Toothbrush Timer is a sophisticated toothbrush timer that will accurately measure the duration of your toothbrush strokes. The timer can be placed to tell you how much time you brush, up to 45 minutes. Or you could set it to gauge how much time it takes to brush, any number of minutes. It would be great for a short-timer or one-timer that gives you the more detailed information.

This innovative and useful toothbrush timer will help you measure the duration of your brushing session and will also let you know the number of minutes you have brushed. The timer is really useful for people who have a hard time remembering to brush their teeth. You might want to do three minutes, then go do something else for about three minutes, and so on. With the timer, you will always remember to do this and that.

If you are a real fan of sparkling teeth, the best way to keep your smile looking dazzling is to regularly visit the dentist and get your teeth cleaned. Your regular toothbrushing session only allows the plaque build-up to come out from under your gumline and onto your teeth. With this timer, you will be able to estimate how many times you need to brush each day and when it is time for a professional toothbrush cleaning. You can then set a timer for your brushing in your PDA or cell phone and be reminded by your dentist when it is time to get your teeth professionally cleaned.

As we all know, kids’ teeth tend to get stained faster than adults’ teeth. Using this DIY toothbrush timer, you will be able to gauge how many times your kids need to be brushed and will be able to remind their parents when their brushing time is near. This can help to save time and lessen the pain for their parents. As much as we would all love to see our kids’ smiling faces every morning, sometimes their little teeth cause them to break out in colds or have dental problems that make them sick.

Kids with sensitive gums will find this idea very practical and useful. One of the most common problems of kids today is sensitivity or a lack of sensitivity on their soft and tender teeth. With this DIY toothbrush timer, they will be able to reduce the chances of having their teeth sensitivities by twice as much as what the normal timer would do.

Do not worry about spending a lot of money just to get the best timer. There are simple toothbrush timers that you can buy in drugstores or you can even find some of the more advanced timers on the internet. Before you buy one, you will need to consider your budget. The price ranges from as low as twenty to fifty dollars for the basic models and up to around a hundred dollars for the more advanced ones. Choose the right one based on your needs and how much you are willing to spend.