The American Dental Association recommends tossing your toothbrush every three or four months. Even if we鈥檙e being 100% honest about the last time we changed our toothbrushes, it鈥檚 still not the most eco-friendly way to go about cleaning your chompers. Goodwell has developed a more environmentally conscious solution with a toothbrush that they say could literally last forever (with interchangeable heads that are compostable). It鈥檚 made with medical-grade materials, and the designer Patrick Triato calls it a 鈥渕odern toolkit for your mouth.鈥

The 鈥淭oothkit鈥 (which we first read about on Fast Co) comes with the base, plus attachments like a聽toothbrush head, flosser and tongue scraper. Polished bamboo and Binchotan charcoal are used to make the attachments and bristles of the toothbrush. Both materials are safe to go in a compost bin after they鈥檝e worn out. Oddly enough, it鈥檚 an open-source toothbrush, so it鈥檒l be interesting to see if other attachments come out of the woodwork later.聽Of course (of course!) it also connects with your smartphone via an app to keep track of your brushing habits, too.

This CrowdSupply聽project has been funded successfully, but still has a few hours to go if you鈥檇 like to get in on the gifts and deals. $59 will get you a discounted Goodwell Toothkit (it鈥檒l retail for $69). All the devices come with a lifetime guarantee.

Would you use this forever and ever? Let us know.