I am intrigued by things, perhaps because I am curious. Too, I am always on the look out for a better mouse trap.
In the field of healthy teeth and gums, I think I found one. Maybe, though it found me.
Writing as I have about healthy teeth and gums from time to time over the years I have been in health care, one sticky point is often flossing. Some say floss, some say don’t floss.
What ever is your choice, DIX FlossRings are something you should know about. And it is something I highly recommend using.
First introduced in spring 1996 FlossRings were soon placed on permanent display in the “Dentistry in Transformation” section of The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry for their future benefit to the oral health of humanity.
FlossRings are sustainable, low-tech, brightly colored rings with a notch on one side. By threading and securing the floss through this notch, you avoid wrapping the floss around your fingers. This makes it easier for people with dermatological skin conditions affecting their hands and for people with arthritis or limited dexterity to floss.
You’ll save on floss too because you just need about 4 – 5 inches of floss for a treatment.
How to Use FlossRings
Clinical studies showed that flossing with DIX Floss Rings removed 31% more plaque that did using dental floss alone. No soft tissue abnormalities were associated with the use of DIX Floss Rings.
With this kind or result, it is amazing so few know of this great product, but now you do. Get your set of FlossRings today and make sure to tell your friends and family dentist.
FlossRings are available from The FlossRing Company, 145 East 15th Street, New York, NY 10003, or online at www.flossrings.com.
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