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“Brush Suggester” Aims to Help People Choose the Right Toothbrush

Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014


NEW YORK, May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With a mission to improve oral health in the U.S., toothbrush delivery service GoodMouth is launching a new "Brush Suggester"—a quick questionnaire that provides a personalized toothbrush suggestion, catered to a user's unique profile. Though the hardworking toothbrush plays a crucial role in preserving your hygiene and oral health, the bathroom staple seldom gets the attention it deserves. In fact, most people use brushes that are too large for their mouths or not suited for their individual needs. Using the wrong toothbrush can lead to less effective brushing, damage to tooth structure and gum tissue, and even discomfort and increased sensitivity. Whether you're a GoodMouth subscriber or simply exploring your options, you can use the online questionnaire to learn about the perfect brush for your needs.

Ranging from compact brush heads for the youngest in your family to ergonomic germ-killers for the adults, GoodMouth offers ten different BPA-Free brush types that account for every need. People with ultra-sensitive gums will benefit from the super-soft bristled Panda brushes, while those with braces will love the Tiger or the Leopard for supremely efficacious cleansing. Use the "Brush Suggester" to take the guesswork out of the equation and find the right brushes for you and your entire family.

GoodMouth was founded on the principle that old toothbrushes can harbor bacteria and cause easily preventable oral diseases. From helping you choose the right toothbrush to ensuring that you always have fresh toothbrushes, no matter how hectic life becomes, GoodMouth does the legwork to bring you better health. Subscriptions are available monthly, bimonthly, or once every three months for just $4.95 per delivery, and subscribers are able to cancel at any time throughout the year. A GoodMouth subscription also benefits the millions of Americans without access to dental healthcare by providing someone in need with two brushes or the equivalent in dental care.

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