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Saturday, August 21, 2010

DenTek Comfort Clean Floss Picks


I am one who is big on flossing & I try to keep my teeth & gums as healthy as possible. I always keep floss in my purse & both downstairs & upstairs in my house. These little picks are so convenient & easy to use that I bought some for the kids. I did notice that the comfort clean was thinner than others I have bought which makes use so much easier. I personally don't use the tongue scraper even though it really is important to keep your tongue clean as well. I usually just use my toothbrush to clean my tongue. The pick is awesome for gross stuff you can't get out with the floss.

I prefer these picks for tight teeth over other picks that I can't get in by the bottom teeth & back. I will also pack the floss with lunches (they may not be used hahaha).

Just as nature evolves to accommodate needs, the floss pick design process adapts to the oral health Zealot. Consider the mint-flavored Comfort Clean Floss Pick the advanced model of our Triple Clean Floss Pick. The difference of a couple of millimeters makes our Silk Floss slide easily between tight teeth, removing plaque and bits of food. This pick features the side-angle floss head, tongue scraper, Silk Floss, and textured, contoured tip.



Flossing Instructions: Gently slide floss up and down between teeth allowing the floss to wrap around teeth. Clean above and below the gum line. Rinse as necessary.


Tongue Scraping Instructions: Extend your tongue. Place the Tongue Scraper on the back of your tongue and pull forward, skimming the surface of your tongue. Rinse as necessary.


Pick Instructions: Place pick between teeth and gently press against the gum. Use an in and out motion to remove food particles and stimulate gums. Rinse as necessary.

16 comments:

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Susan M. Heim said...

I floss every day, so these look like they'd come in handy!

ohhhfire said...

i have some of these in my bathroom, they are great to have!

Janelle said...

I like that these are thinner and will get between those hard to reach tight spaces between back teeth!
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Cynthia said...

this is such a great idea! my hands always get dirty with my saliva (sorry that was too much info...but it's true) so these would make a clean flossing routine for me!

Jeanie said...

I like the idea that Dentek offers a silk floss that is millimeters thinner than the typical floss. That must make flossing much easier!

TiffsPixieDust said...

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Hbomb said...

I love these things :) They help with the back teeth so good!

gnwg said...

I will have to try these! They sound like they might be easier to use then regular floss.

Tamara B. said...

I love using DenTek and I keep them in my purse. I too do not use the tongue scrapper but use my toothbrush.

Rebecca said...

There's nothing more annoying than when you are out to eat and you get some sort of food stuck between your teeth! You would be surprised how many restaurants don't seem to have tooth picks. I love Dentek flossers! Instead of trying to get the food out with the tip of my tongue (which makes it sore)I pack a few in the diaper bag so we have some everywhere we go.

Dixie Diva Deals said...

I am definitely going to get some of these for my dad. He is disabled and has a hard time flossing his teeth but these would be much easier for him to use!

kmogilevski said...

I've tried these things before and I love them. They are great for travel!

Hbomb said...

i love these! i have them in my bathroom right now :) theyre so handy to store anywhere!

Timothy Mclaney said...

The cabinets inside the bathrooms in our house are stock full of those too! While my wife uses tongue scrapers, I use a toothbrush without toothpaste to clean my tongue (which our daughter also prefers and enjoys!). Best get the ones with soft bristles though!