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Our dentists constantly remind us to replace our toothbrushes every 90 days so they're most effective at battling plaque, but how often do we really remember to do that? To make it easier, Brush Buddies has created the 90 Day Brush featuring a timer and built-in LCD display that reminds users exactly when it's time to get a new one. And at just six bucks, it's as cheap as other disposable brushes.


I was at a friend's house the other day and I noticed that she and her roommates all use electric toothbrushes. There were three of them charging in a row on the windowsill. With all the electric razors, bathroom scales, hairdryers and weird electric face cleansing scrubby things out there I started wondering if I should be smart-primping too. What are the advantages to plugging in? Go through your morning routine below.


Toothbrushes haven't changed much. Sure, some fancy tech wiz brushes spin the bristles themselves, but at the end of the day, after centuries of use, we still have to hold the damn thing. Not anymore. The T2T is a hands-free toothbrush that you slip onto your tongue to do your teeth cleaning. It's the grossest way to be hygienic.


Shoving an ergonomically-designed vibrating stick in our mouths and waiting for it to brush our teeth is average morning fare these days.

Our main task during the two minutes it takes for a battery-powered toothbrush to rid our pearly whites of plaque is to try not to drool. It's a pretty cushy exercise -- and one that's become commonplace only recently.


Yes, there are ninja assassins after that disgusting, germ-ridden toothbrush of yours. They want to brutally annihilate 99 per cent of the mess with their germicidal ultraviolet lights and you should probably just step back and let them do it.