We received our Oral-B Disney Princess Power toothbrush and toothpaste in return for our personal testing an review. My/my daughter's honest opinions follow: As we all know, as parents, we can't stress proper dental care enough when teaching our kids. I tell my own that they only get two sets, and this last one is for life. My daughter had never owned a power toothbrush before so I was excited to introduce one to her. At first I showed her all the princesses, removed it from the package and just let her hold it and then we turned it on. This may not seem like a big deal to most, but when a child with autism and accompanying sensory issues, sticking a power toothbrush in their mouth could be overwhelming. I also tried the toothpaste a bit myself, I need to know what to expect. The toothpaste was a nice bubblegum flavor, I didn't care for it over all, but she doesn't have any problems or complaints which is most important. Overall, my little one loves the toothbrush and toothpaste. I usually brush her teeth without turning the toothbrush on and then let her turn it on and brush them herself. There's also an awesome app to download with a timer which is intended to guide kids to brush for the proper amount of time. I sometimes set it but I have to insist the iPad not go into the bathroom for all the obvious reasons. As a mom and shopper, I will seek out Oral-B Pro Health Childrens power brushes again, along with Crest's Pro Health toothpaste.