Toothbrushes That Use Solar Power to Do away with Harmful Bacteria

2010

When it comes to cleaning out teeth, toothbrushes and toothpaste seem to be indispensable fixtures that will withstand the ravages of time and science and march on with us into the future. But on the other hand… they may not.

Shiken Soladey-J3X

How about forgoing the ritual of squeezing toothpaste onto your brush every day and getting at the gunk coating your teeth with your toothbrush alone? It is quite possible if you use the Shiken Soladey-J3X armed with the might of the sun.

The Shiken Soladey-J3X carries a solar panel attached to its base sending a jet of electrons via the head. The electrons deal with the oral acid and destroy all bacterial cells effectively. At least that’s what its creators, Dr. Kunio Komiyama and Dr. Gerry Uswak, assure us of. The new solar toothbrush is being field-tried now to give us definite proof of that.

Shiken Soladey-J3X

But while toothpaste, besides cleaning, also attends to cavities and plaque deposits in our mouths, there’s no word of solar power covering those grounds as well.

Source of the image: Kk-shiken

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