When we have identified a new brushette function allowing a better flossing. Our team of engineers, designers and dentists get together and start working to make that idea a reality. Dentists craft the initial shapes mockup with bristles stiffness requirements, the designers put it together and propose various coloring option, the engineers make sure of its production ability. A sample came out. A pool of dental professionals would try and review the products for possible improvements. Molds are then submitted to our legal intellectual property team for a review on existing design infringement and subsequent model filing.
How do we manage quality?
We do heavily invest in human but also robotics control throughout the entire manufacturing process of your brushettes. From PE, POM, PP raw material SGS laboratory inspection to the in-house labor and final products inspection we have quality check points as much as necessary. With QC/QA from TÜV laboratories we report every steps of the process to comply with ISO9001:2015 (latest) norms. The quality of the products you put in your mouth is a top priority and like with every single products in the world manufacturing comes sometimes with defects, and while we thrive for perfection it is possible that you remain unhappy with what you get, in which case we would be happy to support you. Submit a ticket if you have quality problems.
How do our brush heads compare to Oral-B® or Philips™?
While many components make your product the core question lies in the brushette, the top most potortion of your brush head that holds the bristles. There are only a few bristle manufacturers in the world and the leader of synthetic filament manufacturers in the US is Dupont, particularly their product line Tynex® A. This product serves both Oral-B® and Philips Sonicare replacement heads. Tynex® A is made by extruding a mixture of nylon and abrasive grit which results in different stiffnesses and textures. Brushette handpicked the best quality from the Dupont™ Tynex® product line to provide you brush head bristles equal to or better than the industry leaders!
|blister||Packaging Type||nitrogen packets ✔|
|-||pre-packaging treatment||UV sterilization ✔|
|Bacteriological||Hygiene level||Sterilized ✔|
|Anchored tufting||Manufacturing process||Anchored tufting|
|0.10⌀||Softest filament size||0.08⌀ (softer) ✔|
|Dupont Tynex||Bristle Quality||Dupont Tynex|
|Rounded edge bristles||Finishing||Rounded edge bristles|
|POM||Plastic material||HEMP (recyclable) ✔|
|Water doesn't flow through||Washablility||Water flows through ✔|
|No, detergent on bristles||Machine Washable||Yes, Detergent only on neck ✔|
|45deg counter clockwise / 45deg clockwise||Rotation angle||45deg counter clockwise / 45deg clockwise|
Over the past decade China rose from a shipping economy (ship as much as possible, regardless) to an engineering economy. From our experience the best tufting engineers we met are Chinese locals and while Western hires serve for some process implementation there is nothing China has to envy the West anymore as far a manufacturing toothbrushes go. The supply chain is also a huge point. There is simply no where in the US or EU a place where you can find about 100 bristles tufting companies, a thousand injection molding shops, filaments suppliers, parts suppliers, tooling suppliers, shipping companies, workers, managers, engineers, design bureau, all this in 100 square miles radius. If any other supply chain has crossed your mind with a better quality and faster turn out please join our team we need you.