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The modern design of the Electromagnetic Toothbrush is sleek and sophisticated! It was designed, with careful consideration for those in our society who may currently be at greater risk for oral diseases. The Electromagnetic Toothbrush makes brushing easy by providing an automated system, limiting the requirement for manual dexterity, and incorporating gum massaging mechanisms to give you the cleanest of clean smiles in a matter of only 2 minutes!
The Electromagnetic Toothbrush is an ideal platform that is compatible for various age groups, ethnicities, systematic diseases ( diabetes, autoimmune disorders, mental disabilities) , and different levels of oral health.
According to the US Census Bureau 2 in 10 adults live with a disability
This may impact their ability to properly brush their teeth on their own.
The American Hospital Organization cites over 36,000 patients who were hospitalized annually.
Patients who are hospitalized often need the assistance of others to perform proper oral care.
According to the CDC's National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2017 30.3 million (9.4%) people in the US have diabetes. An additional 8.4 million people within the nation are classified as pre-diabetic.
Individuals with diabetes are often at increased risk to periodontal diseases. This is due to factors such as decreased vasculature, troubles with wound healing, and overall increased risk of infection. The precision force, along with ideal 45 degree angle of brushing provided by the Electromagnetic Toothbrush ensures an ideal clean for those prone to periodontal diseases. In addition, the gum massaging feature is especially useful for those with issues of decreased vasculature to promote proper blood circulation in these areas.
Carpal tunnel is the second most prevalent musculoskeletal disorder, with 8 million individuals diagnosed annually. (Bureau of Labor and Statistics and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH))
Carpal Tunnel is often associated with weakness of the muscles of the hand. Wrist pains are also characteristic of this disease; along with numbness, tingling, pain in the thumb and first three digits and pain and burning up the arm. The major concern being addressed by the Electromagnetic Toothbrush is compromised dexterity. The easy design of our brush requires minimal dexterity by patient or care provider.
According to both the CDC and Arthritis Foundation 54.4 million adults in the United States has some form of arthritis.
Arthritis causes a decreased range of motion, pain, stiffness, and redness. The Electromagnetic Toothbrush is an easy solution for those with compromised dexterity.
Information gathered from the National Osteoporosis Foundation shows that 10 million individuals in the US have osteoporosis and an additional 44 million are classified as having low bone density.
Those with osteoporosis have high risk of bone injury. The Electromagnetic Toothbrush allows the user a unique option that is both gentle on their teeth and gums, as well as requiring of minimal motion to utilize.
Parkinson's is the second most common degenerative neurological disorder after Alzheimer’s disease. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, Parkinson’s Disease effects 1 million Americans overall. It is a chronic illness with nearly 60,000 Americans diagnosed annually.
Those with Parkinson's often suffer from the presence of psychotic symptoms,dementia, and motor impairment, all of which could effect the individuals manual dexterity.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 34.3 million Americans smoke.
Smokers are considered to be at greater risk to periodontal disease due to: 1) decreased vasculature 2) troubles with wound healing and 3) increased risk of infection. The Electromagnetic toothbrush gives the user precision force to meticulously clean all tooth surfaces and promote over all oral health.
The Electromagnetic Toothbrush has the potential to help so many more people. The major target audiences we aim to benefit through our product include those at greater risk to developing periodontal diseases and those with hindered manual dexterity. Some of the many cases of individuals who could be assisted by our product were listed above. However, these are not the only cases to be benefited. Additionally, the Electromagnetic Toothbrush could benefit the over 795,000 new stroke victims who have incurred disability annually, or even the 5.2 million who suffered a traumatic brain injury which lead to disability. The benefits of our product are not limited to the listed interest groups, but the many individuals listed could certainly gain a more wholesome oral care regime by incorporating the Electromagnetic Toothbrush to their daily routine.