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March 23rd, 2004

'Mouth Magician' brings grins to winners' faces

Abstract:
What began as no idea for a science project has turned into a bright idea that could make four Granite District sixth-graders $10,000 richer. The Mouth Magician would be a tooth tray containing tiny plaque-attacking "nanobots." A user would fill the trays with a fluoride gel, mouthwash, bleach and anti-bacterial agents. Nanobots would spread the gel on the teeth, rinse them and return to an airtight area on the appliance.

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Deseret News

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