Power toothbrush gives kids brushing time a countdown

Sept. 1, 1996
The Interplak® Power Toothbrush, the brand reported to be the most recommended by dentists, now is available in an interactive, kid`s model to help children brush more effectively, and enjoy it. Closer in appearance to a video game than to a traditional toothbrush, the brightly-colored Interplak For Kids model features a unique "countdown" timer that encourages kids to brush for a full two minutes. Individual lights flash every 30 seconds as a reminder to move to the next brushing position,

The Interplak® Power Toothbrush, the brand reported to be the most recommended by dentists, now is available in an interactive, kid`s model to help children brush more effectively, and enjoy it. Closer in appearance to a video game than to a traditional toothbrush, the brightly-colored Interplak For Kids model features a unique "countdown" timer that encourages kids to brush for a full two minutes. Individual lights flash every 30 seconds as a reminder to move to the next brushing position, while counting down the brushing time.

For details, call 800-334-4031.

BAUSCH & LOMB ORAL CARE DIVISION

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