Titanium toothpicks with decorative ends keep your teeth clean

How much would you shell out for a pointy-thingy that helps remove food particles lodged between the teeth? Many out there are obsessive about oral hygiene and, by habit, pick on a toothpick to keep their pearls deposit-free. And since wooden toothpicks look so drab, titanium toothpicks are an opulent alternative. Created by Jamie Piekkola, these toothpicks are non-allergic and non-reactive to humans. Made from6Al-4V (Grade 5) Titanium, each toothpick is longer and thicker and features a rounded tip that is aptly pointed to avoid blood trickling from your gums. Ranging from $35- $60, you can order for standard ones or opt for an anodized toothpick and pick the ones with glowring, glow bulbs, and Tritium inserts.

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