America's ToothFairy and Kolibree Offer Smart Toothbrush Sampling Opportunity for Dental Practices to Improve Dental Health

Posted on November 22, 2016

America's ToothFairy: National Children's Oral Health Foundation and Kolibree invite U.S.-based dental practices to participate in a special opportunity to test the world's first connected sonic toothbrush with 3D motion sensors. The toothbrush, developed by French oral care company Kolibree, collects precise, real-time data to improve users' oral health using an interactive smartphone app.

Each participating dental practice will receive, at no cost, 10 Kolibree toothbrushes, valued at $149 each. One or two units will be to test and display at their practice, with the remainder distributed to selected patients. Participating patients must have the ability to make full use of the Kolibree app and features, and agree to use the brush with the application twice a day for 30 days.

Practices interested in participating can apply at The free opportunity is open to 150 practices on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Kolibree app (free on App Store or Google Play) includes an interactive, educational game called Go Pirate!, which teaches children to brush all areas of their mouth thoroughly. As children progress in brushing regularity and proficiency, badges and points are earned, rewarding children for improving their oral health.

"My son gets excited about brushing his teeth and will remind me that it's time to brush. This is simply amazing!" said Lorine, a mom using Kolibree.

Kolibree is making it possible for children and youth involved with America's ToothFairy to also join in the fun. Between now and the end of January, 2017, 200 Kolibree toothbrushes will be distributed as rewards for youth leaders participating in the #MySmileMatters Youth Movement and contest winners from the America's ToothFairy Kids Club. Learn more at

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