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'Brushette' Replaces Just an Electric Toothbrush Head's Bristles

 - Jul 24, 2018
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Electric toothbrushes and easily replaceable electric toothbrush heads have played a big part in improving the average consumer's oral health and Brushette is now looking to take at-home dental hygiene to the next level with a focus on more sanitary solutions.

Brushette's innovation introduces a patented snapping system that allows consumers to replace just the bristle component of their electric toothbrush head. The bristle heads are individually sealed food-grade nitrogen sterile packages—addressing the fact that more than 30 sets of hands touch conventional bristles before they are put into non-sterilized packaging.

The individual Brushette heads have the potential to be disposed of after every use to reduce the spread of bacteria, as well as customized to one's oral health needs, such as a focus on plaque removal or teeth whitening.