Portable Electric Toothbrushes that Belong in Your Toiletry Bag

Take your complete dental health solution anywhere, with these portable electric toothbrushes that conveniently stow in your toiletry bag.

disposable toothbrush
Don’t settle for a disposable toothbrush when your mouth is used to something fancier.Shutterstock

These days, many people are entrusting their dental health to electric toothbrushes in lieu of manual brushes, and there are many benefits for doing so. Numerous studies have found that electric toothbrushes are generally more effective at removing plaque and decreasing gingivitis than manual toothbrushes, thanks to the vibrating bristles that get into the tiniest crevices each time the brush moves across your teeth.

Protect with Sonic Technology

ProtectiveClean 4100
Philips Sonicare’s ProtectiveClean 4100 Rechargeable Electric ToothbrushAmazon

An amazingly effective, yet gentle clean is a breeze with sonic technology that is able to remove up to seven times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Protect your teeth and gums with a built-in pressure sensor lets you know if you're brushing too hard. A 14-day long battery life is perfect for those on the go, and when it’s time to replace your brush head a light on the handle even lets you know.

Good Vibrations

AquaSonic Black Series
Caption: AquaSonic’s Black Series Ultra Whitening ToothbrushAmazon

Enjoy a complete and thorough teeth cleaning with a powerful 40,000 vibrations-per-minute ultrasonic motor with four different modes. Switch to Whiten mode to dissolve surface stains, while Massage mode hits gum tissue with micro-bursts to improve circulation and tissue function. An ultra-slim, lightweight and IPX7 rated waterproof design make it a great brush for traveling, complete with travel case and charge that lasts up to four full weeks.

Professionally-Inspired Design

Oral-B Black Pro 1000
Oral-B’s Black Pro 1000 Power Rechargeable Electric ToothbrushAmazon

Oscillating electric toothbrushes have proven even more effective than simple vibrating electric toothbrushes, with angled bristles that surround each individual tooth—rotating and pulsating, to break up and remove plaque along the gumline. A pressure sensor stops the pulsation movement to prevent brushing too hard, while a timer feature ensures brushing for the full dentist-recommended two minutes.