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Y-Brush

The Y-Brush was designed to clean every tooth in your mouth in just 10 seconds.

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It comes in two pieces. The trapezoid-shaped motor and the brush tray.

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The tray is lined with nylon bristles positioned at 45-degree angles -- the same angle the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends holding a "normal" toothbrush against your gums.

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The Y-Brush is rechargeable and will last a month of use on a single charge.

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To use it, you put toothpaste in the brush tray.

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You place it in your mouth and press the button on the handle which makes it vibrate. As it vibrates you make chewing motions for 5 seconds.

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Next, you take it out of your mouth, flip it over and repeat the process.

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The Y-Brush is currently undergoing a clinical trial, something not required for commercial toothbrushes.

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The brush comes in four sizes to fit everyone from adults to kids.

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You can currently preorder the Y-Brush with deliveries expected to happen in April 2019.

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