Electronic toothbrushes are basically less work for better results. Studies have shown they do a better job of cleaning your mouth, as well as removing plaque, for an overall whiter smile. They also just look and feel like the future. Here, find the motorized offerings that get the job done and look good perched sinkside.
Cosmetic dentist Dr. Michael Apa's work of art delivers 40,000 vibrations per minute and has three different modes: clean, whiten, and massage.
Apa Beauty Clean White Sonic Toothbrush, $250; net-a-porter.com.
This rose gold number encourages attentive brushing with five different modes (Clean, White, Deep Clean, Gum Care or Sensitive) and a two-minute timer to ensure you're not cutting corners. You can expect to see whiter teeth in as little as a week.
Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Rose Gold Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, $219.99; target.com.
This lightweight brush delivers high-intensity pulsations with soft silicone bristles that are less scratchy, yet just as effective for wicking away plaque.
Foreo Issa Mikro Toothbrush, $199; sephora.com.
If your obsession with toothcare is borderline neurotic, this is the set for you. The brush not only has Bluetooth technology that will connect to your smartphone to give you real-time feedback about your brushing, but also comes with three different brush heads tailored to different kinds of cleaning.
Oral-B Black 7000 with SmartGuide,$143.97; amazon.com.
Among the most wallet-friendly of the bunch, the Goby is extremely attractive, comes in a slew of pretty colors, and has a special oscillating head with soft, but mighty bristles that nix every bit of bacteria.
Goby Electric Toothbrush Kit, $50; goby.com.
Sleek is the word for this model, which has a bead-blasted aluminum handle and comes in a variety of bright and metallic shades. The no-frills vibrating head helps guide the basics.
Quip Metal Electric Toothbrush, $40-$50; getquip.com.