When we asked dentists to recommend the best electric toothbrush, five of our experts recommended the Sonicare 4300 — an inexpensive model by Philips. It’s now even more inexpensive: £60, down from £140.
While they don’t rotate, Sonicare toothbrushes are known for their large, flat brush heads and oscillating motion. Dr. Chaw-Su Kyi said this model “has the same sonic technology you will find throughout the Sonicare range,” but for a fraction of the price. Dental therapist and hygienist Anna Middleton said she recommends this inexpensive option to customers as it has so many features commonly seen in more expensive models. “It features pressure sensors, which alert you when you’re brushing too hard, ensuring you don’t damage your teeth and gums,” she says. “And it has alerts when you need to replace your brush head — it’s hard to remember to do that every two to three months.” The Quadpacer function also tells you when to move on to a different section of your mouth (so that you don’t over-brush) and a built-in timer signals when your total time is up.
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