Floss like a boss! - Oral Health Month

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This September, national Oral Health Month, learn how to ‘floss like a boss’ with international oral care brand Sunstar GUM*. Cleaning in-between the teeth can be quick and easy if you have the right tools and know how to do it correctly. (image source)

The following Sunstar GUM floss & interdental tools are available at selected Clicks, dentists, 
Dis-Chem, pharmacies and retailers:

GUM Original White Floss (RRP R51): Helps remove stains and plaque from between teeth.

GUM Expanding Floss (RRP R55): Ideal if you have small gaps between the teeth, sensitive or 
receding gums. This is easy to insert, even between the tightest contacts, and expands during use, for an exceptional clean.

I know many people, myself included, who dread flossing everyday. Trying out these two products has made me realize that with the right floss, it really can be a quick addition to your daily routine.

How to Floss Like a Boss
By Dirna Grobbelaar, Ivohealth’s Oral Hygiene Advisor

1. Take about 30cm of floss
2. Wind the floss around your middle fingers
3. Hold it floss between thumbs and index fingers
4. Slide the floss in-between teeth using a gentle back-and-forth sawing action
5. Fold floss around the side of a tooth in a C-shape
6. Slide the floss up and down, against tooth and just under the gum line
7. Repeat on the neighbouring tooth
8. Pull out and repeat using a clean section of the floss



GUM Soft-Picks Advanced (RRP R89) Disposable dental picks with soft rubber bristles that gently massage and stimulate gums. Ideal for adults and children.

GUM Trav-Lers (RRP R101) Tiny interdental brushes, ideal for normal teeth, big gaps and around crowns, bridges, implants or orthodontics.

My Husband is a pick-a-holic and he loved the soft picks. They are bendable to get into those hard to reach spaces and they reduce any bleeding of the gums whilst picking. I am a fan of the small travel case you get with the picks, just perfect for my handbag.


GUM Easy Flossers (RRP R50): Great for adults and children, with an easy to grip handle.


These easy flossers are perfect for on-the-go. When you are running around, there is just no time to measure out floss and follow home flossing procedure. If you are out at a restaurant and need to get a quick floss in after your meal, pop into the restroom and use your easy flossers.

Dental hygiene is really important so share these awesome flossing products with your friends and family! Visit the IVO Health website for more hygiene tips and ticks and find a comprehensive list of dental brands and products.

xoxo
Claire

*I received these products to review and share with my readers.

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12 comments

  1. I use this after brushing my teeth, tighten the dental floss and pass it between the teeth, up to the gums. Slightly slide the floss to the gums and to the tooth. Awesome product.

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  2. Oral health is beginning gate that affect the health of the body. However, essay roo often underestimate the problem until the disease finally came together with remorse.

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  4. I've used this floss for years and love it. It is strong and does not break. It does not easily slip when wrapped around my fingers. It slides easily between my teeth. I have large gaps between some teeth and need this to get a better oral clean.

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  5. A healthy smile is a bonus at any age. Over and over again more established individuals, disregard the soundness of their teeth. It is never past the point where it is possible to take in the fundamentals of oral medicinal services. Tooth Decay (Cavities). Tooth rot isn't only a kids' disease; it can occur as long as natural teeth are in the mouth. If you want to know more, Please check out here: My Dental Care Guide

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  8. Stay away from chemical based teeth cleaning and whiting techniques. I prefer to use natural ingredients for dental care. Once I was in dental awareness conference with rockville dentist
    He suggest to implement 2 techniques for snow white teeth

    1) Banana peel against yellow teeth
    The banana peel contains many minerals like potassium, manganese and magnesium. These minerals have a natural bleaching effect on the teeth. Just take a banana or the banana peel and rub the inside over the teeth to scrub your teeth.

    2) Sage to whiten the teeth
    Sage is very healthy as an old kitchen herb in the kitchen. The miracle cure sage has been used to whiten teeth for centuries. The herb can gently discolor discolored tooth enamel. Just chew a few fresh sage leaves. The ingredients cleanse the teeth, care for the gums and you get a fresh breathy odor.

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  9. The blog post is good enough, keep up writing such type of posts.

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  10. My dentist's office recommended this when it came out on the market. I had been using total gum care floss from another brand that's now discontinued.

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  11. It is difficult to reach the plate and the remains of food that accumulate under the gums and between the teeth only with brushing. According to Berlin Dentist, the most effective way to do this is by using dental floss, which also helps control bad breath. Its correct use implies healthier teeth and gums, since plaque is the main cause of caries and periodontal disease.

    On the one hand, the plate contains bacteria that feed on the remains of food or sugar in our mouths and, when this happens, an acid is released that can eat away at the outer layer of the teeth (the enamel) and cause cavities. On the other hand, if the plate is not removed by brushing and cleaning between teeth, can eventually harden into tartar, which cumulatively over the gumline, can lead to the periodontal disease such as gingivitis or periodontitis.

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