Boots Expert Disposable Dental Flossers Reviews
Product Type: Boots Oral Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Oral Care / Floss / Type: Floss / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... string is - this is because you can manipulate these sticks much easier without your fingers being in your mouth and they ... more
Customer Boots Expert Disposable Dental Flossers Reviews (10)
by - written on 30/07/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I've never been able to get the hang of using dental floss, I've always found it difficult to manouveur around my teeth, and no matter how hard I try, I always end up wasting more than I use, and having a bit of a temper tantrum into the bargain. I understand how important flossing is in terms of dental hygeine so when my dentist suggested using flossers I thought I'd give them a try. The ones recommended by my dentist were very expensive, so after using up my supply I decided to give the more basic looking Boot's ones a go. Flossers are basically a small plastic handle with a short lengh of dental floss attached to two short prongs. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I have always tried to take care of my teeth, but flossing was something I had never really managed to get a grip on, I tried it once in a while but never got on with it. Then my dentist recommended I try these, boots disposable dental flosser sticks, and I actually use them daily now. They are basically a bit of dental floss on a plastic stick with a curve on it, so you can get into the gaps between your teeth easily and quickly to remove anything that may have been left behind. They come with about 20 sticks in a pack, so last just over 2 weeks, and they cost less than £3, so it is totally worth the money you spend on them, as you can not really put a price ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Flossing which should be done everyday is really quite difficult to start and therefore these disposable flossers on sticks are perfect for the beginner stage especially. Small and thin pieces of plastic and with the floss strung across at the end they get into the crooks and crannies of the teeth that are so hard to reach and help remove bacteria and food debris that is caught, especially good for reaching the very back of the back teeth as these are incredibly difficult to reach even when using normal floss strung across your fingers. Flossers such as these can also be dipped into mouthwash before placing in between your teeth whereas length of floss cannot, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I have good teeth, I go to the dentist twice a year and also make sure I brush and floss them in the morning and evening, also I use mouthwash as well. My dentist is abroad, I fly there on holiday and book the appointment beforehand. She is very thorough, always checks everything and suggests what products I should use. Plane tickets and examination cost me just under £100, worth every penny. I have not flossed for the first 25 years of my life mainly because I was not interested, and also I did not heard/saw anyone using floss- shame?Maybe, mind you, really my teeth were really good, last time I had a filling was at the age of 18 - 12 years ago. When I first ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Like many other people I hate visiting the dentist, how-ever I go every 6 months for check-ups and to ensure my teeth and gums are healthy. Although my gums don't bleed when I brush them the dentist has always advised me to floss my teeth daily to help prevent the build-up of plaque. Every time I go to the dentist my teeth need scaling and she advised me that using floss can prevent this and it will also help to prevent gum disease. In the past I have tried using the floss that you dispense and wrap around your fingers, how-ever I can never seem to get to the back teeth which mean these one's always get left out. After my most recent visit to the dentist and having to ... Read the complete review
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