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Â Â Â Â I was chosen to review a new flossing product called the Bryton Pick.Â I was eager to try it because, like many people, I am not a big fan of using string floss.Â I do want clean teeth, and I understand that dental health is linked to other health issues.Â But I find string floss messy and difficult to use, especially since some of my teeth fit together tightly.Â My kids, too, aren't very excited about flossing with string floss, but will do it if I keep pick-style flossers in their bathroom.
Â Â Â Â The Bryton Pick looks like a tiny boomerang in shape, and comes in a variety of colors.Â The one I tried was blue.Â On each end is a small germ-resistant stainless steel cleaning strip, which is fairly thin and flexible.Â The advertising that came with it said that the pick was reusable for up to 30 days.Â (However, to be honest I would not feel comfortable reusing a floss pick.)Â It also said that you should avoid contact with the lips, which might be difficult.Â Otherwise, the product performed well, is "convenient and discreet" as advertised, and served its purpose well.Â The flexible ends are able to get in between tightly spaced teeth without any trouble.
Â Â Â Â Bryton Pick is made in the USA from completely recyclable materials.Â Some of the testimonials given in the product information said that people carried the product around in their wallet.Â I did see a photo of a small plastic case for the pick, about the size of a business card, to serve this purpose.Â The product does advertise that it works well with braces, and while I do not have braces now, I did wear them in high school and I can say that yes, I do agree that the flexible nature of the strips would work well for someone with braces.
Â Â Â Â The product is available in some stores, but to find out more, interested consumers should visit www.BrytonPick.com for more information.
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.