Thursday, May 7, 2015

Japanese discover brush teeth witch can be used without pastry

A Japanese company has invented tooth brush which does not need toothpaste.

This kind of brush with nanotechnology has discovered and produced Yumeshokunin Japanese company, and has designed designer Kosho Ueshima, transmits Koha.net announcements.
She cleans her teeth with mineral ions, instead of standard tooth paste.
Ions in the brush activated when it dives into the water and then teeth can be cleaned. Precisely these clean our teeth like pastries and remove food residues and stains as well as protect tooth enamel.
Combs is called Misoka, which means "the last day of the month". It should be changed every month. 

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