Turns out we've been brushing our teeth wrong all this time. This toothbrush can help, leading to healthier teeth and gums.
It's called iBrush 365 and it has a round disc brittle that reaches into tight spaces, polishes your teeth and massages your gums. It also cleans your teeth from the gums towards the teeth, as dentists recommend.
Not only will this help keep your teeth clean, it'll also stop your gums from receding and bleeding. Plus it stops plaque from building up.
The disc bristle brush head has around 13,200 bristles, compared to a regular toothbrush which has about 2,500 bristles.
To use it, just press the button and move it in a horizontal back and forth motion over your teeth. It does the rest.
You can also change the speed, if you need a particularly vigorous clean.
It charges via USB, so you won't need to take a plug adapter with you when you travel (as long as you have your laptop). And it lasts for around six weeks before needing a recharge.
It's surpassed its goal of $20,000 and still has five days to go. Want one? Pledge $50 (£35), and it'll be yours when it ships in June.