HurriView® and HurriView II® Plaque Disclosing Snap -n- Go™ Swabs
Plaque is the sticky film that forms on teeth. If it is not removed on a frequent basis, it can lead to decay (cavities) and gum disease. Your child may be brushing regularly, but plaque is nearly the same color as teeth, so it can be difficult for kids to see where it is accumulating.
HurriView and HurriView II Plaque Disclosing Snap -n- Go Swabs highlight plaque left behind on teeth to make it easier to remove. These unique plaque-tinting swabs help kids see areas where they need to pay attention to brushing and make oral hygiene fun!
- Pre-filled with plaque disclosing solutions
- Highlights areas where improved oral hygiene is needed
- Individually wrapped swab applicators
- Available in single-tone and two-tone plaque indicating Snap -n- Go Swabs
HurriView® Plaque Indicating Snap -n- Go™ Swabs — Highlights plaque reddish-pink
HurriView II® Two-Tone Plaque Indicating Snap -n- Go™ Swabs — Highlights old plaque blue and new plaque reddish-pink
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I use a plaque disclosant?
Because you are trying to identify areas where better brushing and flossing are needed, the best time to use HurriView and HurriView II is right after brushing your teeth.
Are plaque disclosants messy?
Traditional tablets and plaque disclosing rinses are notoriously messy. HurriView and HurriView II are neatly packaged in individually wrapped, unit-dose swabs, making use and clean-up neat and easy. Unlike tablets and rinses, HurriView and HurriView II contain only the amount of dye needed to highlight residual plaque.
Is plaque disclosing just for kids?
No. Whether you are a child, adult or senior, plaque disclosing is for anyone who can benefit from improved oral hygiene.
How to use Plaque Indicating Snap -n- Go™ Swabs
Hold swab (color ring up) with one hand, and with other hand, twist to remove bottom half of cellophane at perforation.
Snap color ring gently. The liquid will flow to the bottom end of the cotton tip.
Swab teeth and gumline with plaque disclosant swab.
If you are using HurriView, residual plaque will be highlighted in reddish-pink. With HurriView II, old plaque is revealed in blue, and new plaque is reddish-pink.
Brush teeth again, paying special attention to highlighted areas.