360 Flosser is a hand-held flossing device that's been designed to remove debris from between your teeth by targeting the top, bottom, and sides of the mouth all at once. It's stated that by directing water all the way down to the gum area, this device will help prevent you from developing oral problems like gingivitis (bleeding gums) or just an unhealthy buildup of plaque. This tool has been deemed suitable for kids and adults and will only require 2 AA batteries to function properly.
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When you receive your 360 Flosser, be sure to insert 2 AA batteries into the appropriate slot, and then close the slot again. Batteries aren't included with each device, so you'll need to provide these (and any future replacements) on your own.
Next, fill the transparent canister at the back of the device with water from your bathroom tap. This is the water that will later spray in all directions to clean debris out from between your teeth.
Once your 360 Flosser has been filled, turn it on by using the power switch on the front. At this point, you'll also be able to use the same switch to choose between high-intensity and low-intensity flossing action. If you think there's a lot of stubborn debris between your teeth, the former option may be best, while people with sensitive gums might prefer the latter option. For low-intensity flossing, push the switch up once after turning the device on, and for high-intensity flossing, push it up one more time after that.
With your device powered on, you'll need to quickly insert it in your mouth, between your teeth. Your upper set of teeth should be resting on the shelf-like compartment at the top of the device's stem, while your lower set of teeth should be resting against a similar compartment at the bottom. However, it isn't enough to leave the device stationary in your mouth. Instead, you'll have to move it back and forth across your entire mouth so that the water it sprays can target each side of every tooth and all the spaces in between.
You may be able to complete the flossing process in just 10 seconds, but you can continue moving your tool back and forth for as long as you'd like to. When you're done, use the power switch on the front to turn the device off. If there's any water left inside its transparent canister, it's fine to either leave it for the next use or dump it out.
There are other tools out there that will spray out water to help you floss your teeth, but typically, they'll only spray water in one direction at once. In that case, you'll have to move the device frequently to spray water at each side of each tooth, so the entire flossing process may take you up to a quarter of an hour. On the other hand, true to its name, the 360 Flosser will spray water in all directions at once after it's been turned on. Therefore, it'll spray each tooth in its entirety at once, which means you won't have to move the device around as much and could be done your flossing session in less than 30 seconds.
Each 360 Flosser is pure white with blue accents, two shades that are commonly associated with clean teeth and cleanliness in general. Plus, this combination of shades will look attractive in virtually any bathroom.
This flossing tool's body, in regard to both the size and the shape, has been configured to be comfortable for the human hand to hold. If you have to floss for longer than 10 seconds for any reason, or you have to floss the teeth of multiple children in a row, the hand you're using likely won't become sore. Along the same lines, the base of this device will rest comfortably on any flat surface, so you won't have to deal with this tool falling over frequently.
While each one of these devices is bigger than one toothbrush, each one's size is only equal to that of about four toothbrushes. Its size makes this a highly portable flossing tool that you'll be able to carry from room to room in your home, when necessary, and stash in your suitcase when you're going on a trip. It may come in especially handy if you're on an important business trip or will be attending a special event while you're away from home, and you want your teeth to look sparkling clean.
If you have braces, fillings, or any other small pieces of metal in your mouth for dental purposes, you may find that traditional string floss often gets stuck in your teeth. That won't be the case with the 360 Flosser, though, as it's been designed to simply rest against the top and bottom set of teeth as it does its work. The water coming out of the device is what will actually come in direct contact with most areas of the teeth and gums. This water will flow around the mouth instead of consistently remaining in any particular area.
On a related note, unlike traditional string floss that can often dig into the gums, this flossing tool won't be able to cause you pain as you're using it. If you already have gums that bleed easily due to gingivitis, this may come as a relief, as they won't be sore and bloody after a flossing session.
Children may complain about a lengthy flossing session, especially if string floss is being used, but they might actually enjoy using the 360 Flosser. It won't take as long as flossing with other common tools or devices, nor will it cause them pain, and they may find the idea of water being evenly sprayed throughout their mouth rather interesting.
If you want to use your 360 Flosser while you're on the go, you'll need access to a water source in order to do so, unless you've already filled the tool at home. Those users who don't have immediate access to a sink may find themselves unable to use the tool until they come upon one. It could be filled with water from a water bottle, but doing this could also be cumbersome and result in a spill.
Those people who don't clean their teeth effectively at home might have to go to the dentist a couple of times a year or risk developing oral problems. You may be able to cut back on the frequency of those trips (and avoid shelling out cash each time) once you start using a 360 Flosser, though. Although using this device isn't a substitute for brushing your teeth, if you use this flosser and brush every day, you may be able to get away with an annual or bi-annual professional cleaning.
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