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Last updated: 12 March 2019

An electric toothbrush should give your teeth a good clean while being easy to use and not too harsh on your teeth. We lab test and review the latest models to help you find the best. Our electric toothbrush buying guide will help you decide which one you need, and how we test explains our testing rigour. 

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We review the latest models to tell you which electric toothbrushes:

  • are easy to use
  • have a range of useful features
  • have a long battery life.

Our interactive comparison tool shows you the cost of replacement heads. You can also see what trialists thought of each toothbrush.

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