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You’ve likely heard of gingivitis before. Sometimes it’s thrown around lightly, sometimes not. Gingivitis is classified as periodontal disease. In layman’s terms, it’s a form of gum disease—albeit mild and common—that causes symptoms of swelling, irritation, and redness around the gingiva (the part of your gums adjacent to the base of your teeth).  Gingivitis is […]

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  • 7 min read

As if flossing your teeth wasn’t hard enough, braces add an additional challenge in accessing areas not properly cleaned by brushing alone, while also creating new areas for bacteria to settle and build up. Additionally, the hardware of braces is relatively delicate and must be handled with care to avoid loosening or breakage that could […]

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You’ve gotten wired up at the orthodontist’s office as a commitment to your oral health and in pursuit of a beautiful smile. Good for you – good things ahead. To really nail that Hollywood smile, you’ll have to keep up on caring for your braces and teeth, which does add a little bit of extra […]

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  • 4 min read

We get it — you love flossing so much, you’re starting to worry that it’s becoming a problem. In the morning, before bed, on your commute, during dinner with your in-laws — it’s a compulsory habit so hard to resist that you’re starting to worry it’s taking over your life. Sound familiar? Probably not.  But […]

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  • 7 min read

Flossing probably isn’t a favorite part of the average person’s daily hygiene routine, but we all know we should be doing it — mostly because our dental hygienists remind us every time we see them. Even if you don’t like doing it, flossing is important for your dental health. If you’re the type of person […]

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  • 6 min read

You might be pretty good about brushing your teeth in the morning and before you go to bed. Maybe you’ve even invested in a high-end electric toothbrush — a show of commitment to your oral hygiene. But there’s a little-known secret about oral health that may come as a surprise, and without it, you’re still […]

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  • 4 min read

You know flossing is important for your dental health because your dentist tells you every time you go for a visit. Maybe you’ve even been really good and stepped up your flossing game to daily status. This time, the dentist will give you a pat on the back, you think to yourself as you walk […]

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  • 4 min read

I’ve been a dental hygienist for more than 25 years and know the challenges my patients have with flossing. Through the years, I’ve seen that many do not clean between their teeth. Patients hate flossing. They state that floss is difficult to wrap around their fingers and it gets stuck between their teeth. Patients with […]

The post ToothShower, an Innovative Alternative That Makes Water Flossing Easy and Accessible appeared first on ToothShower.

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What is clear is the need for a remedy to fight against periodontal disease. Research from the Center for Disease Control shows that one out of every two American adults aged 30 and over has periodontal disease. If this is left untreated, periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss. To address the need for better […]

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  • 2 min read

The owner of ToothShower LLC, Lisa Guenst, was the Grand Prize Winner in the West Chester University Business Idea Pitch 2017 and first place winner in the Temple University, Fox School of Business, Business Plan Competition 2017. Her company then went on to raise over $375,000 in crowdfunding to prove there is a market for […]

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Flossing as it’s known today started in the United States as early as 1815, when an American dentist, Dr. Levi Spear Parmly, introduced the idea of using waxed silken thread as floss. Later, he published a book, A Practical Guide to the Management of Teeth that emphasized the importance of brushing and flossing daily. The […]

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