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"I was so happy when I found Therapics to use instead of traditional wood toothpicks & dental floss. Therapic® not only gets the hard to floss areas, it also gives you a fresher feeling in your mouth. Thank you for this product, as it is one I will use for a very long time."
Donna Frazier, New York
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Please contact us with any comments, suggestions, or ideas on how we can improve Therapic® to continue to be the most advanced plastic toothpick and to meet the needs of your dental hygiene or orthodontic needs. We are dedicated to a superior quality dental product as plaque remover and to fight the war against cavities and gingivitis. Therapic manufactures these gum stimulators in the United States of America to provide the dental profession with an accessory to compliment toothbrushes and floss.

Oral Hygiene Tips
 The following tips are suggestions to keep your teeth clean, and stimulate gums to prevent the build up of plaque, periodontal disease, gingivitis, and halitosis (bad breath). Each patient should have regular thorough cleanings and examinations by their dentist and hygienist for accurate individual hygiene recommendations.

 1. Consume healthy foods, and reduce intake of foods with high amounts of sugars.

 2. Make sure your diet includes recommended amounts of vitamin C and calcium.

 3. Drink daily recommended amounts of water, preferably containing fluoride.

 4. Do not smoke.

 5. Brush after every meal and floss at least once a day.

 6. Rinse mouth thoroughly with mouthwash daily.

 7. Visit the dentist for your regular cleaning every six months.

 8. When brushing or flossing are not possible, safe, or convenient, use plaque removers, interdental cleaners, or dental picks, such as:

   Therapic® plastic interdental picks to remove food particles, reduce plaque, clean each tooth and stimulate gums. Interdental gum stimulators

   should be  gentle on the gums and maintain a flexible tip.

 9. Have each cavity removed promptly upon diagnosis.

 10. Report any sensitivity, pain, or concerns to your dentist or hygienist as they present themselves.

 11. With braces, use interdental cleaners, or dental picks to replace difficult to use floss.

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