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waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale
waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale

Waterpik ADA Accepted WP-660 Aquarius Water Flosser on Sale

About the product:

  • First in category – Waterpik Water Flosser awarded the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance
  • The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser is the easy and more effective way to floss
  • Features 10 pressure settings, 7 Waterpik water flossing tips, and 90 seconds of water capacity
  • Enjoy healthier gums and brighter teeth in just a minute a day, essential for good oral hygiene and tooth care
  • Compatible with 120VAC/60Hz outlets, for use in North America only. Any warranty will be voided through the sale and use of the product outside North America. Shipment outside of North America is prohibited by Waterpik.
Price : $59.99

What is a Water Flosser?

A water flosser is an oral health appliance designed for dental care at home. Waterpik is a device which uses a pulsating of water to expel bacteria from the gum pockets.
Clinical studies show that using a Waterpik Water Flosser results in a penetration of 50% of the depth of the pocket, about two times as far as can be reached with dental floss.

Additionally, a study from the University of Southern California Center for Biofilms found that a three second application of water flossing removed 99.9% of plaque biofilm from the treated area.

waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale
Water flossing is a way to clean between and around your teeth.
A water flosser is a handheld device that sprays streams of water in steady pulses. The water, like traditional floss, removes food from between teeth.

Water flossers that have earned the ADA Seal of Acceptance have been tested to be safe and effective at removing a sticky film called plaque, which puts you at a higher risk for cavities and gum disease.
Water flossers with the ADA Seal can also help reduce gingivitis, the early form of gum disease, throughout your mouth and between your teeth. Get a list of all ADA-Accepted water flossers.

Water flossers can be an option for people who have trouble flossing by hand. People who have had dental work that makes flossing difficult—like braces, or permanent or fixed bridges—also might try water flossers.

Cleaning between your teeth once a day is an important part of your dental hygiene routine. You should also brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes and see your dentist regularly.

Although sizes and features vary, all Waterpik® Water Flossers include:
  1. Motor with pump
  2. Water reservoir
  3. Special water flosser tip
The motor and pump cause a stream of pressurized, pulsating water to flow from the reservoir through the tip and into the mouth.

waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale

waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale
waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale

waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale
waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale
waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale

The targeted stream of water removes plaque, food particles, and bacteria in a way that’s more effective, more comfortable, and easier than traditional string floss. The pulsating action also stimulates gum tissue for added health benefits.

Waterpik Water Flosser also sends along different tips for different uses.

You'll get 3 Classic tips, 1 toothbrush tip, 1 plaque seeker tip, and 1 pik pocket tip.

  • Classic tip: This is the one that you'll use to replace flossing/is meant for general use. Unless you have crowns and other more serious dental work, in which case you'll want to opt for the Plaque seeker tip.
  • Toothbrush tip: This is in case you want to Waterpik at the same time as you brush your teeth. While a good idea, I agreed with most reviews that found it to be less efficient than using their own toothbrushes.
  • Plaque seeker tip: If you've got anything more serious than fillings in your mouth, you'll likely want to use this tip as your daily option.
  • Pik pocket tip: Meant for people with periodontal pockets or furcations and is meant to be used at the lowest pressure.

How To Use Waterpik ADA Accepted WP-660 Aquarius Water Flosser

waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on saleThe most effective way to clean your teeth on a daily basis is to combine tooth brushing, flossing and a water flossing device.

Philadelphia dentist Dr. Pamela Doray recommends that you floss first to scrape off sticky plaque and loosen debris, then Waterpik to flush it away. Follow up with a toothbrush using fluoride toothpaste.

Waterpik or the Waterpik water flosser are great for just about everyone, but specifically, they are important tools for people with diabetes, who tend to be at higher risk for gum disease. In studies of diabetic patients, those who used the Water Flosser for three months, had a 44% better reduction in bleeding and 41% reduction in gingivitis compared to those who did not use the Water Flosser.

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Total price: $75.67

waterpick waterflosser accepted by ADA on sale

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