DR. CAUSEY: Kim. Let’s start with disposable toothbrushes. I don’t really have a favorite brand, but I can tell you some qualities to look for. Choose a toothbrush with a head that allows for easy access to all surfaces of your teeth. It should have a handle long enough to comfortably hold in your hand. Bristles? Soft is the safest and most comfortable choice. And it doesn’t hurt to check for the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Approval on the package. Powered or electric toothbrushes are great…but more expensive. Next time you’re in for a check-up I’ll show you an electric brush I use myself.