Most people brush their teeth twice a day. This is no big deal on the surface; in fact, it is proper oral hygiene. However, there are a million and one things you could be doing with the time you took to brush your teeth. According to some reports, the time spent brushing your teeth adds up to 100 days’ worth during a lifetime. There’s a device that can significantly reduce this time. Meet the Amabrush, the world’s first fully automatic toothbrush which does the job in 10 seconds.
The Amabrush is made of antibacterial silicone, which kills more than 99 percent of all bacteria. The bristles are arranged at 45-degree angles on both sides, in order to clean all your teeth t once, and they are soft enough to prevent damage to your gums, yet strong enough to clean each tooth precisely. There are also microchannels built into the mouthpiece to transport the toothpaste throughout the device. It’s also easy to clean; all you need to do is rinse it in the sink. The mouthpiece should be replaced every three to six months.
The handpiece contains the mechanism for delivering the liquid toothpaste. At the touch of a button, the toothpaste is made to foam and delivered to the mouthpiece. Also, the handpiece create strong vibrations to oscillate the bristles and clean your teeth. The process of cleaning the teeth is completed in just 10 seconds, which means that each tooth gets brushed in just 1.25 seconds. The battery in the handpiece can last for 28 brushing sessions. This means that you can use it twice a day for two weeks before it requires another charge. Furthermore, multiple mouthpieces can be used with the same handpiece.
Right now, Amabrush is available for order via Kickstarter. The basic model goes for $90 and comes with a handpiece, mouthpiece, toothpaste capsule and basic charger. The wireless charging model goes for $113. Shipments will begin in December, according to reports.