No More Looking Down in the Mouth

Welcome to National Dental Hygiene Month! Throughout October, the American Dental Association works to raise the awareness of the importance of good oral health.

The 2017 effort focuses on the brushing, flossing, rinsing, and chewing routines that can maintain the unique gifts good dental hygiene brings. Beyond the basics, there’s much more you can do to keep a beautiful smile and a healthy mouth.

Many dentists recommend supplementing conventional flossing with water flossing. This portable, cordless water flosser emits 1,250 pulses of water per minute to clean deep between teeth and below the gumline. The device’s powerful water pulsations remove plaque, fight gingivitis, and clean teeth, plus it’s compact and light enough to pack for travel, so you can maintain the routine every day.

While teeth are the workhorses of the mouth, your gums are the foundation of oral health. This gum health simulator, exclusive to Hammacher Schlemmer, uses LEDs to stimulate circulation inside your mouth to help maintain healthy gums. Using technology developed by NASA, the mouthpiece employs infrared and red LEDs to produce safe, gentle heat that penetrates deep into gingiva tissue, boosting circulation to help promote oral health. This device is highly recommended as a unique gift for yourself!

This sonic toothbrush is used by dental professionals because it is 98.75% more effective at removing plaque and 92.66% more effective at improving gum health than a traditional toothbrush. The unit removes plaque from tooth enamel with quiet vibrations that whir back and forth 31,000 times per minute to help prevent tooth decay and gently massage the gums.

Studies have shown that oral hygiene is linked to your overall well-being—gum disease can lead to diabetes, heart disease, and other major problems. Take care of your mouth, see a dentist regularly, and you’ll enjoy the unique gifts a healthy mouth brings.

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