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tooth·brush head

(tūth'brŭsh hed)
That part of the implement composed of the tufts and the stock (extension of the handle to which tufts are attached).
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The innovation of the proposed toothbrush head consists of retractile bristles groups that can be inserted on both manual and electrical handles, and any number of bristles and any type of head geometry can be adapted.
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Effectively, what you have designed is simply a toothbrush head which screws on to the top of a tube of toothpaste.
The $99.95 Personal Model is the basic-priced Sonicare toothbrush and includes an individual toothbrush head with travel cap, handle and charger.