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Should I Floss?

Updated 2 months ago by Atul Shastry

While the AutoBrush® provides a comprehensive cleaning, you should still floss as recommended by your dentist. The AutoBrush does not replace flossing. We do sell flossers on our site, and you can click the images below to learn more!

Adult Charcoal Flossers:

  • Eco Friendly & Socially Responsible: Our flossers are made of PLA & PBAT derived from corn starch and other plants. They are biodegradable and safer for our planet than similar products. Free from PFAS and BPA.
  • Ultra-Sturdy Thread: The flosser thread is made of UHMWPE, one of the strongest fibers in the world, ensuring no headaches with flimsy or broken threads.
  • Charcoal Infused Thread: Infused with real charcoal to enhance cleansing while effectively absorbing and wiping away plaque and bacteria.
  • Easy to Use: Designed to easily slide between teeth with low effort. Includes a toothpick on the opposite end for a deeper, manual clean when needed. 
  • Promotes Gum Health: Assist in removing food, plaque, and bacteria while fighting bad breath.

Kid's Strawberry Flavored Flossers

  • Strawberry Infused Thread: Infused with real strawberry flavor to promote early adoption of healthy habits.
  • Fun and Ergonomic Design: Adorable, giraffe-shaped flossers come in yellow, green, and blue.
  • Eco Friendly & Socially Responsible: Our flossers are made of PLA & PBAT derived from corn starch and other plants. They are biodegradable and safer for our planet than similar products. Free from PFAS and BPA.
  • Ultra-Sturdy Thread: The flosser thread is made of UHMWPE, one of the strongest fibers in the world, ensuring no headaches with flimsy or broken threads.
  • Promotes Gum Health: Assist in removing food, plaque, and bacteria while fighting bad breath.


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