power toothbrush

pow·er tooth·brush

(pow'ĕr tūth'brŭsh)
Oral health care device driven by electricity or battery; also called power-assisted, automatic, electric, or mechanical (in contrast with manual).
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NEW YORK -- The power toothbrush segment continues to see a swath of new digital innovations to help consumers better care for their teeth.
Ranir is the largest private label oral care company globally, with a comprehensive portfolio of 300+ highly customized oral care solutions including power toothbrush heads, power toothbrush handles, whitening strips, manual toothbrushes, floss, dentures and travel kits that it sells into over 50 countries worldwide.
This study investigated whether the use of a power toothbrush would reduce oral, and thus, systemic inflammation in nursing home residents.
5 October 2016 - US-based oral care products manufacturer Ranir LLC has acquired Canadian store brand manual and power toothbrush maker BrushPoint, the company said.
Power Rangers themed toothbrushes will be offered in two styles, a battery-operated power toothbrush and a manual light-up toothbrush with a one-minute flashing timer light.
* Philips Sonicare is rolling out new Sonicare for Kids, a rechargeable power toothbrush for kids ages 4-plus.
But with the help of Sonicare EasyClean power toothbrush, the unsavory consequences of our sweet indulgences can be prevented.
Bartizek, "Effect of an oscillating rotating power toothbrush on plaque removal and regrowth," The American Journal of Dentistry, vol.
While the characters appeal to young children, the power toothbrush cleaning ability appeals to parents.
"The solution is to follow a simple regime for better oral care and invest in a quality power toothbrush, such as the Oral-B Triumph 5000 with SmartGuide.