CariPRO Toothbrush by Smile Brilliant – My Review

What is SmileBrilliant? –


I was contacted by SmileBrilliant to help test and review their new product – the cariPRO Electric Toothbrush!

I was already using an electric toothbrush from OralB already but I was curious to learn what was so special about SmileBrilliant’s electric toothbrush since their main product was their teeth whitening system.


The Toothbrush

The cariPRO toothbrush currently comes in 3 packages – Deluxe, Individual, and Couples. If you want a toothbrush for yourself, I think the individual package for $119 is best suited for you – which is the package I received.

My Current Teeth Care Routine –

My oral care is pretty standard – I’ve used a mix of manual and electric toothbrushes. I have noticed a difference when brushing by hand or with an electric toothbrush – I’ve noticed healthier gums!

My Review –

The Product

Overall, I like SmileBrilliant’s CariPRO Electric Toothbrush as a whole. I have been using it for the past 2 months and I don’t think I’ll be switching anytime soon.

Five Different Settings!

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My reaction to the five settings on this toothbrush was just wow and I was thinking if I really needed all this. I’ve used Oral B’s electric toothbrush in the past and it was just one standard setting – I never knew there were differences in the vibrations of the toothbrush.

  1. Clean – The first setting and the mode I started off with first. I believe it’s the standard setting if you don’t have any specific needs.
  2. White – This is the mode that I use. I drink coffee A L O T so I thought to try this out since the idea is to make my teeth whiter. It’s a bit more rough than the ‘clean’ setting which I personally like since it seems to scrub against my teeth more to get a deep clean feel. I haven’t seen a noticeably difference in the white-ness of my teeth but I’m going to continue using this setting because of the pressure.
  3. Massage – This mode is super interesting since I didn’t think your teeth could be massaged… this mode is meant for your gums as it vibrates gently. It’s suppose to be used in addition to your basic cleaning. I personally don’t use this mode but I think it’s a nice add-on 🙂
  4. Gum Care – Same thing as ‘Massage’ but different vibration speed and pressure. It’s more gentle since it’s meant for gum care but I don’t really use this either since my gums aren’t sensitive and I also use floss to clean my gums. If you have sensitive gums, this mode might be good for you
  5. Sensitive – Super low pressure and vibrations. This is meant for people with even more sensitive gums. Probably will never use this one for me personally but for people who have gum issues, this mode might work for you.

In general there’s 5 different modes but I find myself to use ‘Clean’ and ‘White’ the most since those are the more standard cleaning teeth-based pressures. The last three tend to be more towards gum care and if you have sensitive teeth or gums which I think is great because people who do have the ability to try all different settings.

Brush Head

The front part is the brush head and the back are tiny bristles meant to clean your tongue. The texture of the brush is firm and I’ve used it for the past 2 months and I haven’t seen any wear or tear on the brushes which I think is super amazing… since I can be a pretty rough brusher sometimes.


I’m hosting a giveaway with SmileBrilliant – Click HERE. Enter for a chance to win this electric toothbrush for yourself! A total of 25 entries has to be entered for the giveaway to close.

If you’re interested, I recommend you entering – it’s pretty simple. Just your name and email will do!

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