Tooth-Embedded Sensor Relays Eating Habits To The Dentist

Tooth-Embedded Sensor Relays Eating Habits To The Dentist
Innovation

A data-collecting device that can tell the difference between eating, speaking, smoking and drinking.

Ross Brooks
  • 30 july 2013

Most of us have told a lie or two to the dentist when they ask how many sweets we eat, or how much we drink and smoke. Unfortunately, those days may be over as a team from the National Taiwan University have created a sensor that fits in your mouth and tracks all of your bad habits.

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