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|Product Name:||Tongue Scraper Cleaner for Adults Surgical Grade Stainless Steel Metal Tongue Brush Dental Kit Professional Eliminate Bad Breath With Non-synthetic Grip|
|Product Description:||YIBIDINAY products transpired from our vision of a world in which nature is not only respected and preserved, but leads the way in the preservation of a healthy and responsible .After our third daughter was born, we began examining our lives for ways in which our daily use of products could partner with nature by limiting waste, reducing the global footprint and preserving natural resources. This quest for all things natural and reusable was, and continues to be, the driving force behind us.Securing our planet’s future for our children and all future generations is a mission that will always be at the forefront of YIBIDINAY.Oral HygieneIt is recommended to use a tongue cleaner to get rid of the buildup of plaque and bacteria on your tongue. After brushing your teeth plaque and bacteria are left behind on your tongue, the tongue cleaner will get rid of the excess bacteria and plaque giving you a cleaner and better smelling mouth.YIBIDINAY is today’s brand of choice for environmentally and hygiene conscious men, women and children. Its solid stainless steel tongue cleaner is highly flexible and completely smooth creating the perfect design to reach the surface of your entire tongue and will not cause gagging reflexes or scratches.Why Stainless SteelStainless steel will not rust or collect mold. Up to 70% of stainless steel is made from recycled material, is toxin free and 100% recyclable. If stainless steel is not recycled and makes its way into the landfills it will not leak any toxins into the soil or groundwater. Stainless steel has a incredible long life span, the YIBIDINAY Stainless steel tongue cleaners will last you a lifetime.Keep The Earth GreenIt is estimated that the average American throws away 185 pounds of plastic per year and takes up to 1000 years to decompose. All of this plastic makes its way to landfills and oceans causing toxins to se|
|It comes with one Tongue Cleaner|
|Made from superior Grade stainless steel - Non-toxic and Sterilizable, Comfort Grip, Thicker, heavy duty gauge to ensure it is smooth on the tongue - without risk of nicks|
|Stainless steel Carved handles to ensure bacteria free surface - No synthetic coverings for Grips|
|Flexible, non-gagging design with optimal length - enables cleaning of the entire tongue length|
|Suitable tool for plaque removal, bad breath and to restore oral hygiene or taste sensation|
Quote :Some say that cleaning your tongue helps keep your breath fresh, but there is no evidence that brushing or scraping your tongue will prevent bad breath or improve halitosis (chronic bad breath). In fact, bad breath bacteria can grow back just as fast as you remove it.
If you like the way your mouth feels after you clean your tongue, keep it up as part of your daily dental routine. It can be a great way to go the extra mile for your mouth, but comes down to personal preference and is not a necessary step.
Quote :The aims of this study were to assess the effect of tongue scraper among male adult patients with caries and periodontal disease, on Mutans streptococci (MS) and Lactobacilli (Lb) bacteria and secondly to assess the effect on self perceived oral malodour. All patients were advised to use a tongue scraper twice daily for at least 2 minutes per day for 7 days. No effort was made to change tooth brushing or dietary habits of patients. Self perceived oral malodour was reported by 41.7% at baseline and 30% after use of tongue scraper. Salivary count of Mutans Streptococci and Lactobacilli had significant decrease 3.37 (+/- 0.71) to 2.27 (+/- 0.80) and 3.22 (+/- 0.85) to 2.32 (+/- 0.87) respectively (P = 0.000). It was concluded that tongue scraping twice daily for 7 days had significant effect on MS and Lb bacteria and also decreased oral malodour
Quote :Results: The baseline measurements were compared with those of the end of each week using the Dunn method (α = 0.01). The tongue scraper showed a 75% reduction in VSCs, while the toothbrush only achieved a 45% reduction in VSCs.
Quote :Research on the effectiveness of tongue scrapers is limited. What's been published so far describes tongue scraping as temporarily effective for bad breath, but there's not enough evidence that using a tongue scraper helps with ongoing (chronic) halitosis.
However, if you have a coated tongue — a buildup of debris, bacteria and dead cells on your tongue — tongue scraping may be helpful. A coated tongue can be caused by smoking, dry mouth, poor oral hygiene, yeast infection or medication use.