Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) October 06, 2014
"The American Dental Assocation (ADA) states that we should at least floss once a day. After reading an article by the ADA indicating that only 10 percent of Americans floss daily, with 39 percent flossing less than daily, and the remaining 49 percent not flossing at all, made me think that perhaps the conventional method of brushing and flossing is inconvenient and uncomfortable," said an inventor from Eastpointe, Mich. "Furthermore, a great way to remember to floss everyday is to keep your floss next to your toothbrush. We know that out of sight, out of mind is a common reason why we forget things, so I came up with the idea of inventing a detachable dental flossing/tooth-brushing device."
He developed the patent-pending EZ Floss Toothbrush with Detachable Flossing Cartridges to provide a more convenient way to floss. The invention promotes regular flossing. This helps to improve dental hygiene. The design ensures that the user has floss readily available. It also eliminates the hassle of having to wrap floss around your fingers. Furthermore, the accessory is designed to be easily portable.
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