Who invented the 1st original toothbrush?

Answer The first toothbrush was invented by the Chinese in 1498. It was made from hog bristles on a bone handle. It wasn't until the seventeenth century that the toothbrush came to the western world. In 1... Read More »

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Who invented the electric toothbrush?

The electric toothbrush was invented in 1956 by Dr. Philippe-G. Woog and made its first appearance in Switzerland before being introduced to the U.S. at the American Dental Association's 100th anni... Read More »

Who invented the ionic toothbrush?

Japanese inventor Kazutoshi Kaizuka's patent on the ionic toothbrush was issued on October 11, 2005. As of 2010, Kaizuka holds 13 patents on health- and beauty-related technology items, including s... Read More »

Who invented the first electronic toothbrush?

The first electronic toothbrush was developed in 1939 in Switzerland, but it was first marketed in the United States in 1960 by Squibb. The name of the electronic toothbrush was Broxodent.Source:Pa... Read More »

Who invented the first toothbrush in the world?

Toothbrushes have been in existence since 3000 BC, when ancient civilizations used a crude version called a "chew stick," a thin stick with a frayed end. The first bristled toothbrush was invented ... Read More »