I cleaned my teeth with a smartphone-guided toothbrush because that's the future we live in now
Your smart phone is your new ally in the quest for healthy teeth.
This is the Genius 9,000 and its related toothbrush from Oral B which connects to your smart phone to help teach your how to clean your teeth.
So it connects to your smart phone over bluetooth and it uses motion detectors in the handle to try and work out where exactly in your mouth you're focusing your brushing and for how long.
[UNKNOWN] Stick your phone onto your mirror just like this and it will use the front facing camera to more accurately track where abouts your brushing to make sure you're getting all of the right areas.
It'll give you scores on how well you're brushing and there's a pressure censor to let you know when you're pressing a bit too hard on your gums.
All of which should help teach you how to get these pearlyish often white.
The Oral-B Genius 9000 is coming to Europe in July.
And will hit U.S. stores in December.
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