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Willo is a drudge that wants to reinstate your toothbrush

If we consider about it, a simple judgment of a toothbrush hasn’t grown since… forever. Sure, many people have switched to an electric toothbrush, though it stays a hang with a brush during a end.

Willo thinks that’s not good enough. The association has grown an verbal caring device to urge brushing with a concentration on plaque. The association says that simple brushing usually cleans 42% of dental plaque, while electric brushes purify 46% of dental plaque.

The startup has worked with dentists to pattern a product. It still sounds a bit mysterious, as a association isn’t pity most about a product. The print above is a usually picture of a product right now.

But what we do know is that a startup has lifted a $7.5 million appropriation turn led by Kleiner Perkins, with Bpifrance and Nest co-founder Matt Rogers also participating. The association was founded by Hugo de Gentile, Ilan Abehassera and Jean-Marie de Gentile, and it attended The Refiners accelerator program.

Now let’s see how it indeed works, how most it costs and if people are peaceful to change all about a approach they brush their teeth.