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  • Will Ringly fit my finger?
    Ringy is designed to be one-size-fits-most adults. It can safely expand to over double it’s resting size. While it may not fit as snugly on smaller fingers, it’s design makes it easily possible to hold with smaller fingers.
  • Can Ringly replace a traditional toothbrush for everyday brushing?
    Ringly is designed to be used when on the go. It does not replace everyday brushing with a traditional toothbrush, as recommended by your dentist.
  • Can children use Ringly?
    Due to it’s small size, Ringly is a choking hazard for young children. While Ringly is not intended for use by children under the age of 12, some parents may decide to use the it on their children's teeth. The Ringly should always be snuggly secured to a finger when being used around a child. Ringly is a choking hazard if swallowed and should not be used on children under the age of 3. Children should always be supervised to ensure that Ringly is not placed on, or around, any other body parts, such as arms, legs, or neck, as this could cut off blood circulation, resulting in serious injury or death. Visit OralityCare.com/Use for all Ringly safety tips.
  • Does Ringly replace a toothpick?
    Ringly can remove most of the same foods and debris that a normal toothbrush would remove from the mouth - And In some cases, Ringly can act as a toothpick. However, foods that are tightly stuck between teeth will likely require a regular toothpick or flosspick.
  • Can Ringly be worn as jewelry?
    While Ringly may feel comfortable to wear, we do not recommend Ringly be worn for more than three minutes. If you feel any pain while wearing Ringly, remove it immediately and adjust it to a finger location that is not painful. Because Ringly is constantly squeezing while being worn on larger fingers, extended wear of Ringly ould cause serious injury due to blood flow constriction. Visit OralityCare.com/Use for all Ringly safety tips.
  • How can I clean my Ringly?
    Ringly and it’s sanitary cover can be hand washed, or placed in the dishwasher. If using the dishwasher, make sure you place it on the top shelf in a safe location so that it will not fall to the bottom of the dishwasher. It can also easily be hand washed by running it under warm water and massaging its bristles. To provide the most sanitary conditions and avoid bacteria buildup, be sure to rinse your Ringly between each use. Visit OralityCare.com/Use for all Ringly safety tips.
  • Is Ringly Safe?
    Ringly is made from food-grade silicone material, which is also non-toxic, making it safe for oral use.
  • Will my fingers be inside my mouth during use?
    Nope! Ringly is designed to allow for the outer area of the front and side teeth to be quickly cleaned without contamination by fingers. Some people are even able to reach their back teeth without issue. The bigger your smile, the further the reach!
  • Can Ringly be used with toothpaste?
    Yes! Ringly’s patent pending design even allows for a small amount of toothpaste to be stored under the sanitary cap. If you are storing it, be sure to use a toothpaste that won’t dry out. Visit OralityCare.com/Use for all Ringly safety tips.
  • What is Ringly™?
    Ringly is a silicone toothbrush on a ring. It can easily be stored and carried anywhere and offers you the ability to quickly brush your teeth anywhere, even without water. Use Ringly to for clean your teeth at restaurants, the office, on dates, or wherever you need to support your smile! It is great for natural teeth, most braces, and with dentures.
  • How strong is the sanitary cap?
    Ringly’s sanitary cap is made of safe Polypropylene plastic, which is tough enough to withstand strong bumps and scrapes. When snapped closed around Ringly, the sanitary cap can withstand significant turmoil without being knocked off. It’s perfect for a purse, pocket, or even keychain!
  • How tight is Ringly?
    Ringly fits snugly and comfortably around most fingers for the short time that it may take to brush. Wearing it tightly for longer than several minutes is not recommended and may cause pain or discomfort.
  • Is Ringly waterless?
    Yes! Ringly can be used without any water. However, if you are experiencing dry-mouth, you should not use Ringly without water. Visit OralityCare.com/Use for all Ringly safety tips.
  • How big is Ringly?
    Ringly is just a little bit smaller than a thin water bottle cap. The inner portion of the ring is about the size of a US dime.
  • How hard are the bristles?
    Much softer than a normal toothbrush bristle. The bristles are made of high quality, soft, silicone material. This allows for maximum flexibility, a very gentle feeling, and soft scrubbing on tooth enamel. While soft, the bristles still provide a strong brushing power. Want a harder bristle? Sign up for our newsletter to stay updated on the release of a harder bristle Ringly!
  • Why does Ringly only include one sanitary cover?
    Less wasted plastic. Ringly’s sanitary cover is very strong and can be easily cleaned. We are confident that one cover will last you both Ringly’s and more!
  • How is Ringly Worn?
    However is comfortable for you! We find that Ringly is best used by wearing it on your index or middle finger, in between your first and second knuckes that are closest to the fingernail. Depending on your finger size, this may differ. Do use Ringly for precision cleaning, place your index finger and thumb in Ringly’s outer divots then squeeze. You will see the bristles in the center of the brush group together, allowing for a firmer brush for stubborn food debris.

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