To maintain a healthy oral cavity, dentists recommend brushing your teeth at least 2 times a day, spending 2-3 minutes on each brushing. A group of Austrian engineers have made radical changes to this seemingly unchanging routine.
They developed the fully automatic Amabrush toothbrush. It consists of two parts - a removable cleaning element made of antibacterial silicone, somewhat reminiscent of a boxing mouthguard, and a mechanism that activates it by means of vibration.
The principle behind Amarbush is very simple. The cleaning element is inserted into the mouth and magnetically attaches to the drive end. All that remains is to press a button. Inside the brush is a capsule with toothpaste, which, during the brushing process, flows through microchannels to the teeth.
Another feature of the automatic brush is a coating of elastic 3D-bristles located at an angle of 45 degrees to the gum surface. When you turn on the brush, they begin to vibrate. Thanks to a special algorithm, the vibration amplitude (9.5 G) is changed, which provides a complete sanitization of the teeth within 10 seconds. It is recommended to replace the tooth head every 2-3 months.
The creators of Amabrush put their product on Kickstarter at a price of $ 90, another $ 3, 40 will cost toothpaste. The toothbrush will go on sale in December.