Wednesday, April 27, 2011

BrytonPick Review




I was recently given the chance to review a new product called BrytonPick. BrytonPick is a new and easier way to floss.

Did you know that according to the ADA, only 12% of the population floss regularly? It's kind of hard to blame them though, considering the fact that traditional floss is inconvenient and a lot of people can only manage to do the front half of their teeth because of flexibility issues. But BrytonPick is a convenient, reusable device that you can carry around discreetly.

I tried out the sample they sent me and I can honestly say this device is a lot easier to use than traditional floss. Each one comes in a pack about as big as a credit card so you could easily stash this in your purse or wallet. They're reusable (up to 30 days) and they're made of germ-resistant stainless steel.

We all know how important oral health is. It isn't just important because it affects your teeth. It seems like every week or so we see more and more articles linking bad oral hygiene to other health problems as well. So it seems pretty simple. Take care of your teeth and gums and help take care of the rest of your body as well.

As of right now BrytonPicks are available at Meijer, Drug Fair, Kinney Drugs, A&P, Pathmark, Superfresh and DIK Drug Co. or you can buy them online at Drugstore.com, Amazon, Dentist.net, BrytonPick, CVS and Walgreens.

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