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Friday, January 20, 2012

Product Review: BRYTONPICK

I was recently sent a sample of BrytonPick to try.  First of all, I do not like to floss.  Usually when I floss, I get the floss to far down into the gum line and make my gums bleed.  Then the dentist is telling me not to do that, well trust me, I don't do that on purpose!  So when I saw the  BrytonPick , I had to look twice.  What really captured my attention was the boomerang shape, stainless steel cleaning ends, and it is reusable..  I was thinking, "metal? in my mouth? reusable?  I sat and examined this little device that is probably about 2 inches long and can be stored in a credit card size pouch.  The pouch with the  BrytonPick in it is no thicker than a credit card.  Now lets talk about the metal!  The metal is very thin and flexible.  When I was inserting the cleaning end between my teeth there was no discomfort.  As the package stated I did use the  BrytonPick in front of the mirror the first time which did allow me to try a couple different techniques.  First I tried putting the end closest to the plastic in and tried to pull forward.  I didn't find this technique as easy or as effective as starting from the rounded end and pushing through the tooth.  When I was finished I ran the  BrytonPick  under very hot water and placed it back into the pouch for storage.  You can use alcohol on the cleaning end if you choose.  It's boomerang shape allows a comfortable grip and allows you to gain access in to harder to reach areas, unlike floss where you have to practically stand on your head.  Another really great thing that  BrytonPick allows that regular dental floss doesn't is that it can be used easily with braces.  You would use it just the same as you would without braces but instead of inserting it between your teeth horizontally, you would insert vertically so the wires in the braces to not get in the way!  It is really easy to use and because of this it can be used anywhere, anytime!

Overall, I see my family replacing dental floss with the  BrytonPick I am not a fan of finding used dental floss that fell out of the trash can so it is nice that your hands remain clean during use and you do not have as much of a chance of introducing more germs into your mouth!

If you would like more information about the BrytonPick, you can visit their website at www.brytonpick.com.  

**Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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