Put yr teeth in a bucket and use a Karcher.My dental hygienist has suggested I get one and recommend one that I've just looked at and costs over £200.
That's not going to happen.
There's a a bewildering array of them available and I was wondering if any of you fine folk have and recommendations for one at a more modest price?
What with Amazon's festival of spending on shit I was looking at £50ish as long as that gets me something that is any good.
The fact that your gums are bleeding is indicative of periodontal issues rather than an issue with the floss or that you are using it incorrectly.Use a Philips one, think it was about £70. much easier than flossing which can make my gums bleed. Air flosser can get to places normal string floss can’t.
Never found it messy at all. It all stays in your mouth (or should do!)
I bought a chinese copy one for about £10-15...amazon I think, a couple of years ago. They work a charm.
I was actually surprised how clean my teeth felt after the first use. Most have different settings so you won't knock your teeth out. Quite comical really, losing the co ordination to jet the walls in the bathroom!
Note to self, it's not a portable bidet
I'd never been to dental hygenist until I moved to Canada. Thankfully my work health insurance includes dental cover, so I've been going twice a year since. It took about 6 years to correct all the shoddy dental work I'd got done in the UK.Ok when did this happen? What's next, will we be going to our pharmaceutical specialist to get medications or has that already happened?
You jest but the introduction of the dumb UDA based NHS dental contract back in 2006 virtually created the job of hygienist. Dentists used to provide the whole range of periodontal treatment but they decided they weren't getting paid enough.They don't they go to a dental hygenist instead