change dentistry

These amazing applications promise to change dentistry

This article explores some of the most amazing applications and new technologies in the field of dentistry.
Oclean Air 2

Tech startup Oclean launches the world’s quietest smart toothbrush – the Oclean Air 2

The toothbrush is powered by WhisperClean, Oclean's proprietary ultrasonic signal technology which delivers one of the quietest brushing experiences.
quip toothbrush

quip’s quipcare aims to democratize and modernize access to dental healthcare

The new platform offers transparent pricing for dental care and allows consumers to book and pay for professional services from a mobile app.
Xiaomi Mi Ultrasonic Toothbrush

Xiaomi connected toothbrush unveiled

The Mi Ultrasonic Toothbrush can send up to 31,000 vibrations per minute to your teeth, while supporting a few app-enabled custom brushing modes.
MouthWatch teledentistry

MouthWatch unveils teledentistry solution

Using TeleDent, providers can offer both asynchronous evaluations and live video conferencing, including both radiographic and intraoral images.
Beam Brush app

Smart toothbrush maker Beam expands into dental insurance

As part of the deal, plan members get a free, smartphone-connected Beam Brush every quarter, along with extra brush heads, toothpaste and floss.

Brighter raises $21M for its SaaS-enabled dental marketplace

The Series D round was led by General Catalyst Partners with participation from DAG Ventures and existing investors, Mayfield, Benchmark and Tenaya.

Oral-B GENIUS promises more intelligent tooth brushing

The system combines Position Detection Technology with Triple Pressure Control and the Professional Timer to help you brush like your dentist recommends.

Kolibree raises $4M for its connected toothbrush

Founded in 2013, the company launched its product on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter, where it managed to secure more than $100,000 in pre-orders.
smart mouth guard

Smart mouth guard could prevent teeth grinding

Researchers from the University of Florida have developed a sensor-laden smart mouth guard, which could monitor teeth grinding.