Toothbrush Transforms Oral Hygiene from Chore to Game

Toothbrush Transforms Oral Hygiene from Chore to Game
technology

Grush is a way for kids to learn good brushing habits early on through the joys of play

Jason Brick
  • 27 may 2015

Grush is a gaming toothbrush. This brush connects to an application with an interface that teaches children where to brush, how intensely to brush, and how to refine their technique.

The Grush wants to integrate children’s brushing their teeth to playing games on their phone by taking a page out of Mary Poppin’s book and making the job a game. Parents can view the game’s statistics for a record of brushing habits to help further improve their childrens’ oral hygiene.

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