4 Benefits of Using a Flossing Toothbrush

Some facts remain undisputed because there's overwhelming evidence to back them up. Brushing and flossing are two such facts. These dental hygiene routines have remained an intrinsic part of our lives since the early 1900s.


What if you were to combine them with the help of an LBailar electric flosser that's also a toothbrush? Find out!

1. Removes Plaque

People who brush but don't floss get plaque anyway. This invisible film forms a layer around your teeth, leaving no spot uncovered, and growing in hard-to-reach areas.


The writing on the wall couldn't be clearer: floss before brushing your teeth to create a hostile environment for this equally hostile bacteria that can cause cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease. With a flosser toothbrush, you can floss as you brush your teeth, reaching the back of your teeth and between them, which are the spots most commonly inhabited by plaque.

2. No Food Particles Left

Manual flossing can be hard work, and there's no guarantee that you have removed all the food particles stuck between your teeth. By letting the flosser toothbrush take over, you can be sure that there isn't even a microscopic food particle between your teeth.


As you go over your teeth and gums, the toothbrush half of the electronic flosser will take over, eliminating any other threats to your tooth enamel and cavity.


A Child Laughing, Showing Off Teeth Freshly Brushed with an Electric Flosser


3. Good for the Heart

While it may seem outlandish that one's oral health could lead to better heart health, there is some evidence supporting this theory. A recent study found that those with good oral hygiene were less likely to experience heart failure and arrhythmia.


That said, you should focus on both things simultaneously. While taking care of your teeth with a flosser toothbrush helps your heart health, it's just one part of your overall health that you must maintain to ensure all is as it should be with your heart.

4. Reduces the Chances of Bad Breath

Halitosis (bad breath) is caused by decaying food particles stuck between your teeth. Not only does that encourage plaque, but it also causes bad breath. It's important to floss your teeth with the flosser toothbrush after breakfast to prevent halitosis later in the day.

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Are you not suitable for our electronic flosser because you wear braces? Try our electronic toothbrush for braces to reach beyond the brackets and wires and clean away the food particles and plaque bacteria from every nook and cranny.


Reach out for further questions and concerns about our electronic toothbrushes.