Three minutes. That is the brushing time recommended by dentists to remove most dental plaque and mouth bacteria. However, the Blizzident Company has created and given its name to a special toothbrush, capable of effectively cleaning teeth in only 6 seconds.
For this, the Blizzident resembles something between a gum shield, night time dental appliance and hip hop grills. Tailored using a 3D scan of your teeth (by a dentist), it adapts perfectly to the customer's mouth. For cleaning, 400 integrated bristles placed at a 45° clean teeth, tongue and gums with a flossing action. All you have to do is insert the toothbrush, activate it and gently bite.
The solution is, however, somewhat expensive as the brush costs 299 euros and must be replaced every year, for a cost of 159 euros. To this, you also need to add the cost of a complete radiography of your teeth and 3D modelling by a dental laboratory, for between 75 and 200 euros.
* Illustrations from the Blizzident website: http://www.blizzident.com
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