9 Most Expensive Toothbrushes Ever


The average non-electric toothbrush can cost as little as $1, but these brushes should only be used on a vacation or a week staying at a friend’s house. To keep your teeth optimally clean, a more expensive toothbrush offers better coverage and a healthier smile. Dentists recommend electric brushes, which cost around $25 on average.

These toothbrushes are the 9 most expensive in the world, whether manual or electric. In many cases, the price correlates to high cleaning power. However, some of these brushes are nothing but pure luxury, and that drives their incredible prices.

9. Zina45 Sonic Pulse Toothbrush

Price: $250
Brand: Zina45
Material: Chrome
Store: Saks Fifth Avenue

Zina45 Sonic Pulse Toothbrush
photo source: Saks Fifth Avenue

The Zina45 Sonic Pulse Toothbrush is advertised for its cleaning and polishing oral regimen, including improved gum health. The brush is a 45-degree model with bristles made of Dupont nylon. The motor scrubs at a rate of 33,000 times per minute, but the ergonomic handle lets you keep your grip on the Sonic Pulse brush.

The Zina45 brush has an autotimer that tells you when you’ve brushed for 2 minutes, which is the recommended minimum healthy time. It also gives you 4 mid-brush alerts to tell you when to switch sides.

This brush comes with a magnetic touch charger and custom travel case. It retails for $250.

Did you know?

Polishing is something you usually have to go to the dentist to have done. This Zina45 brush is the rare professional-grade polisher you can buy for yourself. Its polishing head uses a prophy cup made of sterile medical-grade silicon.

The brush’s gum cleaner is also dentist-grade, called “Stimu-Gum,” built for increasing gum stimulation through massage and improving oral health.


8. Curaprox Hydrosonic Pro Sonic Toothbrush

Price: $325.99
Brand: Curaprox
Material: Plastic
Store: Bigamart

Curaprox Hydrosonic Pro Sonic Toothbrush
photo source: bigamart

The Curaprox Hydrosonic Pro Sonic Toothbrush is a great fit for people wearing braces and other appliances because of its ability to reach different facets of your teeth and clean them safely. Its gentle approach to hygienic brushing is also great for people with sensitive gums and teeth that have been previously damaged by wear and tear.

The filaments of the Curaprox brush are soft, fine, and gentle, yet they offer a professional clean. The brush has 7 cleaning modes, 3 brush heads, and a customized 10-degree brushing angle to improve your cleaning ability.

Did you know?

One of this toothbrush’s unique features is a rubber reverse side that prevents the vibrations from chattering your teeth.


7. IPX7 Electric Toothbrush

Price: $379.46
Brand: NCRD
Material: Plastic
Store: Amazon

IPX7 Electric Toothbrush
photo source: Amazon

The IPX7 Electric Toothbrush by NCRD has 5 cleaning modes as well as a smart timer to tell you how long you should brush (most dentists recommend at least 2 minutes). It even pauses every 30 seconds to remind you to switch to other parts of your mouth. This brush comes with a USB charger and travel case and is completely waterproof.

The bristles of the IPX7 brush are rounded to prevent the harsh effects of brushing on your teeth. The bristles even change color to remind you to replace your brush heads (they become less effective after around 3 months). It retails for $379.46.

Did you know?

This toothbrush contains what’s called a “high-efficiency magnetic levitation motor.” It allows the brush to scrub your teeth 31,000 times a minute in any of its 5 brushing modes, which include massage, whiten, clean, sensitive, and polish.


6. DiamondClean Smart 9700 Rechargeable Toothbrush

Price: $415.79
Brand: Philips Sonicare
Material: Plastic
Store: Venue

DiamondClean Smart 9700 Rechargeable Toothbrush
photo source: Venue

The DiamondClean Smart 9700 Rechargeable Toothbrush is an electric toothbrush that contains smart sensors that give you feedback as you brush. They connect wirelessly to a free app, which reminds you to brush and helps you brush different areas of your mouth for a complete hygienic cleaning.

Philips Sonicare is the name most synonymous with luxury electric toothbrushes and this isn’t even their most expensive one. Still, the DiamondClean Smart 9700 Rechargeable Toothbrush retails for a respectable $415.79.

Did you know?

David Giuliani started Sonicare in 1987 using his experience in electrical engineering to create a new way to build electric toothbrushes. Philips Domestic Appliances acquired his Optiva Corporation to form Sonicare. By 2001, they were the highest selling rechargeable electric toothbrush manufacturer in the United States.


