GUM® TWISTED FLOSS | Removes Plaque From Between Teeth And Below Gumline | 30M

Brushing alone only removes around half of the plaque in your mouth. Flossing on top can get rid of up to 70%. Dental floss helps you to clean important areas that toothbrushes can’t reach, like between the teeth and under the gumline, where plaque often builds up.

GUM TWISTED FLOSS effectively removes plaque from these difficult-to-access areas. The special design with 2 twisted strings creates up to 30% more flossing surface. The fresh minty green tea taste makes flossing enjoyable.





  • For a deep clean floss removes more plaque from tooth surface
  • Two twisted strings offer up to 30% more flossing surface
  • Waxed surface for easy glide and comfortabe flossing
  • Refreshing minty green tea taste makes flossing feel good and helps establish good habits
  • 70% recycled materials in the outer packaging

Experience a uniquely fresh and deep clean with the new GUM TWISTED FLOSS. 

Make your oral care routine more effective by including these steps in a ritual

By flossing every day, you can benefit from complete self-care and care for your whole mouth, cleaning where a toothbrush alone cannot.

It’s time to twist and feel extra fresh & clean, with GUM TWISTED FLOSS.

Experience a refreshing minty green tea sensation every time you floss.

Two twisted strings cover 30% more floss surface. They help you clean deep where plaque tends to hide.

How to distinguish GUM TWISTED FLOSS from the others? Check out our comparison table.

Additional Information

The pack should be separated and recycled:

1. BACKING CARD: paper/cardboard container

2. BLISTER BUBBLE: plastic container

Please place used products in household waste.

GUM TWISTED FLOSS is specially designed dental floss featuring two twisted strings that give up to 30% flossing coverage. It helps clean where your toothbrush can't. In fact, it helps remove up to 70% more plaque than brushing alone.

Floss, flossers, interdental brushes and picks remove plaque and small food particles from spaces between teeth to achieve an extra deep clean. If left to accumulate, plaque can damage teeth and gums, causing inflammation, decay, and potentially lead to general health issues. Therefore, this simple but very important step in the daily oral care routine has far-reaching effects on teeth and body health.

At GUM we are dedicated to oral health, and understand its implications for overall wellbeing. Research identifies a bidirectional link between gum health and diabetes, as well as a connection between compromised gums and other systemic conditions such as cardiovascular disease. We want to help you take the very best care of your oral health, and yourselves.

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