TODAY’S PATENT – TOOTHBRUSH
There have been several failed attempts in the past with respect to the invention of a toothbrush to clean the tooth surface that is difficult to reach. In today’s patent, we will discuss an automatic “Toothbrush”, invented by Martin H. Kaufman and patented by the USPTO on 18th February 1986.
The present invention provides a kind of toothbrush which is adapted to automatically guide the user to a proper position in the mouth for efficient cleaning of the teeth. The prior unsatisfactory inventions posed considerable difficulty in directing the operator to the correct positioning and use of the toothbrush without any prior instruction. Also, generally, they proved to be incapable of accomplishing the desired result which resulted in damaging the teeth or the gums.
The objective of this invention is to provide a toothbrush that is so configured that it prompts an efficient usage of the automatic device. This objective is achieved with a conveniently sized utensil that is inexpensive to manufacture and convenient to use. With its body design and bristle elements, it provides an improved idea for the toothbrush overcoming the incapacities.