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Now it is very common for people to use oral irrigator. A good oral irrigator can not only bring good oral health, but also relieve tooth pain. It can effectively clean the unclean places where you usually brush your teeth and prevent the growth of dental plaque.
Just begin to use when oral irrigator, gum bleeds, normal? It is normal to bleed when using the oral irrigator, but it still bleeds after several times. There are generally two conditions:
The first is that the gum itself is inflamed. Daily brushing will cause bleeding, and the oral irrigator will also cause bleeding. This is normal, and there will be no bleeding after anti-inflammatory
The second is the improper use of the oral irrigator, such as the water pressure is too high, the gums are washed by the impulse and bleeding, or the nozzle is close to the gums, resulting in scratches and so on.
For the first case, a dentist is recommended. Determine if additional treatments are needed to treat inflammation or other symptoms such as the gums or periodontal pockets. When using the water flosser, try to use mild water pressure. Cleaning can also avoid and reduce food debris and plaque, which is helpful to the health of the gums.
If it is the second case, then you need to change the way you use the water flosser, use it scientifically, and you can avoid bleeding.
1. Read the instructions, install the water flosser, charge it with electricity and store water.
2. Usually adjust the gear or clean mode before use (soft or low mode is best for the first use)
3. Hold the nozzle in your mouth (not against your gums, but at a distance from them).
4. Aim the nozzle at the position between the teeth and gingival groove, and turn on the switch to rinse.
5. Lean forward and open your mouth slightly to allow the rinse water to flow out.
6. Adjust the Angle of holding the water flosser so that the nozzle of the water flosser can be fully cleaned in the mouth (PS: After using the water flosser, if mouthwash is added, it is better to gargle again. If there is any unused water in the water flosser, clean it out to avoid bacterial growth in the tank.)
Having said all that, by the way, why use an oral irrigator? In general, there is a groove about 2mm deep at the tooth and gum junction, which is around the tooth but not attached to the tooth. This groove leads to the root of the tooth, but it is the most likely place to hide dirt and cause tooth and gum disease. The gingival crevise can be difficult to reach, although the crevise brush and floss can be used to remove the accumulation between the teeth and on the surface of the teeth. The oral irrigator can be used to rush into the gingival crevasse to thoroughly clean all kinds of gaps and convex and concave surfaces. At the same time, the water from the oral irrigator can also massage the gums, promote the blood circulation of the gums, enhance the resistance of local tissues to disease, and then eliminate the odor caused by oral hygiene, so as to achieve the purpose of comprehensive teeth cleaning.
Therefore, it is very necessary to use the oral irrigator, and as long as you have used it, you will know that you really have a lot of hygiene dead corners when you brush your teeth, and the oral irrigator is very good to help us make up for this.