Can I Bring Toothbrush on a plane ?

For those wondering whether they can bring a toothbrush on their travels, the simple answer for the manual one is “Yes,” but let’s go a bit deeper into the nuances of traveling with a toothbrush.

manual toothbrush

NOTICE: This article is intended for people traveling to or within the United States of America.

The information presented is based on guidelines from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the agency overseeing the security of the traveling public in the United States. These rules apply whether you’re flying into, within, or out of the U.S.

What TSA says about traveling with a Toothbrush on a plane?

When it comes to manual toothbrushes, the TSA has no restrictions for bringing them in either checked or carry-on luggage. Toothbrushes, are permitted on flights and does not depend on the size. The TSA’s stance on this is clear.

TSA Toothbrush Rules
Rules of TSA about traveling with “Toothbrush” as of February 02,2024

However, if your toothbrush is electronic, special instructions applies, please check the dedicated page for TSA rules on travelling with electronic toothbrush.

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What about the rules for your destination?

Scroll through the list below to see if your destination has any restrictions for travelers. There is also other important information available, such as visa requirements and places to visit:

Stay Updated on Toothbrush Travel Rules

This page was created based on TSA guidelines as of October 31, 2023. We will keep you updated on any changes to these rules.
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