A facial mask, also referred to as an oral irrigator, is used to be worn by healthcare professionals in different clinical environments. It is created to prevent diseases in patients and healthcare workers by capturing bacterial shed from the mouth and nose and preventing the spreading of disease from contaminated liquids. The most common uses of a facial mask are for irrigating the eyes, mouth, or nose of patients in hospitals and healthcare facilities.
There are two types of disposable face masks available in the market; disposable face masks which are disposable in design. They can be reused after being used several times and disposable nasal masks which are meant to be used daily. The disposable face masks are usually made of plastic and other materials. The disposable nasal masks are easy to apply and disposable as they can be washed and reused.
The oral irrigator has a special pump that helps to release water in the form of foam into the nose and mouth. When this process is done, the patient’s throat becomes humid. This helps the healing process of the patient.
The nasal area is sealed off from the patient’s head and the flow of air is diverted into the back of the throat and through the nose, thus keeping the patient’s nose moist. This process of air flow and drainage is done to prevent the spread of disease by carrying bacteria from one individual to another. Oral irrigators can also be used in conjunction with other forms of irrigation techniques. They are usually used as part of the hospital’s standard patient care regimen.
The face mask has been used for a long time, although it was first used as a therapeutic tool in ancient Greece. In ancient times, the Egyptians were the first to create face masks that were used in the field of medicine. The ancient Greeks also used face masks in the field of medical and hygiene and even applied it to the heads of their dead bodies.
Face masks are generally used as part of clinical treatment. They can be used to irrigate the eyes, mouth, nose, or both of these areas simultaneously. They can also be used to treat respiratory tract infections, sinus problems, allergies, and other illnesses. They are also used to irrigate patients with drugs and medications, reduce the risk of infection, reduce the number of drug drops taken, and the time required to complete different treatments.