A new dental hygiene tool could be just what you need to get the most out of your dental hygiene.
According to researchers, the dental hygiene device called a virtual tongue can provide you with a sense of how your tongue feels and can help you learn to communicate in 3-D.
According the researchers, by using this device, you can learn to express your feelings in a way that’s both natural and naturalistic.
The device is also able to detect and treat dental conditions, such as cavities and oral lacerations.
This could be particularly helpful in situations when your teeth are damaged and need attention.
Researchers at the University of Rochester have created a virtual dentist, which they call the virtual tongue, that is able to sense and respond to oral conditions and detect problems.
The team created this virtual tongue with an algorithm to detect cavities, which are caused by a combination of bad bacteria and other dental contaminants.
The virtual tongue is equipped with sensors to detect dental abnormalities and other health problems, and it can detect cavitations and other problems that could cause dental problems.
This makes it ideal for dental clinics or dentists that need to know how the health of the patient is changing, said Dr. Peter Storch, the lead researcher on the research.
The researchers say they believe the virtual dental tongue could help prevent dental infections and other oral health issues that can cause dental pain, pain and inflammation.
In addition, they say the virtual dentist could be used in dental clinics and dental programs that use oral hygiene techniques, such like brushing or rinsing teeth.
According their research, about 25 percent of the dentists in the United States use a virtual dental tool to work, and the virtual device has been shown to reduce the amount of dental wear and tear on the teeth.
The research was published in the Journal of Oral Biology.