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There are a number of devices you can buy to help clean
your teetch, including rotating toothbruses, water pics,
etc. All of these devices uses batteries or electrical
to drive the mechanics of the system.
However, the faucet on your tap already has pressurized
water on it.
is a device that hooks in somewhere on your water
lines near your bathroom sink, either on the faucet,
it, on the tap spout itself, etc.
It's connected to thin hoses which drive a water pic,
rotating toothbrush, etc. Similar to a air pressure system
used to drive tools in machine shops.
That way, you can avoid purchasing batteries, plugging
the devices, etc. More economical and less
||Hmm. This is both practical and feasible. Even so, [+].
||Practical until you see the next water bill.
||This also avoids bluetooth-enabled toothbrushes, like mine, which can report my brushing habits to the dental hygenist.
||Rotary only. A type of reciprocating motor would not be
||I'm not certain why my parents ever bothered to try and keep
our water pik around when I was a kid. That thing was far
too much fun to play with.
||Hmmm - thought I did something like this once but maybe it never made it past my head.
||Similar to an athlete's bite guard, but more closely tailored via dental gel molding with spinning brushes at the base of each tooth.
||I dismissed it as impractical to develop, but given that you can now laser scan a tooth, transfer the program to your fabber and build a crown while the patient snoozes, somebody will play with it and test the market.