Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for June 07, 2006


Woke up this morning and my nose had a little bit more blockage than usual so was I because I switched back to my old toothbrush? I go to the local health food store’s web site and search for toothbrushes. They sell them and it’s called the RADIUS Toothbrush.

I use Dr. Google to read up about it. It was featured recently on the Discovery channel and there are testimonials from Sting, Whoopi Goldberg, Robert Redford, Jane Fonda and Cher but celebrity endorsement doesn’t exactly mean that it’s good for you.

Detailed Description

 The wide oval head, thumb grip and large comfortable handle available in right or left orientation makes this a classic toothbrush – now in its 22nd year of production.

The very fine Tynex nylon bristles make it much softer than regular brushes – while the mass of bristle tips (6,500 – over 3 times more than regular) massages the gums and removes plaque effectively. The extra bristles make it more durable and 60% of our users report it lasting three times longer.

The right or left hand orientation automatically places the bristles at the 45 degrees recommended by the ADA.

Ecologically packaged in a useful travel case. The handle is made of renewable resource cellulose – 93% wood based from sustainable yield forests.

I love the fact that the bristles are Tynex nylon and the handle is wood based cellulose. It’s big head makes it very weird to use for the first time and it feels like using a gobstopper to brush your teeth.


June 8, 2006 - Posted by | Health | ,

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