1. Home
  2. Products
  3. Electric Toothbrush
  4. Oral-B Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush

Oral-B® Electric Rechargeable Toothbrushes are Round for a Reason

The Oral-B® Oscillating-Rotating-Pulsating Electric Rechargeable Toothbrushes are the first electric rechargeable toothbrushes accepted by the ADA.

Round for a Reason

A key part in the success of the Oral-B electric rechargeable toothbrush is attributed to our partnership with dental professionals, dental advisory boards and universities. Your input into all stages of product development, research findings, professional knowledge and experience led to the design of the small round brush head. Oral prophylaxis is considered the gold standard for plaque and stain removal. Therefore the brush head was designed to be similar to the professional dental instruments used for prophylaxis.

The Oral-B round brush rotates and oscillates. The cup-shaped brush head has a diameter of approximately 13mm with the bristle tufts placed in strategic positions. This allows the brush head to adapt to each  tooth surface by cupping the tooth and reaching in between the teeth to aid in cleaning hard-to-reach areas. Patients are instructed to brush each tooth individually, following the morphology of the tooth. In addition, the length of brush and the small, round brush head allows access into other hard-to-reach portions of the mouth such as the back teeth and the lingual anterior surfaces. 

Oscillating-Rotating Technology

Oral-B electric rechargeable toothbrushes are built with the fundamental understanding of how plaque is best disrupted and swept away from the tooth surface. The disruption and removal of plaque depends on the brush head motion, supplied by the drive motor in the handle, and the brush head design. The motion of the Oral-B electric rechargeable toothbrush is designed to not only disrupt the plaque biofilm, but to lift and sweep it away. High-speed photography and a robotic cleaning effectiveness demonstrated that the most effective interproximal space penetration occurs when toothbrush bristles change direction. Both the oscillation and rotating momentum by the motion of the bristles create high shear forces that help disrupt plaque biofilm on the tooth surface. In addition, the brushing action provided by oscillating-rotating-pulsating bristles leads to deep interproximal penetration that lifts and sweeps plaque away during both the forward and backward movements. The efficacy of the oscillating-rotating technology has been confirmed both in laboratory tests and in clinical trials relative to various manual toothbrushes and other electric toothbrush technologies.

ORAL-B ELECTRIC RECHARGEABLE VIDEOS

Introducing the Oral-B® GENIUS Professional Exclusive Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush

Oral-B® CrossAction™ Brush Head is Oral-B®’s most advanced brush head yet! Precisely angled 16° bristles to clean deep between teeth for a superior clean

Help your patients brush the way you recommend, with the Oral-B Genius Electric Rechargeable toothbrush.

 

ORAL-B ELECTRIC RECHARGEABLE CLINICAL TRIALS

Efficacy of an Oscillating-Rotating Brush

 

Plaque Reduction Efficacy of an Oscillating-Rotating Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with a Novel Brush Head Utilizing Angled Bristle Tufts

6-week study showing an Oral-B oscillating-rotating toothbrush (Pro 1000) with CrossAction brush head had greater than 2X whole mouth and interproximal plaque reduction versus a flat-trimmed manual toothbrush.

Clinical Comparison - Reduction of Gingivitis and Plaque

 

An 8-Week Clinical Comparison of an Oscillating-Rotating Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush and a Sonic Toothbrush in the Reduction of Gingivitis and Plaque

8 week study showing Oral-B Pro 1000 CrossAction brush head was significantly better than Sonicare DiamondClean + Adaptiv Clean for reducing gingivitis and plaque.

Clinical Trial - Efficacy of Oral Hygiene Routine

 

A Randomized Clinical Trial Evaluating the Anti-Gingivitis Efficacy of an Oral Hygiene Routine including a Novel Stabilized Stannous Fluoride Dentifrice, Oscillating-Rotating Electric Toothbrush and Floss

After 6 weeks of using a stabilized stannous fluoride dentifrice, oscillating-rotating electric toothbrush and floss, the experimental oral hygiene group was nearly free of gingivitis with less than one bleeding site (0.85).

FEATURED CE COURSE

Overview of Power Toothbrush Technology CE Course.

Overview of Power Toothbrush Technology [Course Number: 543] 
Jack Amburgy, MS, PhD

The information found in this course will arm the dental professional with the information and resources required to make informed power toothbrush recommendations that benefit patients and boost brushing compliance.

Power toothbrushes are designed to facilitate the removal of bacterial plaque and food debris from the teeth and gingiva and to reduce calculus and stain accumulation. Several distinct power toothbrush technologies with differing modes of action are commercially available, and many offer compliance-enhancing features. The current generation of marketed power toothbrushes has been largely clinically shown to be safe and efficacious.

TAKE THIS COURSE

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Cochrane Report

In a recent historical review of clinical studies, the independent, not-for-profit Cochrane Collaboration concluded that oscillating-rotating – the technology used in Oral-B power toothbrushes – was the only type of power brush that consistently reduced plaque and gingivitis more effectively than a manual toothbrush in both the short- and long-term.

LEARN MORE

PATIENT EDUCATION

How to Brush with an Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush

How to brush with an Oral-B® Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush

Describe to your patients how to use a electric rechargeable toothbrush.

TIPS TO HANDLE COMMON PATIENT OBJECTIONS

Read these tips on how to handle common patient objections regarding making the switch to an electric rechargeable toothbrush

LEARN MORE