01 What is a dental flusher?
In the 1950s, American dentist Gerald Moyer and engineer John Mattingly invented the flusher, also known as water floss. It is to wash the teeth at a fixed point by the force of the water flow, thus playing the role of cleaning the teeth.
02 Why use a dental flusher?
The gingival sulcus inside our teeth is easy to contain dirt and dirt. Usually, brushing can not completely clean the gingival sulcus and interdental space. If the cleaning is not in place, it will cause gingivitis, dental calculus, periodontal disease and other oral diseases.
The high-pulse water jet of the dental flusher not only cleans the teeth, but also has a massage effect on the gums. It can promote the blood circulation of the gums and enhance the resistance of local tissues.
It has a significant therapeutic effect for people with tooth bleeding, periodontitis, gingivitis, dental caries, orthodontics, and diabetes. It is also conducive to the maintenance of artificial dental implants and porcelain teeth, and can greatly reduce the incidence of periodontal disease. Premature birth rate of fetuses in pregnant women.
03 How to use the dental flusher?
Teething posture: head down, leaning over. Put the nozzle in your mouth, open your mouth slightly, aim at the teeth, and rinse each tooth one by one along the gum line. Focus on cleaning hidden parts such as pits and furrows and wisdom teeth, so that water can flow out or spit out naturally from the corners of the mouth. Do not stand or sit and flush your teeth, let alone open your mouth to flush your teeth (to avoid splashing water on your body)