How many times have you asked your children if they brushed their teeth, assumed they were lying and asked to smell their breath to verify that they did indeed brush their teeth? I got tired of smelling my kids breath, especially on the off chance that they didn’t actually brush. As a parent, being able to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that my children not only brushed but also exactly how well they brushed was a pipe dream, one that quickly became reality.
Habits rule our lives. By the time you’re in your mid forties, you have brushed your teeth well over thirty thousand times. By now, you have developed a habit of how you brush. This includes how well you have hit and miss certain teeth. Being able to see exactly how you brush is not only a real eye opener but can also be a medical lifesaver.
It has been proven time and time again that the mouth is the catalyst to many, many health problems. Heart attacks to Alzheimer's, it all starts in the mouth with periodontal disease. How well you brush your teeth will predict your future health or lack of it. We at Blu smart toothbrush want you to not only know that your health starts with your mouth but truly know that you are being proactive in your health. We started on this journey to ensure our children’s health and well being and have grown to ensure that everyone has a chance to be the keeper of their health. It is our mission to stop preventable diseases that start in the mouth by using proper techniques and tools. We strive to make Blu smart toothbrush your tool to better health.
According to Registered Dental Hygienist Magazine
"Periodontal health is increasingly being linked to playing a larger role in systemic health, according to extensive and recent research. A significant body of research has associated periodontal disease with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and adverse pregnancy complications. Additionally, periodontal disease has been linked to other diseases, including respiratory disease, chronic kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, metabolic syndrome, erectile dysfunction, and cancer."