Would you use this hairy 3D-printed toothbrush?

Blizzident toothbrush

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This hairy looking contraption is actually a 3D-printed toothbrush that promises to clean your teeth in just six seconds.

The Blizzident is custom-made from a 3D scan of your mouth and has bristles attached in the right places to clean all your teeth at once.

The makers say you need to bite down on your Blizzident about 15 times to clean your entire mouth!

The futuristic toothbrush doesn't come cheap. Each device costs about £200.

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