Which tooth brush is designed to clean wisdom teeth?

Any adult brush. I am not aware of any tooth brush that has been designed specifically for wisdom teeth. The technique and way you brush your teeth is more important than the design of the brush. Any adult brush was mentioned only to allow adequate length for the brush to reach the wisdom teeth.
Any brush. If fully erupted, any adult brush will work fine. If partially erupted, you cannot clean tooth well. For best results, see an oral surgeon for evaluation/recommendations about wisdom teeth.
None. If your wisdom teeth are not fully visible, they are partially impacted and they cannot be fully cleaned. They must be removed because they can cause severe infections in the future.

Related Questions

How long till I can brush my teeth after wisdom teeth removal?

No delay. You can brush as you normally do. Twice a day is recommended. Flossing the back teeth might need to be delayed for a couple a days, as your gums may be quite sensitive due to the recent extraction. Read more...

Wanted to know if I can brush my teeth after wisdom teeth surgery?

Brush wisdom teeth. Gently brush the teeth next to the surgical sites. Try not to dislodge the clots. Salt water rinses are fine. Wait a day before rinsing and brushing your teeth. Your teeth next to the extraction sites will be a bit sore for a few days. If you have nay problems return to your oral surgeon for follow up care. Read more...

Brush your teeth before getting your wisdom teeth out, is this okay?

More than OK. It's a good idea. Always better not to skip brushing and flossing. Try to get back on track as soon as possible after getting your wisdom teeth out. Read more...
It is recommended. Always brush and floss your teeth prior to your oral surgery appointment. Read more...

I'm 28. My bottom wisdom teeth haven't come in fully but my top ones have. Do I have to remove the top ones? I brush them really well every day.

Not necessarily. But think of it this way: if your lower wisdom teeth are impacted, they're never going to erupt correctly. If that's the case, then the maxillary wisdom teeth are essentially useless. Consult with a local dentist who can advise you further. Read more...
See your dentist. Sometimes wisdom teeth are valuable asset when healthy and properly aligned, but more often, they are misaligned, painful and require removal. The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common procedures. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment if needed. Read more...

Can I brush teeth vigorously after wisdom teeth removal?

With caution. You can brush normally after extractions except for the surgical sites. Brushing may traumatize the tissue, cause bleeding and delay healing. Be gentle in these areas. You can rinse with salt water or Chlorhexidine oral rinse to clean and heal sites. The first week can be a little touchy. Read more...
Brushing "Wisdom" First week, avoid adjacent molars to surgical sites. If you have an ultrasonic toothbrush, then as you approach the last molars shut it off. Gentle rinsing and gentle brushing for a week. Then resume as normal and expect some tenderness. Read more...

I have had my lower two wisdom teeth removed a week ago... can I brush the extraction sites now?

No need to. There is no need to brush the extraction sites. Gently brushing the teeth that are adjacent to the sites should be fine at this time. It is unknown how difficult the procedure was, what type of incision was made, how fast you are healing, and if there are any sutures. For all those reasons you should still be very gentle. Your surgeon can guide you with further questions.. Read more...

Is it safe to brush with baking soda after having wisdom teeth removed?

Why? Do you brush with it daily? It is quite abrasive, so don't use daily. Wait till after healing before resuming baking soda periodically. Read more...
YES. The baking soda will not harm the extraction socket. But common sense and being careful is always a good idea. Read more...