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Do I still need to brush my teeth after using the Water Flosser? First of all, we need to know that the toothbrush can maintain the basic cleaning of the tooth surface, while the Water Flosser can carry out a comprehensive cleaning of the hidden parts such as under the gingiva, cavities, and grooves outside the surface. Therefore, the Water Flosser is not a substitute for the electric toothbrush, and the two are complementary.
How to do the gingival bleeding when the first use of the Water Flosser? Generally speaking, the gums will bleed the first time you use the Water Flosser, which indicates that your gums are inflamed. Generally speaking, you can find that the bleeding will be significantly improved after a week of using the Water Flosser. By persisting in using the Water Flosser, you can effectively improve the gum health.
Can I add other liquids to the water tank of the tooth flusher? You can add regular mouthwash to the water tank of the Water Flosser, adding no more than a 1:1 ratio. After use, the water tank should be systematically flushed with clean water.
Can the use of Water Flosser help me to wash out the calculus? By persistently using a Water Flosser, you can deeply clean your mouth, thereby reducing plaque and improving gingivitis. But if it is already formed dental calculus, or need to go to a regular hospital to do dental cleaning treatment, ordinary Water Flosser can not completely wash away the calculus.
Precautions for the use of Water Flosser
Brushing is one of the most popular self-oral health behaviors. Water Flosser is a relatively new kind of oral cleaning appliance, which has attracted more and more attention. It is recommended not to open the tooth flusher to the maximum when you first use it, because too much water pressure will easily lead to gingival bleeding. It is suggested to get used to it slowly when the water pressure is low.
Five. Applicable crowd of Water Flosser
1. Serious breath distress
2. Gingival bleeding
3. Wear orthodontic appliance
4. Have dental caries, gingivitis, periodontitis and other oral diseases
5. There are implant teeth and dentures in the oral cavity
6, oral surgery need cleaning to prevent infection