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Sensodyne Attempt Guinness World Record

Sensodyne Repair & Protect Set to Attempt Guinness World Records

TITLE FOR THE LARGEST MODEL TOOTH Sensodyne Repair & Protect is set to take a bite at a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title at Auckland’s Aotea Square on the morning of Wednesday 4th February. Crowds are expected to gather to witness Sensodyne Repair & Protect officially attempt the

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the largest model tooth.

In order for New Zealand to achieve the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the largest model tooth, Sensodyne Repair & Protect will be creating a giant replica tooth with measurements that exceed the current world record (held by Mexico 25/11/2013) of 3.574m across the top of the tooth, 8.235m in height and 3.764m in diameter. The giant molar will be approximately 450 times the height of a human tooth.

The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title attempt will commence in the morning and will be assessed by Chris Sheedy - the official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS adjudicator - who will be on hand to approve the height, diameter and width of the model tooth and announce the success of the attempt at 8.30am.




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