3d toothbrush looks repulsive cleans teeth just 6 seconds video

Published on October 3rd, 2013

3D Toothbrush: Looks repulsive but cleans our teeth in just 6 seconds (VIDEO)

The newest intelligent toothbrush is downright monstrous. Taking the form of a mold filled with many cleaning brushes, but according to the manufacturer Blizzident, it has a revolutionary level of effectiveness.

Although it seems at least strange  entering a Blizzident toothbrush in your mouth, the company says that its brushes are customized according to each user’s mouth. For each user 3D teeth scans are made, after making a mold that will later serve as a model for creating 3D brush containing about 400 brushes.

Moreover, Blizzident argues that new creation we can clean teeth effectively in just 6 seconds.

Even though it may seem that Blizzident hurry to make allegations, they are still supported by a reasonable explanation: their toothbrush cleans the entire mouth at once.

How to use your toothbrush? As you can see in the video, the user has to bite the mold and then move jaws for teeth to rub the bristles. Brushes are directed towards the teeth all at an angle of 45 degrees to ensure effective cleaning.

In front of each tooth is mounted a circular handle that also functions to store floss, which the manufacturer claims that it’s needed between teeth due to gaps that appeared in the mold.

Currently Blizzident already started selling toothbrushes. Those interested must 3D scan their teeth and their order will cost $ 299, the price includes printing and personalization. To change the brushes when they wear out, the company charges a price of 159 dollars and of course, the toothbrush has a limited life expectancy of about 1 year.

Source: The Verge

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