Beyond tracking, the device will also send notifications to parents when a child is not brushing their teeth, or if a toothbrush is too old.
The ultrasonic toothbrush knows its position in a mouth and shows exactly where you brushed and for how long; this data is then accessible through an app.
The Columbus, OH-based digital health startup is offering a mobile-connected, smart toothbrush to reinvent dental benefits.
MouthWatch's $199 intraoral camera is cheap enough to give to patients; it can convince patients of needed work, and prescreen adult patients before a visit.
This new kind of medical device is designed to help users maintain their dental health by acting as an early detection tool for dental problems.
The toothbrush relies on a 3-axis accelerometer and on-board microcontroller to keep up with user's oral activities and send the information to the app.
Beam's toothbrush connects via Bluetooth to an iPhone or Android-based device to tell the user about his or her brushing habits.
The built-in motion sensors together with mobile games are made to guide kids' brushing while allowing parents to track results.
The device combines the advanced sensor technology to detect movements and educate users to better brush their teeth, and motivate them to do that properly.
The innovative device will provide users with "excellent control" over their oral care through an Android or iOS application.