Encouraging children to brush their teeth regularly can seem like a challenge. As the father of an (almost) four year old I can assure you: every day is an OK Corral. It is not that she is lazy, the little one, on the contrary. It's just that she stubbornly wants to do it alone with the toothbrush, and of course she never does it right.
How do you know if she is cleaning her teeth well? How to avoid taking the toothbrush and using it every time in its place, slowing down his learning process? (As you can see that I am a nerdy parent. In other times this was not a problem. Yes. In other times, however, there were also cluster caries, the truth is this).
I know 'Willo
Willo comes to the rescue of the dads and children in the process of being defined. Does he say "what is it"? This is a robot toothbrush for children. Could it be, I wonder, a solution for parents to their children's oral hygiene dilemmas? Let's see'.
The (happy?) Child who owns Willo just needs to put this intelligent automated brushing system in their mouth and this toothbrush will easily remove plaque and stains. The company guarantees that this is a truly extraordinary approach, especially for the age group between 6 and 12 (but it would take some education in oral hygiene until the age of majority).
Could a toothbrush with its companion app be missing?
Ease of use isn't Willo's only distinguishing feature. This robot toothbrush for kids connects to an inevitable companion app that allows parents to monitor their brushing technique and even receive tips. The system goes so far as to tell which teeth were "treated the least" by the toothbrush, it is a kind of dental Orwell.