Is oral irrigator obligatory?
Like a mouthwash, also oral irrigator represents an addition to basic oral hygiene, which consists of toothbrush, dental floss and interdental brushes. Oral irrigator does not replace brushing and flossing, because it can rinse away only bigger food residues and also dental plaque is not removed sufficiently. Dental plaque is securely attached on teeth in a form of biofilm, which can be completely removed only mechanically, that is by brushing. As an additional aid it is welcome, as it means additional effort to maintaining the cleanliness of teeth. Read more