Wireless Technology to Tackle Tooth Decay
Oral B's Triumph is just that -- at least when it comes to geeky toothbrushes.
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Oral-B says that the Triumph helps cut excessive brushing force by 88 percent within 30 days.
December 11, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

I was sure that wireless technology would take over the brain before it went for the mouth. Instead, Oral B wants to use technology to take on the Cavity Creeps, with its new Oral-B Triumph with SmartGuide.

The Triumph is just that—at least as far as toothbrushes are concerned. It has an RFID chip and wireless LCD screen to guide you around the deep, dark areas of the mouth that you might miss during that frantic morning brush session. If you did a good job, it winks at you, says Gadgetell. Now that is creepy.

Other features include feedback on brushing time, sensors that tell you when you’re brushing too hard, and an alert on when it’s time to replace the brush head.

Good hygiene is available now for a mere $150. Check the website for a chance to get one for free.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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