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Do you struggle to effectively floss your teeth every day due to an injury or old age that has left the task too difficult for you to complete effectively? Do you ever wish there was another way to floss your teeth? If so, dental thread can be switched out for an alternative device known as a water flosser.

For a better understanding of the basics of water flossers, listed below are some important facts regarding them:

– If your dental floss is hindered by previous or ongoing dental services such as aligners, bridges, crowns, or dentures, then water flossers would be the better choice.
– Individuals with joint pain tend to struggle the most with dental floss, so instead switch to an alternative interdental device such as a water flosser, which is easier to operate.
– When using the water flosser that will work best for you, consult your dentist or look for the products that feature the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance.
– Water flossers are intended to clean between teeth like traditional dental floss can, with the key difference being that water flossers do not use thread, but as a substitute, rely on water jets to clear away debris stuck between teeth.

Come in and see for yourself the magic of water flossers. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Lyndel Stripling and our team at our dentist office in Dallas, Texas, call Lake Highlands Dental at (214) 613-1279 and a member of our team will gladly assist you. We look forward to seeing you smile!