The Oral-B SmartSeries 5000 is a high-end model with the bells and whistles to prove it. Its five cleaning modes are similar to those of its Sonicare competitor, the Sonicare Flexcare R910, but fans of Oral-B’s characteristic oscillating brush heads will find they — and the SmartGuide, a quirky external display to track your brushing time — make all the difference.
Oral-B has been in the toothbrush business for a long time, decades longer than any other player in the field. The company offers its electric toothbrushes at a cheaper price point than Sonicare, its primary competitor, making it a solid choice for customers looking for consistent quality for less money.
As Wikipedia would say, this article is a stub. In the near future, I should have reviews prepared for Oral-B’s current toothbrush line, to give you a sense of the good (and the bad) you can expect after an Oral-B purchase.