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  1. FWT
    A Shopper's Guide To Making New Year's Resolutions That Last

    Okay, it won't make you happier but you might feel better smiling with the distinctive, subscription-only Burst sonic toothbrush. The Los Angeles-based company last year set out to disrupt the oral care industry with a brush that packs 33,000 sonic vibrations a minute, and binchotan charcoal bristles sourced from Wakayama, Japan.

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  2. FWT
    4 Last-Minute Gift Ideas For Travelers

    My gift idea is BURST. A toothbrush, you ask? Yes. What better way to show someone that you care about them than by giving them a top-of-the-line toothbrush? If the science is to be believed, BURST gives out 33,000 sonic vibrations per minute, which is faster than any other toothbrush on the market. Its bristles are coated in Japanese binchotan charcoal. It charges on a USB port. A one-hour charge is supposed to last for up to four weeks. It’s priced at $69.99 if you buy it directly, or discounted at $39.99 if bought from a dental professional.

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  3. Uproxx
    The Uproxx Gift Guide For Travelers and Adventurers — 2017 Edition

    D. Burst Toothbrush – Instead of stuffing their stocking with candy this year, surprise them with a Burst, a sonic toothbrush that, after just a one-hour charge, will run for four weeks! And in packs down into a compact carrying case. Finally, you can travel with a good toothbrush instead of the grimy plastic one your keep in your travel toiletry kit.

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  4. Popsugar
    Shine Bright This December With These Editor-Picked Health and Fitness Finds

    "The Burst toothbrush ($70 online or $40 through a dental professional) is giving me a reason to get excited about brushing my teeth. I love the sleek black design and the black charcoal-coated bristles. It's perfect to take with me over the holidays because it can be charged conveniently using a USB." — Genevieve Farrell Roston, producer, Fitness and Healthy Living

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  5. Dentistry
    Exciting New Dental Products For Dental Hygienists to Discover This Year

    With RDH Under One Roof approaching, companies will be debuting and highlighting new and exciting dental products to the attending hygienists. I enjoy exploring the trade shows and visiting with vendors as much as the continuing education courses. It awards the opportunity to learn about new dental products on the market and ways to provide better treatment options to patients. Read full story

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