Hello everyone! I’ve seen the marbles that an electronic toothbrush can do for your oral health. It cleans better than your hand can. If you’re already a great crusher, an electronic toothbrush takes you to another level of clean.

So what qualities are important when it comes to selecting an electronic toothbrush? I evaluated toothbrush based on not how high tech it is or how accessorized of brushes, but on how efficiently it’s doing its job. So those are curious to know what those qualities actually are. Like two-minute timer quad pacer, pressure sensor, lasting rechargeable battery, tongue cleaner and multi-cleaning modes, efficient bristle movements and price, the average cost per refill and warranty, money-back guarantee.

Today we’ll be making a toothbrush comparison on 3 the most popular electronic toothbrush brands in the market: the Philips Sonicare, the Oral B, the Quip toothbrush.

QUIP vs Oral B vs PHILIPS SONICARE - Toothbrush Comparison by Marina Shraga

So let’s take a look at the Philips Sonicare. Sonicare is a premium electronic toothbrush that comes at a premium price with its slim ergonomic design and sophisticated led lighting. If you are someone who looks for the top of the line Philips Sonicare delivers. Sonicare uses the vibration technology they call this sonic technology. In sonic technology, the brush head makes side by side movements for an effective pack removal. It produces up to 31 case strokes per minute, which gives maximum possible brushing accuracy.

The Sonicare has a two-minute timer, quad piecer pressure sensor, a lasting rechargeable battery up to 14 days, tongue cleaner, multiple cleaning modes, superior plaque removal.

QUIP vs Oral B vs PHILIPS SONICARE - Toothbrush Comparison by Marina Shraga

Sonicare currently retails for $230 its average cost per refill is about $15 it has a warranty of two years and a money-back guarantee of 90 days, and it’s available at all major retail stores.

QUIP vs Oral B vs PHILIPS SONICARE - Toothbrush Comparison by Marina Shraga

And next, we have the Oral B known for its round brush head and oscillating and pulsating bristle movements. This allows me to concentrate on brushing one tooth at a time.

Oral-b is also known for having the largest variation for toothbrush head selection. It has a two-minute timer, a QuadPacer, a pressure sensor, a lasting rechargeable battery for up to 10 days, multiple cleaning modes, efficient bristle movements for plaque removal. No tongue cleaner

QUIP vs Oral B vs PHILIPS SONICARE - Toothbrush Comparison by Marina Shraga

The oral B currently retails for $180 its the average cost per refill is about $10 the warranty is two years. It has a 60-day money-back guarantee, and it’s also available at all your major retail stores.

QUIP vs Oral B vs PHILIPS SONICARE - Toothbrush Comparison by Marina Shraga

And now we have the QUIP Toothbrush.

The quip toothbrush has a modern, sleek, and attractive design. It’s lightweight and great for travel. With a suction feature to mount the brush, it’s not sticky to the touch but grips to the mirror for or any smooth surface. The equip has a two-minute timer, a QuadPacer, AAA batteries, and a tongue cleaner.

A price of $45 average, cost per refill $5, Money-back guarantees for 30 days. You can purchase the toothbrush online, and it’s currently sold exclusively at target.

QUIP vs Oral B vs PHILIPS SONICARE - Toothbrush Comparison by Marina Shraga

I hope this toothbrush comparison has helped to make selecting a toothbrush easier for you.

FAQ

Is quip toothbrush better than Sonicare?

Summary: If you have money to burn and want a glorified manual toothbrushQuip may be for you. If you want the most effective cleaning and don’t need another subscription beyond Prime and Netflix, try a Sonicare (doesn’t need to be the highest end model…they all use the same technology)

Is the quip toothbrush worth it?

Quip is an online oral care startup that sells electric toothbrushes (from $25) and refill plans (from $5 every three months) to improve how you brush your teeth. … They’re also really light and slim and powered by a single AAA battery, making it easy to continue a good tooth-brushing habit on the go

Is ultrasonic toothbrush better?

Studies have even shown that sonic toothbrushes still provide superior plaque removal even when they are held up to 4mm away from the tooth’s surface! Obviously, users should brush in full contact with their teeth, but this is a testament to how effectively people can clean their teeth with this technology.

Do dentists recommend quip?

As a fourth generation dentist, at some point I’ve had just about every make of manual brush, as well as an Oral-B electric brush in the past. The Positive: Appearance. The design of Quip is quite attractive. Unfortunately, hat’s really the only remarkable feature of Quip—it’s a nice looking toothbrush

Can you buy quip refills at Target?

Quip is selling starter kits for $25 at all 1,800 Target stores and Target.com, but if people want to buy refill brushes, they have to buy them from Quip’s site. As a subscription service, Quip profits as long as its customers reorder brush refills

What is the best cheap electric toothbrush?

Colgate ProClinical 250+ Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush: The best cheap electric toothbrush. Colgate’s brush is much lighter and more compact than other electric toothbrushes – great if you need to carry it around with you – has an impressive battery life (40 full brushes) and recharges quickly (in under ten hours)

How often should you change your toothbrush?

Many dental professionals recommend changing your toothbrush about every three months, and the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you replace your toothbrush approximately every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed.

Are sonic toothbrushes good for receding gums?

Some dentist suggests using the brush’s gum care setting, which adds the third minute of gentler brushing after your regular two-minute cleaning