One would think that with all the benefits of flossing, and the difficulty of doing it manually, someone would invent relatively easy a mechanical flosser with a small electric motor that could be guided smartly to the gums and bacteria. Hardly any innovations have been made in tooth cleaning at home since Singleton's Teledyne bought water pik in 1967.





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  1. Andre on August 10, 2016 9:46 am

    Have you tested selling 10 day maximums during more bearish months in SPU and buying 10 day minimums during bullish months. Do you just miss out on buying crashes in this case and miss out on rises during bullish months?

  2. Anonymous on August 13, 2016 2:16 pm

    There is a superior low tech method. The device is called Proxi-Tip. It resembles a toothbrush handle with plastic ribbed tip at the end to clean along gum line and between teeth at the gumline. It also pushes down gums therefore reducing gum inflammation. Easy to use after a bit of practice and sold on Amazon.

  3. Gregory Rehmke on August 14, 2016 11:47 am

    Though benefits of flossing apparently lack much empirical support.

  4. jim davis on August 15, 2016 2:33 pm

    That recent ’study’ claiming flossing has no provable benefit, might be the most absurd report ever to come out of bored academia.

    How else to remove the strands of beef that get stuck between your teeth? Shall we just leave it to rot, as we read the next missive from overpaid ‘report’ writers?

  5. humble1 on August 17, 2016 6:37 am

    slosh a decent red around in your mouth at least once a day. grimace while you squish it between your teeth as it bathes your guns. grimace and squish it again. now once more. brush lightly.


    spit it out into the sink.

    results: clean teeth, healthy gums, long life.


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