According to the British Dental Health Foundation’s study report more than 35% of women regularly leap brushing their teeth at bedtime. But now a recent survey proves that a new app call Brush DJ has “huge” possible to kit the problem. The app romps music for two minutes for brushing teeth taken from a playlist from the users mobile phone .
The benefits of this app is that it reminds users to spit out after brushing but not to rinse, and sets prompts to brush twice a day.
According to Ben Underwood the dentist, app developer of Honorary University “Brush DJ manifests the positive effect across four main themes –
motivation, education, compliance and perceived benefits”.
“The results of our study show this Brush DJ app is very beneficial to users and also it unlock the path for further research about dental health” said by Underwood.
This app carries special benefits for kids, said by Elizabeth Kay who is the Dean of Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry.
The research was published in the British Dental Journal.