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If you can afford orthodontics, you must be able to afford Water Flosser. There is no one who has used it but said yes. So this is actually a question from a friend who hasn't used a Water Flosser yet, and is hesitant to give it a try.
First, the Water Flosser is not a necessary consumer goods, it is an optional consumer goods.
What is a consumer necessity? They are daily necessities such as firewood, rice, oil, salt, toilet paper, water and so on. We cannot live without them. What is an optional consumer product? It refers to the consumer goods that can improve your life besides essential consumption after you become rich, such as luxury goods such as cars, designer bags and watches.
If a toothbrush is a consumer necessity, Water Flosser is a consumer choice. Using Water Flosser does not mean that you do not brush your teeth. Water Flosser and a toothbrush are not alternatives, nor are they opposites. So, as mentioned, the cleaning efficiency of a d Water Flosser is worse than that of a toothbrush, so the argument that a Water Flosser is useless is meaningless. Water Flosser has never been compared to a toothbrush.
1. Why does brushing your teeth need to be supplemented? Because brushing ability varies from person to person, we recommend that parents brush their teeth for children younger than 6 years of age, because the child's hand motor ability is not sufficient to support such a precise movement. And even for adults who don't have a hand problem at all, cleaning a toothbrush isn't an easy task. How many of you have mastered the Pap method, which is recommended repeatedly by our oral doctors, to effectively clean the gingival crevices? I've never given a toothbrushing test, but if there were one, half of us would probably fail. The pass rate for careful brushing is still low, not to mention the effectiveness of those who brush lightly.
Most oral diseases, such as dental caries and periodontal disease, are caused by bacterial infections caused by poor brushing. In order to prevent oral diseases, in addition to brushing your teeth, it is more important to brush your teeth carefully and in the right way.
2. Even if you brush your teeth correctly, there are still places in your mouth where you can't clean your toothbrush. First of all, please think about how many faces a tooth has. How many surfaces can a toothbrush clean? A tooth has 5 surfaces: occlusal surface, labiobuccal surface, glossous-palatine surface, proximal medial surface, and distal medial surface. Except for the occlusal surface, the other surfaces are attached to the gums. Toothbrush can clean the occlusal surface, lips and cheeks, glossous-palatine surface, but it can do nothing for the near and distal adjacent surface. For the interface between teeth and gingival crevices, the toothbrush can only enter the 0.5mm area in gingival crevices, and the deep gingival crevices are also inaccessible. This must be able to clean the adjacent surface, gingival sulcus auxiliary tools appeared.
3. In the supplementary tools for brushing teeth, each has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the functions are not completely overlapped.
Water Flosser: it can clean the adjacent surface and the subgingival of the adjacent surface, as well as the labiobuccal and glossopalatine gingival crevices. The cleaning range is wide, but the price is higher than floss and interdental brush. It's also easier to use. Sometimes, when the teeth are in close contact with the plug, the Water Flosser can not completely solve the plug, and can not completely replace the floss. The use of a qualified Water Flosser will not damage the gums.