Toothbrush with Dispensing Toothpaste

The Toothbrush with Dispensing Toothpaste controllably dispenses toothpaste onto the bristles of a toothbrush.

  • Brush and Paste in 1 Unit
  • Less Mess
  • Easy for Children
  • Great for Senior Adults
  • No Batteries Required


Utility Patent #9,339,103

Story Behind the Invention

Inventor Susan Watters of Selma, AL has created a device that controllably dispenses toothpaste onto the bristles of a toothbrush.

Toothpaste tubes require a user to extract toothpaste from within by squeezing the tube to force the toothpaste from a nozzle. While not a complicated procedure, it does require some dexterity to accurately dispense the toothpaste onto a toothbrush head. Additionally, dexterity is required to dispose a measured amount from the tube so as not to waste. For those with disabilities, debilitating ailments, or compromised fine motor skills, this can pose as a difficult task. For others, it is simply a burden to purchase two separate items: toothbrush and toothpaste. Inventor Watters has created a means for an easy-to-use brush and paste in one unit.

This clever new invention allows for less mess. Its easy for children to use and great for senior adults. No batteries are required. The use of the Toothbrush With Dispensing Toothpaste allows each person to have their own brush and paste in one handy unit.

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