ABOUT FLOSSY BRUSH
Although the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in an August 2016 statement said that "flossing is an important oral hygiene practice," studies show that less than 50 percent of people actually floss on a daily basis. Some 20 percent don't floss at all. Many note dexterity issues with wrapping floss around their fingers and navigating around teeth to floss properly. Others note the time and inconvenience.
Flossy Brush addresses both issues. The integrated floss holder offers simple and quick placement and replacement of any kind of floss on the market. There are no removable parts or replacement cartridges to purchase. Further, the design is curved and flexible, allowing the user to easily reach the hardest places around teeth. The American Dental Association recommends flossing at least once a day to prevent cavities and gum diseases. Because Flossy Brush is a toothbrush and flossing aid in one, it's already at the user's fingertips as they brush, saving time. Flossy Brush also offers a compact head design that is flexible with ultra-soft bristles (tapered 0.01 tip) to reach below the gum. The Tynex-soft rounded bristles also make for a more conventional feel.