30M Cool Mint Nylon Dental Floss with Blue Holder Tooth Cleaning Pick Teeth Tool Oral Care Clean Protection Gingivitis, Cavities,Blue

  • 30M Floss with a retainer is good for flossing between teeth.
  • Removal of plaque is the main cause of gum disease and tooth loss.
  • U-shaped plastic rods with flossing floss are specifically designed to help maintain and store floss.
  • This separate type of floss is easy to use and easy to use.
  • The holder can be opened, so when it’s used, you can, as long as you have the standard floss supplement.
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review : 30M Cool Mint Nylon Dental Floss with Blue Holder Tooth Cleaning Pick Teeth Tool Oral Care Clean Protection Gingivitis, Cavities,Blue

  • 30M Floss with a retainer is good for flossing between teeth.
  • Removal of plaque is the main cause of gum disease and tooth loss.
  • U-shaped plastic rods with flossing floss are specifically designed to help maintain and store floss.
  • This separate type of floss is easy to use and easy to use.
  • The holder can be opened, so when it’s used, you can, as long as you have the standard floss supplement.




Types of dental floss

There are two types of dental floss: threaded type and holder type. Choose a type that is easy for you to use.

  1. Type of dental floss

Threading type dental floss. It is a type that cuts out the required length and cleans between teeth by operating with fingers.

  • Dental floss of holder type
  • Holder type dental floss

With a floss attached to the holder, this type is suitable for those who have difficulty operating with fingers or those who are using it for the first time.

There are two main types of holder type: F-shaped and Y-shaped.

F-shape Easy to use for lower front teeth

Y shape Easy to use for maxillary front teeth and molars.

How to use dental floss

holder type

  1. Apply dental floss to your teeth

Apply dental floss between teeth.

  1. Insert between teeth

Gently move it between the teeth while moving it between the teeth.

  1. Move up and down

Once inside, move up and down to polish both sides of adjacent teeth.

  1. Remove while moving sideways

When taking it out, move it slowly and take it out.

roll type

  1. Remove the floss for one use, and wrap it around your finger

Remove the floss for one use from the case, wrap it around the middle finger on the left and right two or three times, and make the length between fingers 1 to 2 cm. One use is about 40 cm. The standard is the length from the tip of the finger to the elbow.

  1. Insert between teeth

Apply dental floss between teeth and slowly move them between teeth while moving sideways. Use it while checking the location by looking in the mirror.

  1. Move up and down to remove plaque

When you reach the base of your teeth, wrap it around your teeth and move it up and down to remove plaque. Clean both sides of adjacent teeth.

  1. Remove while moving sideways

When taking out, take it out slowly while moving it to the side.

Advantage of Dental Floss

  1. Improved plaque removal effect between teeth!

Plaque tends to remain between the teeth because the brush tips are difficult to reach. However, the combined use of toothbrush and dental floss greatly improves the effectiveness of removing plaque between teeth. There is a report * that the use of toothbrush and dental floss together has improved the plaque removal rate between teeth by 1.5 times.

  1. Prevent cavity and periodontal disease

Plaque can cause caries and periodontal disease. Being able to remove the plaque more cleanly leads to prevention of cavity and periodontal disease. Prevent cavity and periodontal disease with daily flossing.

  1. Leads to prevention and improvement of bad breath

Bad breath can also result from dirt, such as a food debris and plaque. It is hard to notice bad breath by yourself, but if you smell the smell of dental floss you use and feel, “smell,” you may have bad breath. By removing plaque with daily flossing, you can prevent or improve bad breath.

  1. Early detection of defects such as cavity, periodontal disease, and stuffing

If you are using dental floss and are worried about “always getting stuck in the same place,” “floss breaks out,” “floss breaks”, etc. May has a problem. If you get blood from your gums when using dental floss, you have a suspected periodontal disease. In any case, first consult a dental clinic.