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What is the highest-rated electric toothbrush?

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Good Housekeeping asserts that the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean is the best electronic toothbrush. Users report that the toothbrush cleans the teeth like a pressure cleaner.

The toothbrush also has a sleek design. It comes with a second brush head and a glass that also serves as a charging station. There are five cleaning modes on the toothbrush.

The ProfessionalCare SmartSeries 5000 from Oral-B also made the list. Users found the pressure sensor on the brush useful. This toothbrush comes with a timer that features a smiley face.

BrushPoint's oscillating CleanPower toothbrush made the Good Housekeeping list as well. The toothbrush as a strong motor, and users can easily reach their back teeth when using the device.


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