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Wisdom Easy Floss Daily Flosser (+ 15 disposable heads) only £1.00 @ Asda

£1.00 @ Asda
Was £2.83, now £1. Instore and online. Easy Floss Daily Flosser - the easy way to floss! Everyone knows that cleaning between teeth and below the gum line is important to help maintain healthy tee… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Was £2.83, now £1.
Instore and online.

Easy Floss Daily Flosser - the easy way to floss! Everyone knows that cleaning between teeth and below the gum line is important to help maintain healthy teeth and gums, but it can be difficult and time consuming. Wisdom Easy Floss Daily Flosser is ideal for new users and is a simple way to floss between your teeth! Product features. Unique long handle to allow easy access to difficult to reach areas to include the back teeth where traditional floss can be difficult to use. 15 disposable floss heads. Dual use toothpick and floss heads.
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#1
flossing is important!
#2
Brill - will see if I can pick one of these up tomorrow. HOT from me :thumbsup:
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I just posted this following bit of advice on oral hygiene in the 'Oral-B Triumph 5500' thread
- may aswell apply it here..........

I think it is important to realise that while an electric toothbrush may be better at removing plaque from teeth - if a normal manual toothbrush is used with the correct technique - it is just as effective. To do this make sure you brush the 3 accessible surfaces of the teeth - 1. The inside surface next to the tongue and roof of the mouth, 2. The outside surface next to your cheeks and lips & 3. The biting surface.

For the insides and outsides - i would recommend angle-ing the bristles of the toothbrush towards the gum margin (ideally at 45 degrees) and brushing in small circular motions. This way the bristles penetrate into the small crevice between the teeth and gums - thereby improving gum health.

If there is some bleeding - this indicates that there is some plaque irritating the gums - so do not avoid these areas - brush as normal. Brushing too hard may cause tooth wear and gum recession!

For the biting surfaces - try to ensure the toothbrus bristles penetrate into the fissures and grooves - plaque is fairly difficult to remove from here - and this is the most common area for tooth decay to start.

The second most common place for decay to start is between the teeth - where toothbrushes have a limited reach! I would HIGHLY reccommend using floss inbetween teeth - in an up and down motion - avoid damage to the gums by making sure you wrap the floss around both teeth facing the gap one at a time. (If you are unsure - ask your dentist.)

There is limited difference between toothpastes - just make sure you have a toothpaste with FLUORIDE in it (1450ppm). Sensitive toothpastes can help for those in discomfort - if your teeth are very sensitive - apply the toothpaste to sensitive areas and leave for 5 minutes - then brush!

The rest of it is just personal preference - the make of the brush and toothpaste is irrelevant - technique is the main thing! Only use Duraphat toothpaste if directed to do so - as with chlorhexadine (corsdyl) mouthwash.

Im also not a fan of many mouthrinse's out there - if you do want to use one i recommend those with FLUORIDE in it (0.2%)

Sorry to be so boring - but so many people are under the wrong impression!
Any specific advice, PM me, or visit your dentist.
(Sorry about the crappy ones who dont tell you what they are doing and try and sell you stuff all the time!!!)

: - )
#4
now thats more like it, better than that over priced £70 toothbrush which is more a gizmo.
#5
Simran07
I just posted this following bit of advice on oral hygiene in the 'Oral-B Triumph 5500' thread
- may aswell apply it here..........

I think it is important to realise that while an electric toothbrush may be better at removing plaque from teeth - if a normal manual toothbrush is used with the correct technique - it is just as effective. To do this make sure you brush the 3 accessible surfaces of the teeth - 1. The inside surface next to the tongue and roof of the mouth, 2. The outside surface next to your cheeks and lips & 3. The biting surface.

For the insides and outsides - i would recommend angle-ing the bristles of the toothbrush towards the gum margin (ideally at 45 degrees) and brushing in small circular motions. This way the bristles penetrate into the small crevice between the teeth and gums - thereby improving gum health.

If there is some bleeding - this indicates that there is some plaque irritating the gums - so do not avoid these areas - brush as normal. Brushing too hard may cause tooth wear and gum recession!

For the biting surfaces - try to ensure the toothbrus bristles penetrate into the fissures and grooves - plaque is fairly difficult to remove from here - and this is the most common area for tooth decay to start.

The second most common place for decay to start is between the teeth - where toothbrushes have a limited reach! I would HIGHLY reccommend using floss inbetween teeth - in an up and down motion - avoid damage to the gums by making sure you wrap the floss around both teeth facing the gap one at a time. (If you are unsure - ask your dentist.)

There is limited difference between toothpastes - just make sure you have a toothpaste with FLUORIDE in it (1450ppm). Sensitive toothpastes can help for those in discomfort - if your teeth are very sensitive - apply the toothpaste to sensitive areas and leave for 5 minutes - then brush!

The rest of it is just personal preference - the make of the brush and toothpaste is irrelevant - technique is the main thing! Only use Duraphat toothpaste if directed to do so - as with chlorhexadine (corsdyl) mouthwash.

Im also not a fan of many mouthrinse's out there - if you do want to use one i recommend those with FLUORIDE in it (0.2%)

Sorry to be so boring - but so many people are under the wrong impression!
Any specific advice, PM me, or visit your dentist.
(Sorry about the crappy ones who dont tell you what they are doing and try and sell you stuff all the time!!!)

: - )


Nice informative post Simran :) Rep added!
#6
Nobody actually flosses with any regularity though...Gimmick.
#7
I floss daily. I think these things are a gimmick though, I've never found any flossers that fit in this, so you end up having to buy a new thing every time. Not worth it. Just buy the small flossers and use those, they're just the same though you do have to stick your fingers in your mouth a bit more..
#8
Back to £2.63 now

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