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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Bryton Pick- Floss in Seconds Review

I received a trial package of Bryton Pick string free flossers to review.  I have to say my husband is much better about flossing than I am.  I know I need to floss at least twice a day but after dealing with my kids all day, I usually just want to slip into bed at night and usually forget to floss.  Shhhhh, don't tell my dentist.  But I thought I'd give this flosser a try.

From the Bryton Website

BrytonPick makes cleaning between teeth easy, fast and discreet

Designed, developed and tested by dental professionals.

Solution for on-the-go or alternative for those that are unable to floss

Made of flexible stainless steel and plastic holder

Blunt cleaning edges are thin as the finest floss (0.0019")

Re-usable up to 30 days (germ-resistand stainless steel).

Cleanse with napking or water. Store in its cary-pouch.

BrytonPick is 100% produced in USA at FDA registered facilities (QS-9000 / ISO9001 Certified)

The package was surprisingly small.  You really can put it in your wallet like the manufacturer claims.  I also like that you can use it for up to a month (cleaning it in between uses of course).  But the real test of course was using it.

I took it out of the package and was a little scared.  It's a thin metal strip that you slide in between your teeth.  It looks sharp but it wasn't as sharp as I thought it would be.  I gently slid the Bryton pick between my teeth and it really did clean in between them.  It removed all the food particles and plaque.  I did have a little bleeding but I sometimes get that from regular flossing, too.  

I don't know if I would use this product to replace my normal floss at home but I will keep this in my wallet to use when I am not home.  I think it would come in really handy after eating a big steak or having some popcorn at a movie theater.  It is much more sanitary than finding something else to try to get a piece of food out of your teeth like a matchbook cover, piece of paper, etc.

You can buy these flossers are your local drug store like CVS, and online at  

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