5. iO Series 9S Rose Quartz Electric Toothbrush

Price: $429.76
Brand: Oral-B
Material: Plastic/rose quartz
Store: Care to Beauty

iO Series 9S Rose Quartz Electric Toothbrush
photo source: Care to Beauty

The iO Series 9S Rose Quartz Electric Toothbrush has a 3D tracking system that logs your cleaning routine and customizes your brushing experience with seven different modes. Using this AI system, the toothbrush shows how well you’re cleaning each facet of your teeth.

Oral-B is famous for their micro-vibrating bristlers, which are an efficient way to brush teeth and improve gum health, no matter if you’re choosing sensitive, whitening, tongue cleaning, or intense cleaning modes. For those seven modes, you can buy this toothbrush for $429.76, which is the most expensive that Oral-B has to offer.

Did you know?

Oral-B is one of the most well-established oral hygiene companies still in operation, introduced back in 1950 by the periodontist Dr. Robert W. Hutson. Their original Hutson toothbrush changed the way brushes are made and sold by including more sizes and bristle tufts than any brush before.


4. Prestige 9900

Price: $799
Brand: Philips Sonicare
Material: Plastic
Store: Bonanza

Prestige 9900
photo source: Bonanza

The Prestige 9900 toothbrush by Philips Sonicare is an electric toothbrush powered by the SenselQ smart toothbrush tech. This smart little device actually senses your style of brushing and tweaks the intensity of your cleaning to give you more or less pressure for optimal oral hygiene.

This toothbrush also gives its user real-time feedback (it beeps and vibrates) if you use too much scrubbing pressure. It has an integrated touch control interface and comes with a vegan leather travel case with room for a USB charger. The Prestige 9900 brush costs $799.

Did you know?

Brushing too hard may seem impossible since you want to get your teeth as clean as possible. However, if you brush too hard, you can wear down your enamel and gums, causing your teeth to become more susceptible to cavities.


3. Cartoon U Shaped Ultrasonic Electric Toothbrush

Price: $986.61
Brand: kaixinbukaixin
Material: Silicon
Store: Amazon

Cartoon U Shaped Ultrasonic Electric Toothbrush
photo source: Amazon

This Cartoon U Shaped Ultrasonic Electric Toothbrush is an almost unknown item for sale on Amazon that currently has no reviews. We can’t say if it’s good or not, but it costs $986.61 to find out. It’s an automatic toothbrush made of food-grade blue silicon.

This toothbrush is shaped like a little monster ready to have his teeth brushed. It’s available in three colors and comes equipped with a wireless platform to charge vis USB. The brush’s unique feature is a ring that hooks to your child’s teeth and wraps all the way around to automatically brush all the sides of their mouth.

Did you know?

The brand kaixinbukaixin has a very small online footprint, but they seem to be based in Korea and also sell custom socks, stockings, toys, and other random knickknacks on Amazon.


2. Reinast Luxury Toothbrush

Price: $4,200
Brand: Reinast
Material: Titanium
Store: Lux Exchange

Reinast Luxury Toothbrush
photo source: Lux Exchange

The Reinast Luxury Toothbrush handle is made from solid high-quality titanium. This grade of metal is usually turned into medical devices due to its quality and durability, combined with its light weight. If you want to hold a piece of aerospace engineering and medical tools in the form of a toothbrush, this is the way.

This toothbrush also comes with a selection of bumpers so that users unused to such a hefty brush can ease into it without ruining the beauty and cleaning ability of their Luxury Toothbrush. Each brush costs $4,200.

Did you know?

This titanium alloy provides advantages in hygiene that make it a choice building material for medical devices. It has an antibacterial layer that protects the handle and head from germs while maintaining its durability.


1. Heritage Toothbrush

Price: $6,500
Brand: Charles Darius
Material: 18K Gold
Store: Behance

Heritage Toothbrush
photo source: Behance

The most expensive toothbrush is the Heritage Toothbrush. This brush was made in Paris, France by the French designer Charles Darius. The brushes are hand-crafted and come in handles that are either solid gold (14K or 18K) or black rhodium. The 18K solid gold one is the toothbrush that runs you up $6,500, making it the most expensive toothbrush in the world.

The brush itself is made from biodegradable bamboo and you can buy removable replacement bristles so your investment lasts. It takes 10-30 days to receive your brush after ordering and they can’t be returned. The cheapest Darius Heritage Toothbrush you can get is plated in silver for $390.

Did you know?

Charles Darius didn’t launch his eponymous fashion house until 2015, using Kickstarter to get his initial funding. He used the BOLT bracelets to spur investment and later expanded to other luxury wearables, leather products, and custom jewelry.


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