From our childhood, we are taught to brush our teeth in a certain way, but does your brushing is really effective? A French startup introduced a product at CES 2014 which will help to answer that question without the need to visit a dentist. It is Kolebree, a smart toothbrush that indicates which areas of your teeth need more attention. Created to be, in the words of its manufacturer, "smarter than your dentist," it makes use of sensors that monitor brushing. That done, it can send data to your mobile device, tablet or smartphone with Android or iOS, indicating how you can improve your dental health.
Kolibree also dictates how long and how often you brush your each teeth, thus allowing more detailed analysis of your brushing. But the device is not intended to solve dental problem, nor to be a threat to health professionals specializing in teeth.
Kolibree will be available at price ranges between $99 and $200, depending on model.