Patented T-shape Tooth Brush

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Patented T-shape Tooth Brush

  1. 1. Revolutionary Toothbrush <br />Denson patented environment friendly toothbrush with Multi Brushing Direction. The design concept and unique characteristic of the Multiway Toothbrush is to separate the brush head from the handle. The brush head which has 2 different connecting points at 2 different locations can be connected to the handle and can effectively brush the teeth in 2 different directions.<br />Who invented the toothbrush and when was it invented? <br />Various Peoples. 1938 (modern).<br />The toothbrush as we know it today was not invented until 1938. However, early forms of the toothbrush have been in existence since 3000 BC. Ancient civilizations used a " chew stick," which was a thin twig with a frayed end. These 'chew sticks' were rubbed against the teeth.The bristle toothbrush, similar to the type used today, was not invented until 1498 in China. The bristles were actually the stiff, coarse hairs taken from the back of a hog's neck and attached to handles made of bone or bamboo.Boar bristles were used until 1938, when nylon bristles were introduced by Dupont de Nemours. The first nylon toothbrush was called Doctor West's Miracle Toothbrush. Later, Americans were influenced by the disciplined hygiene habits of soldiers from World War II. They became increasingly concerned with the practice of good oral hygiene and quickly adopted the nylon toothbrush.Some other interesting toothbrush facts:The first mass-produced toothbrush was made by William Addis of Clerkenwald, England, around 1780.The first American to patent a toothbrush was H. N. Wadsworth, (patent number 18,653,) on Nov. 7, 1857.Mass production of toothbrushes began in America around 1885.One of the first electric toothbrushes to hit the American market was in 1960. It was marketed by the Squibb,,, company under the name Broxodent. <br />Ordinary Toothbrush VS Denson T-shape Toothbrush <br />Ordinary Toothbrush (Front Teeth)As commonly known, the correct method of brushing teeth is from up to down. With an ordinary toothbrush, moving up and down to clean the front of the teeth, is unable to balance its movement of brushing, It is also difficult to control the speed. As a result, the hand gets tired and the time of brushing is reduced. Therefore, it is impossible to clean the teeth thoroughly with one directional brushing.<br />Multiway Toothbrush (Front Teeth)T-SHAPE of Denson Toothbrush can brush the front of the teeth freely and evenly from up to down. It can clean the teeth more effectively up to 99% according to evaluation and experiments. According to experiments for many users.It can even remove plaque.Ordinary Toothbrush VS Multiway ToothbrushOrdinary Toothbrush (Rear Teeth)An ordinary toothbrush is impossible to clean the rear of the teeth. This is because the design of the ordinary toothbrush disable from up and down brushing the rear of the teeth more freely and evenly. It can only brush the rear of the teeth from left to right, therefore the majority of teeth decay is always from the rear of the teeth.Multiway Toothbrush (Rear Teeth)T-SHAPE of Denson Toothbrush can brush the rear of the teeth freely and evenly from up to down. Tooth decay usually occur at inner part and rear of the teeth. This tooth can solve this problem. Meanwhile it can effectively remove all the stains from the rear of the teeth.From time to time, there are many toothbrush product in the market with different shape and design but none of them are created in T-shape. Only Denson does.<br /> HYPERLINK " http://edensontoothbrush.blogspot.com/2009/04/dupont-tynex-612-bristles.html" DuPont Tynex 612 Bristles <br />DuPont Tynex® 612 Nylon Filament Product Characteristics Premium-quality Tynex® filaments, the result of DuPont’s advanced research and engineering, meet the most demanding requirements of brush makers and consumers for toothbrushes and personal-care brushes of the highest quality. Significant benefits and extra values are:<br />Surface Finish<br />DuPont’s proprietary finish enhances tufting efficiency and productivity. This finish complies with United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regularation<br />Packaging<br />The diameter consistency of DuPont’s paper wrapped hanks meets or exceeds the stringent requirements of new auto load toothbrush machines.<br />End-Rounding<br />High quality materials and precise process control give optimum end-rounding performance<br />please visit our website http://www.edenson.com/henrylee <br />What Is Good Oral Hygiene? <br />Good oral hygiene results in a mouth that looks and smells healthy. This means:Your teeth are clean and free of debris , Gums are pink and do not hurt or bleed when you brush or floss. Bad breath is not a constant problemIf your gums do hurt or bleed while brushing or flossing, or you are experiencing persistent bad breath, see your dentist. Any of these conditions may indicate a problem.Your dentist or hygienist can help you learn good oral hygiene techniques and can help point out areas of your mouth that may require extra attention during brushing and flossing.How Is Good Oral Hygiene Practiced?Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Healthy teeth not only enable you to look and feel good, they make it possible to eat and speak properly. Good oral health is important to your overall well-being.Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop and is much less painful, expensive, and worrisome than treating conditions that have been allowed to progress.In between regular visits to the dentist, there are simple steps that each of us can take to greatly decrease the risk of developing tooth decay, gum disease and other dental problems.These include:Brushing thoroughly twice a day and flossing dailyEating a balanced diet and limiting snacks between mealsUsing dental products that contain fluoride, including toothpasteplease visit our website http://www.edenson.com/henrylee <br />

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