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If you prefer a manual toothbrush, you're in luck. We've put together a guide to the best toothbrushes you can buy.
To make sure you're getting a full cleaning each time you brush your teeth, check out the best electric toothbrushes you can buy.
This $13 toothbrush has bristles on both sides, which makes it easier for my toddler to brush her own teeth
The Grabease Double Sided Toothbrush is safe for toddlers to use on their own, but its dual bristles help maximize coverage for easier brushing.
Getting your child to brush their teeth can be a hassle, so you'll want to get them a good kid's toothbrush. Here are our picks for kids' toothbrush.
You don't have to pay $100 or more for an effective and deep-cleaning electric toothbrush. Our new favorite is actually half that. Meet Goby.
I tried the Burst toothbrush made popular by the viral ‘corn test’ video — here’s how it stacked up against my Philips Sonicar...
The subscription-based Burst Sonic toothbrush is charcoal-charged and antimicrobial, so it removes stains, keeps microbial growth at bay, and helps you remember to change out brush heads every three months.
This toothbrush reduces waste and has silver embedded in the rubber-like bristles, so it will kill bacteria on contact and keep it out of your mouth.
If you hate traditional flossing, you're in luck: Water flossers are more effective and (eventually) way easier to use.
The $200 Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected might be the most advanced toothbrush in the world.