So you think spending 10 seconds to brush your precious enamels are a little too long? Well, then how does a jiffy 3 seconds sounds? If that piques your interest, then Unico smartbrush should be right up your alley. Like the Amabrush we saw a while back, Unico smartbrush promised to leave your teeth sneaky clean, completely hands free, in mere 3 seconds. I am not going to lie. It boggles my mind. Is it even possible? Apparently, it is, or so we were told. Continue reading This Crazy Smart Toothbrush Will Brush Your Teeth In Mere 3 Seconds!
If you are a treehugger, but still uses an electric toothbrush, then I am sorry to say that you are not a true treehugger. No, wait. You could be, if you use Be. A product of Goodwell Co., Be. is a powered toothbrush that requires no battery to power it. Wait a minute. Is that even possible? As it turns out, it actually can be done because, kinetic energy. How works is pretty straight forward; twisting the dial at the base of the unit twice creates store energy which, when release, turns into kinetic energy that is then transfer to rotate the brush head. Continue reading We Didn’t Think A Battery-free Powered Toothbrush Is Possible, But…
Dread brushing your teeth every night? Well, who doesn’t? It is a necessary evil that one cannot do without. But fret not. Your days of brushing, flossing, and rinsing are over… as long as you shower. How so? ToothShower. ToothShower is exactly what it says it is: a shower for your teeth and as such, it is also designed to be used inside the shower, so you can shower your body and your precious ivories in a continuous, seamless routine and without worrying about making a mess of yourself. Makes sense cos’ you are already showering, aren’t you? Continue reading ToothShower Wants To Shower Your Teeth Instead Of Brushing
Most people will agree that the ritual of brushing teeth is a necessary evil and part and parcel of being alive. Thankfully, for the lazy-asses out there (yours truly included), there are electric toothbrushes to alleviate the pain of brushing teeth. However, if even then it proves a little too much effort on your part, then I am 100 percent sure Amabrush will be the oral hygiene gadget you wanted all your life. Billed as the world’s first automatic toothbrush, Ambush takes the chore of brushing out entirely. Don’t worry, you can still keep your real teeth. Continue reading Amabrush Brushes Your Teeth, Hands-Free, In Just 10 Seconds
Don’t you just love these studies that tell you what’s good and what’s not? I mean, besides the obvious, there’s a bunch of studies for on topics like is mouthwash actually good, or whether coffee is detrimental to your health or not. Last week, we came across one such report relating to dental flossing, which naturally, made me raise my eyebrows. According to the report, “there’s little proof that (dental) flossing works,” and the U.S. actually admitted that its (dental flossing) effectiveness “had never been researched, as required.” Continue reading Wait, What? Now, There’s Little Proof That Flossing Works?
Toothbrush is an everyday object we use at least twice a day and we pretty much don’t give a damn about it until it is time change. But according to some studies, we really should give a damn about these bristle-packed oral hygiene tool. Why? Because it shares the same space as the god damn toilet, that’s why. According to a study, there’s a 60 percent chance of your toothbrush is covered in fecal matter (yes, that’s poop!) – thanks to the act of flushing each time a person is done with dropping the kids at the pool. The flushing ejects droplets and vapors naked to human eyes onto the floor and in the air, with the latter eventually reaching the tool that we put into our mouth. That’s one good reason to keep the lid of the toilet close when flushing and also, keep your toothbrush’s bristle encased in toothbrush case such as Brushield. Continue reading Brushield Toothbrush Case Keeps Poop Out Of Your Toothbrush And Kill Germs Too
Changing toothbrush on regular basis is a first world problem and apparently, someone have had enough of this wastage which, according to Goodwell & Company, would see a person dumping 12 pounds of plastic toothbrushes in his or her lifetime and the population Earth on the whole can generate as much as 80 billion pounds of plastic waste. We don’t quite agree though, cos’ it is after all, a first world problem which means not all 7.1 billion folks on planet Earth shares the same frivolous treatment when it comes to toothbrush, if they even brushes at all. Still, we thought the proposed open-source toothbrush by Goodwell & Company could be a serious game changer in the oral care segment. The outfit views disposal oral care product like the toothbrush as “planned obsolescence” and has a grand plan to halt it, and the open-source toothbrush is their weapon of choice which happens to look pretty awesome too. Continue reading Sustainable Toothbrush Comes with Option to Track Your Oral Activities
who would have thought that one day we will need a smart toothbrush to guide us through our teeth maintenance routine? but here it is, the Oral-B SmartSeries Bluetooth Electric Toothbrush, the world’s first interactive electric toothbrush that is designed to aid your personal dentist to ensure you are brushing it right. the device works in conjunction with a free companion app and communicates with your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.0 technology. this dental hardware and app combo will serve to provide real-time guidance as you brush your teeth, caution you when you are brushing a little too hard and records brushing activity which you can review subsequently or share with your dentist. Continue reading Oral-B SmartSeries Bluetooth Electric Toothbrush
Rinser Toothbrush | US$22.00 | www.amronexperimental.com
typically, when we brush our teeth we use a cup to hold the water for rinsing our mouths or for lazy ones, we simply bent over with our head in the sink and under the faucet to get some water for rinsing – both which are not really convenient methods if you really think about it. such a seemingly minute matter indeed and yet for the longest time, nobody has reinvent how we should really rinse our mouth, until now. Continue reading Rinser Toothbrush