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Electric Toothbrushes: Ratings of Sources

Total of 7 Sources
1. TheSweetHome.com
May 4, 2015
The Best Electric Toothbrush
by Casey Johnston
Our AssessmentCasey Johnston spent nearly 100 hours researching electric toothbrushes, including testing 10 models. She picks the Oral-B Professional Deep Sweep as the best overall, citing its basic range of features and relatively low price. The Philips Sonicare 2 Series is the runner up.
2. Amazon.com
As of September 2015
Electric Toothbrush
by Contributors to Amazon.com
Our AssessmentPeople are passionate about their electric toothbrushes, and nowhere is this more evident than at Amazon.com. Hundreds of power toothbrushes get thousands of reviews, many of which are extremely detailed with lists of pros and cons and updates over time as to long-term durability. Electric toothbrushes from Oral-B and Sonicare tend to be the most ubiquitous and the highest-rated. You can also find reviews for electric water flossers elsewhere on the site.
3. Walmart.com
As of September 2015
Electric Toothbrush
by Contributors to Walmart.com
Our AssessmentWalmart.com also sells hundreds of electric toothbrushes and flossers, with many boasting hundreds of reviews. Generally, reviewers here aren't as detailed as at Amazon.com, and many are more positive. However, the sheer volume of reviews makes Walmart.com a valuable source. Top-rated brands include Oral-B, Arm & Hammer, and Waterpik.
4. Target.com
As of September 2015
Electric Toothbrushes
by Contributors to Target.com
Our AssessmentAt Target.com, there are few electric toothbrush or flosser models with more than a handful of reviews despite the fact that there are many products available. On the other hand, reviews are generally very detailed. Philips Sonicare is a popular brand here, along with quite a few "themed" toothbrushes, like the Justin Bieber Singing Toothbrush.
5. Drugstore.com
As of September 2015
Power Toothbrushes
by Contributors to Drugstore.com
Our AssessmentThere aren't as many reviews at Drugstore.com as there are elsewhere, but they tend to be thorough and detailed. Pros and cons are also listed as well as a brief, optional profile of the reviewer. Reviews tend to be much more positive overall here, with a number of 5-star rated products.
6. HealthyChildren.org
Not Dated
Let the Brushing Games Begin
by Editors of HealthyChildren.org
Our AssessmentThis article is focused on ways to get your children to start brushing -- and keep brushing -- properly. It notes that an electric toothbrush may be an option to keep your child interested and engaged.
7. ConsumerReports.org
February 2015
Toothbrush buying guide
by Editors of ConsumerReports.org
Our AssessmentThis free-to-the-public buying guide used to be linked to ConsumerReports.org's electric toothbrush ratings (which were available to subscribers only). Those ratings are no longer on the site, although a screen-shot of the chart can be found showing that many of those reviewed have been discontinued. Still, this is a useful guide as to where to start to choose an electric toothbrush, as well as general tips for dental care.
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