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A oral irrigator is an auxiliary tool that uses high-pressure water to clean the mouth. It works in a similar way to a high-pressure water gun used to wash a car. It uses a thin column of water from the nozzle to penetrate into the gaps between teeth, back teeth, and around braces to help remove food particles that the toothbrush can't brush. Moreover, the jet of water is a soft stimulus to our gums, and most oral irrigators generally have several hydraulic gears, so there is no need to worry about the impact of teeth will hurt the gums.
Most people think that only using a toothbrush is enough to clean teeth. In fact, this is far from enough, because the toothbrush can only clean about 70% of the surface of teeth, and the gap between two teeth can not be cleaned by a toothbrush alone, because it is easy to accumulate food residue, dental plaque and soft scale. This is where auxiliary cleaning tools come in. Both floss and oral irrigator work. The oral irrigator uses a nozzle to flush this high-pressure pulse of water into any part of the mouth. The impact of this high-pressure pulse water flow is a soft stimulus, not only will not hurt any part of the mouth, but also massage the gums. The oral irrigator uses the impact force to flush out the food particles impinged between the teeth without causing damage to the gums.
Do I need to brush my teeth to use the oral irrigator? Only a toothbrush can maintain the basic cleaning of teeth. Dental plaque needs to be removed by physical friction, while a oral irrigator can clean hidden areas such as under the gums, grooves and cavities, so a oral irrigator cannot replace a toothbrush. The oral irrigator and the toothbrush are complementary.
Some users may have bleeding gums when they first use oral irrigator. If the gums bleed when you floss properly, the gums are inflamed and the floss comes into contact with the inflamed gum surface, causing bleeding. This situation does not need to be afraid, should continue to use dental floss thoroughly clean teeth, conducive to the removal of gum inflammation factors (soft dirt, dental plaque, etc.) on the teeth, if there is no improvement for a long time, should go to the oral hospital to find out the cause of bleeding and timely treatment.
Does the oral irrigator widen the gap between the teeth? Certainly not in normal use. Whether it's floss or oral irrigator. The teeth themselves have a certain degree of physiological movement, just like a "tumble", standing in their own independent alveolar socket, when the dental floss with normal force through the two teeth, the teeth will appear invisible tiny movement, and will return to their "job" with the removal of dental floss. The widening of the gap is caused by the washing away of some of the plaque and tartar that had been attached to the teeth themselves, exposing the face of the teeth and gums.
Generally speaking, the oral irrigator uses water on the line, can also add mouthwash or analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs, targeted to strengthen some of the effects. It is recommended to use clean tap water or pure water, and the temperature does not exceed 40°; You can also use less than 5% saline or diluted mouthwash in a 1:1 mouthwash to water ratio.