the point that I’ve had several dentists tell me that I’ll probably need to get a tissue transplant in one area. (Ugh, not looking forward to that…)

    The point is that, apparently, you are supposed to hold this brush with only three fingers while brushing-that’s how little pressure you are supposed to put on your teeth/gums. If your kid is too young to know how much (or how little) pressure to put on her gums while brushing, you are probably going to want to help her.

    All in all, we really love this brush. It has made a huge difference in my daughter’s smile. Plus, Amazon has the brush at such a great price, it is definitely worth a try.

  • Wow, just got this Philips Sonicare toothbrush for my 4 year old daughter and I’m so impressed! Everything from the cute packaging and the huge selection of stickers, my daughter loves it. It came with a full sized head, so luckily I read a review that said there was a smaller sized brush called “compact” size, which I ordered at the same time. It fit perfectly and the smaller size was the right fit for my child’s mouth. The larger size is probably good for older kids so I’ll save it for use later on. After we downloaded the app, my daughter just wanted to brush her teeth again and again! She was having waaay too much fun. If I let her, my daughter probably would have brushed her teeth ten times.

  • My kid loves brushing his teeth now! Make sure to download the app. Comes with different designs that your kid can put on the front.