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Mar 21, 2011

BrytonPick Review

There are times when I'm out of the house and just wished I had dental floss with me. The BrytonPick is a string-free, reusable and portable teeth cleaning gadget for people on-the-go as well as people who cannot use regular dental floss (think braces and Invisalign).

My Take
The BrytonPick is very flexible and cleans out my front teeth very well, but I found that the edge is much too sharp and cut my gums and my lip. I also had some trouble reaching the back of my mouth because I was concentrating on avoiding the sharp edge. The pick is great, however, for use on-the-go if you just need to clean a piece of food out of your teeth. One swipe and it's gone! You can carry it around with you and use it multiple times, so it's much more economical than floss or a pick. It's also great for people with braces who can't use floss but still want to clean in between their teeth. The design allows you to do just that! But I found that I couldn't use it in between the teeth on either side of my crown (the space is just two small, and since it's in my back teeth I wasn't about to force it).

Cost: You can buy the BrytonPick for $4.99 for 3 picks or $19.99 for 12 picks. ($$$)

Overall: We give the BrytonPick a 4/10.

We were sent a BrytonPick free of charge for the sole purpose of this review; no other compensation was received. All opinions expressed are my own.

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Sarah Osborne said...

That's cool that you can use it with braces...I remember having a really hard time trying to floss when I was a teen b/c of braces.

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