Toothbrush and Toothpaste Inventions

Toothbrush, photo taken in Sweden

Weather Toothpaste

Some people know by looking through windows how the weather will be today,  some people don’t have that gift they have to look at the newspapers or listen to the weather forecast news, what if you were late? here is another way that won’t need time to tell you how is the weather going to be today, brushing your teeth, yes with ordinary toothbrush and toothpaste but from a special dispenser, it has to be with the new gadget predicting weather toothpaste.The mint flavor indicates cold weather, the cinnamon predicts warmer days and blue stripes signal rain.

It was David Carr at MIT’s Media Lab, who thought of this incredibledispenser that is attached to a  computer running Linux imports weather data for your neighborhood. Depending on how the barometer’s acting, a rejiggered Mentadent container squeezes out one of the three flavored toothpastes onto your brush.

Soladey- J3X  Toothbrush

Ionic Toothbrush uses technology that cleans your teeth using light and water, without toothpaste. You just have to expose it to any light source and rinse in the water.

Soladey  is an  improved Ionic toothbrush, the Soladey doesn’t  use toothpaste as well, it overcome the defects of both the toothbrush and the toothpaste.

As the toothpaste ingredients such as silica affect the enamel, and it sometimes cause infections in the mouth, and usual toothbrush might hurt the gum and force the plaque out of teeth, it doesn’t take all the plaques away. The ionic toothbrush just work as switching off magnet and take the plaque out of the tooth.

The Ionic Toothbrush is clinically proven to be better than the usual toothbrush it makes the teeth whiter, reduces gum bleeding and without plaque. Some users prefer it to the electric toothbrush because it is ready to take anywhere, don’t need chargers or electricity, and it doesn’t make any noise.

The Soladey-J3X has a solar panel at its base that transmits electrons to the top of the toothbrush through a lead wire. The electrons react with acid in the mouth, creating a chemical reaction that breaks down plaque and kills bacteria. The toothbrush requires no toothpaste, and can be operated with a small amount of solar power.

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