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Oral-B Bluetooth toothbrush syncs with smartphone app

Oral-B will show off its Bluetooth equipped toothbrushes at MWC 2014 that interface with a smartphone app

| Health Technology News | Posted: Feb 21, 2014 4:06 pm

Many people out there are still using normal toothbrushes to keep their teeth clean. There are also a number of folks that have adopted high-tech toothbrushes to help keep their mouths even cleaner. Oral-B is one of the biggest names in electric toothbrushes and the company has announced that it will be showing off its most tech packed toothbrush yet at MWC 2014.

 

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The toothbrush is the first to feature Bluetooth 4.0 technology inside. The Bluetooth tech inside the toothbrush interfaces with an app that runs on your smartphone. The idea is that the app can be programmed with the help of a dentist to help you concentrate on part so the mouth that need it.

 

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The app also gives you feedback on how well you brush. That feedback includes how long you brushed and if you used too much pressure among other things. The toothbrush can be programmed with personal brush settings for target session length and preferred brushing modes.

 

The app for the smart toothbrush will be available for iOS and Android users. Bluetooth tech will be used inside the Oral-B SmartSeries line. Pricing is unannounced at this time. The SmartSeries toothbrushes will launch in June with the app landing in May for the iOS user and August for Android.

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