BLUETOOTH CONNECTED TOOTHBRUSH HELPS PROMOTE LONGER BRUSHING.

August 20, 2014

BLUETOOTH CONNECTED TOOTHBRUSH HELPS PROMOTE LONGER BRUSHING.

ORAL-B® DEBUTS WORLD’S FIRST AVAILABLE INTERACTIVE ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH AT MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2014
Worldwide Leader in Oral Care Brings Smartphone Technology to Toothbrushing for the Well-Connected Bathroom

The new Oral-B interactive electric toothbrush with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and the Oral-B App will be available in limited quantities in Germany this spring, with a global rollout – including the SmartSeries – launching as of June 2014. The new Oral-B App will be available in iOS in May, and in Android in August.

It records brushing activity as data that you can chart on your own and share with dental professionals.
Programs Personal Brush Settings: You can use your smartphone as a “remote control” to customize your brush to your needs, including setting your target session length and selecting your preferred modes.

Another interesting use of technology, cell phones, apps and something we all have used all of our lives that somehow now is so much cooler and better… sort of!

http://connectedtoothbrush.com





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