The Medline Dentips Disposable Oral Swabs are mouth swabs designed to provide quick oral care. The swabs are available in both treated and untreated options to suit individual user preferences. The oral swabs are ideal for both patients to self-administer a mouth swab or for dentists to use it on their patients.
The Medline Oral Swabsticks are designed with patient safety in mind. They have been strategically equipped with extra-long sticks to maintain a safe distance between the hand and the mouth. This helps eliminate the risk of the hand hurting the mouth or the teeth hurting the skin of the hand. The distance also helps avoid the risk of any contamination. The swabsticks are used for general purpose mouth swabbing procedures. They provide users with a quick cleanse of the mouth to maintain its hygiene. The swabsticks have soft foam heads with ridges that help remove debris and bacteria from the teeth. They also clean between the teeth and stimulate the oral tissue. The treated option of the swabs also helps refresh the patient’s breath.
The Dentips Oral Swabs are latex-free and hence suitable for people with latex allergies. They are sterilized and ready to be used right out of the pack. The swabs are color-coded for quick identification of whether they are enriched with a Dentifrice or not. The green swabs are the treated ones while the blue swabs are the untreated ones. Both options are available in cases with individually wrapped pieces. The treated swabs are also available in packs with ten swabs in a single wrap.
Product Features and Benefits
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- Perfect for use with biotene products
- Helps keep the user’s mouth healthy and clean
- Color coded for treated and untreated swab sticks
- Specially designed to accommodate smaller mouths
- Long plastic handle helps prevent touch contamination
- Manufacturer: MedLine
- Tip Material: Foam Tip
- Impregnated Ingredient: Dentifrice
- Color Code: Blue (Untreated), Green (Treated)
- Model: MDS096202, MDS096502, MDS096504
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