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Amazon has 50-Count GUM Soft-Picks Original Dental Picks for $2.18. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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Walmart has 50-Count GUM Soft-Picks Original Dental Picks for $2.18. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-Day Trial) or on orders $35+.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 50-Count GUM Soft-Picks Original Dental Picks (6323R) for $2.18. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. Also available via Subscribe & Save; might make a good "filler" item to get to 5 subscriptions for the month.

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thanks, got a pack. Good for in between crowns and bridges
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HAAAHHAAAAA.. Camel says: Sept 2019 thru end of Aug 2021.. $2.90 Shoots up to $5.50 for a month then 'taadaa' BIG SALE $2.20 .. what we've always known they do but cldnt prove it.. dang I luv the internet!

But I'm in.. 😋 its still a good price if you buy these anyways, and I DO.. it's just not the 50% drop they are faking.. 2 funny. Rep'd
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Edited to rmv dbl post
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Quote from amazonsister :
HAAAHHAAAAA.. Camel says: Sept 2019 thru end of Aug 2021.. $2.90 Shoots up to $5.50 for a month then 'taadaa' BIG SALE $2.20 .. what we've always known they do but cldnt prove it.. dang I luv the internet!

But I'm in.. 😋 its still a good price if you buy these anyways, and I DO.. it's just not the 50% drop they are faking.. 2 funny. Rep'd
Ha ha, thx for reps. Peace I found this deal randomly. These actually look nicer than the cheapie picks I have at home.
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I've been using the plastic slingshot-looking plastic with the piece of floss strung between it. Does anyone have experience with these vs those as far as effectiveness?
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I've been using the plastic slingshot-looking plastic with the piece of floss strung between it. Does anyone have experience with these vs those as far as effectiveness?
This is good for people who have crowns/cavities between teeth/braces.
It works better if your teeth are further apart.
Floss works better when your teeth closer.
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Quote from manicmania900 :
This is good for people who have crowns/cavities between teeth/braces.
It works better if your teeth are further apart.
Floss works better when your teeth closer.
Thanks Smilie
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Dang, no sale on the Advanced ones; they've always done a better job for me. I use them for flossing since I have permanent retainers on top and bottom.
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Dang, no sale on the Advanced ones; they've always done a better job for me. I use them for flossing since I have permanent retainers on top and bottom.
I prefer the Advance version too. Having braces now. How do you like the permanent retainer compare to the regular version? Is it more expensive than the regular?
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I've been using the plastic slingshot-looking plastic with the piece of floss strung between it. Does anyone have experience with these vs those as far as effectiveness?
This is not a replacement for dental flossing, but rather a compliment as they don't have the same reach between teeth. I've found these to be most effective for gum health - the ribbed green part massages the gums and keeps them from "puffing up". When the dentist measures the depth of your gums, they start recommending a "deep cleaning" past a certain point, and they of course charge an arm and a leg for it.

Using these, my gums have never been healthier, and before using these i was flossing regularly.

One last thing - prepare to have some bleeding if you aren't used to these - it will stop as your gums get to a healthier place, but certainly at the beginning it can be a surprise.
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Gave up on flossing a couple years ago and have been using this and water flosser. Skipped a couple dentist cleaning sessions during Covid. Went for a check up and cleaning last month and dentist said my tooth are doing well.
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I prefer the Advance version too. Having braces now. How do you like the permanent retainer compare to the regular version? Is it more expensive than the regular?
Pricing was the same for me. I like not having to worry about wearing something at night, and in the 8 years since getting braces off my teeth haven't moved at all.

The only downside for me is that the retainer has definitely changed the chemistry of my mouth somehow that causes me to build tartar up quicker than before. I'll actually get visible tartar buildup if I go 6 months in between cleanings, so I actually visit the dentist 3x a year for cleanings to prevent this.
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Pricing was the same for me. I like not having to worry about wearing something at night, and in the 8 years since getting braces off my teeth haven't moved at all.

The only downside for me is that the retainer has definitely changed the chemistry of my mouth somehow that causes me to build tartar up quicker than before. I'll actually get visible tartar buildup if I go 6 months in between cleanings, so I actually visit the dentist 3x a year for cleanings to prevent this.
It's great to not have to remember and worry about wearing retainer at night. Does the permanent retainer lasted that long without having to replace it? Also, could the tartar buildup be related to changes in diet or habit?
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