Now, smart toothbrush that 'can track and improve your dental hygiene'

Washington, Jan. 6 : A French startup has developed a product that it claims is designed to outsmart your doctor.

Kolibree's smart toothbrush analyzes your brushing and lets you track your habits over time through an app for Android and iOS devices, the Verge reported.

The device has a sensor that tracks the areas of your mouth that you're brushing, and will let you know what sections might need a little more attention.

The toothbrush also measures how often and how long the user spends working on their dentures, telling them about their performance by percentage ratings.

Kolibree is set to launch a Kickstarter campaign this summer, with prices ranging between 99 dollars to 200 dollars for various models.

--ANI (Posted on 06-01-2014)

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