One of the great things about 3D printing is that it lets designers rapidly prototype their ideas and come up with forms for familiar objects that we've never seen before, like in the case of this 3D-printed toothbrush, if it can be called that. Instead of being embedded into a stick, the bristles on the Blizzident are locked into a denture-like shape. This way, rather than having to work a toothbrush around your mouth, it's as simple as inserting the two forms and chomping down on them a couple of times.
With its bristles pointing every which way, the Blizzident toothbrush claims that it's able to clean all of your teeth in a matter of only six seconds.
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