Pieces of stick, little bones of animals or perhaps a nicely cleaned feather of a bird were among a few things used by people in the early days to clean their teeth, prior to the invention of a toothbrush. The first ever toothbrush was found by the Chinese.
Although the first toothbrush was invented by "Usakkaspa Fassi" who was residing in England, during that time it was The United States of America who obtained the Patent for a toothbrush in the year 1850.
The use of toothbrush thereafter was made a routine habit for the American soldiers during the World War which soon became a habit of their families too and thus began the use of a 'toothbrush ' by many.
Year 1994 marked a significant mile stone in the history of Darley Butler & company when the Denta Toothbrush was launched. This created an impact in the toothbrush market which was dominated by a multinational brand and cheap imported brands. Today Denta has become a house hold brand name for oral hygiene.
With bristles being the most important part of a toothbrush, Darley Butler & Company Ltd have taken a step ahead in introducing the Denta Comfort toothbrush with Dupont Tynex 'anti-bacterial' bristles. Tynex StaClean filaments (bristles) which are being used to manufacture Denta comfort contain antimicrobial additives which inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi on the bristles between uses.
Dupont Tynex is a registered trade mark of Dupont U.S.A. and Dupont Tynex StaClean Filament is another novel technology from Dupont.
In addition to the anti-bacterial bristles, Denta Comfort comes with a handy two component handle and many colors to choose from. The perfect grip and curved neck gives the uses a superior brushing power.