a six-inch square piece of latex, sometimes flavored, used during oral-vaginal sex or oral-anal sex to prevent the transmission of STDs from the anus or vagina to the mouth or the mouth to the vagina or anus
A six-inch square piece of thin latex placed over the woman's vulva (outside of the vagina) to prevent getting (or giving) an STD during oral sex. A polyurethane or latex condom cut in half will work the same way.
A sheet of latex used to protect against sexually transmitted diseases during cunnilingus. They are so called because of their use in dental practice to keep fluids from the mouth from contaminating the tooth being repaired.
a flat latex square, traditionally used for dental surgery, that can be used to protect against the transmission of HIV and other sexually-transmitted diseases. A dental dams (or a substitute such as plastic wrap) is placed between the mouth of one partner and the genitals or anus of another, thus preventing the exchange of fluids during oral sexual contact.
One type of moisture barrier. People can use one during oral sex to stop STDs, including HIV. It is a square piece of latex that can be put over someone's anus or vagina. (This way germs cannot get into someone's mouth from blood or sexual fluids found in the anus or vagina or else into the vagina or anus from blood found in the mouth.) Dentists use it when they work on someone's mouth so that blood won't splash everywhere.
A sheet of latex that can be used to cover the vagina or anus during oral sex in order to prevent body fluids from passing from one person to another. It is called a dental dam because it was designed to be used for dental procedures. A substitute can be made by cutting off the tip and slitting the side of a latex condom.
A latex shield that can be used to cover the vulva or anus during oral sex to avoid skin-to-skin contact and exchange of body fluids. Plastic wrap may be used in place of latex dams, but have not been tested for the prevention of disease transmission.
This is a square piece of thin latex (like a condom) that is used to prevent the spread of STIs when performing oral sex on an anal or vaginal opening. It is stretched across the anal opening or a woman's vagina to prevent the exchange of body fluids like blood, semen or vaginal fluids.
A dental dam is piece of latex rubber that's designed to be used as a barrier to sexually transmitted diseases. It's placed over the vaginal area or anus during cunnilingus and analingus. A latex glove or condom cut into a square sheet can be used as an alternative.
This is a square of latex that can be used as a barrier method of protection for oral sex, usually for "going down" on a female since male condoms can be used for "going down" on a male. Dental dams are available in most family planning clinics and in some drug stores or can be cut from plastic wrap or a condom.
Dental dams or rubber dams are essentially square sheets of latex used in dentistry, specifically endodontic treatment (root canals). They are also used during sexual activities as a safer sex technique.