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It is said that Ming Emperor Ming Xiaozong invented the world's first toothbrush in 1498 by inserting short stiff pig's watchful bristles into a bone handle. 1983, DuPont Chemical introduced a toothbrush with synthetic fiber instead of watchful animal bristles, and we officially launched the first toothbrush with nylon yarn as bristles on February 24 of that year. Since then, modern toothbrushes have been introduced into millions of households and are rapidly gaining popularity worldwide.
In 1954, a Swiss dentist invented the first electric toothbrush. It needed to be connected to a plug to be used, and a plug board had to be installed at the place of use, a significant limitation in use and a safety hazard. After the wired electric toothbrush has a wireless electric toothbrush, compared to the wired electric toothbrush, the wireless electric toothbrush solves these problems. Wireless electric toothbrush relies on battery power generation. When the battery is dead, need to replace the battery. Slowly people pay attention to environmental protection and reduce the use of batteries. Invented the wireless charging electric toothbrush, the existing wireless charging electric toothbrush function is very humane. It has a timing function, brush to the time automatically stop, for different people also have different intensity, it is worth noting that it has a power alert function, you do not have to worry about you do not know when out of power, need to charge, you need to put on the matching wireless charging seat plate.
The sale of electric toothbrushes has been improving recently, but nowhere near as good as in Europe and the United States. Why should you use an electric toothbrush, and what benefits does it possess. Some experts say that electric toothbrushes have more advantages than ordinary toothbrushes; the electric toothbrush brush head is generally designed to be more compact, which is conducive to reaching the back of the mouth, and can brush the dead ends of hygiene in the mouth. In addition, electric toothbrushes are designed to vibrate in a scientific mode, with high cleaning efficiency. Traditional toothbrushes are difficult to thoroughly remove plaque, plus the improper method of brushing teeth so that the cleaning effect of brushing teeth is significantly reduced. Studies have shown that electric toothbrushes remove 38% more plaque than manual toothbrushes, and dental experts have unanimously confirmed their cleaning ability. So it is still essential to use an electric toothbrush.
According to the development of the market, wireless charging electric toothbrushes will be standard; wireless charging electric toothbrushes will also replace ordinary toothbrushes.