In a hurry? Here are the best products at a glance.
It’s always important to take care of your teeth. When you have braces, though, it’s a little more important and a bit more difficult to do. That’s why you should use the best toothbrush for braces. We researched some of the best-selling and most unique items out there to put together this top ten list. Hopefully, it will help you find the best one for you. Now, let’s look at some of the features you need to know when shopping.
Electric: A lot of our top picks are electric but, believe it or not, we were most surprised by the ones we found that weren’t. Electric toothbrushes have a lot to offer and they’re really effective with braces.
Modes: Most electric toothbrushes have multiple modes. These vary a bit between models but usually, you’ll find a regular cleaning, gentle, whitening, and even massage mode. Gentle is usually better for younger users who are also more likely to have braces.
Charge Time: Most of these need a 24-hour charge time. What this means is you’ll to charge the battery for 24 hours to get it fully charged. That being said, you don’t really need a full charge to use them.
Bristle Strength:- Bristles range from soft to medium. Most of the electric ones have soft bristles. Mostly because firm bristles would be way too rough on braces. Firm bristles in an electric toothbrush would likely be too rough for anyone.
Timer:- Some of the electric ones have timers that run for a 2-minute cycle, which is how long you should brush your teeth. Some also alert you every 30 seconds to move to a different part of your mouth.
Weight:- All of the manual ones we chose are really lightweight, as most are. Some of the electric ones can get pretty heavy for a toothbrush when you add in the battery and attachments, though.
Now that you know a little bit more about what makes a toothbrush great for braces, let’s take a look at the products we rounded up for you. If you’re in a hurry, take a look at our top and budget pick first. They’ll give you a great idea of the range that’s out there. Then, keep reading if you can because the rest of our picks are pretty awesome, too. Okay, let’s get to the best toothbrush for braces review!
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Kimberly Graf is a researcher and writer for GeekWrapped.com. She covers kitchen, cooking, and home products.
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September 30, 2019
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