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Water flossers are handheld devices that spray water between your teeth in steady pulses. Like traditional flossing, water flossers remove plaque and food particles between your teeth.
Water flossers that have the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance help prevent cavities, gingivitis, periodontal disease, and other oral health conditions. The ADA currently accepts Waterpik and Philips Water Flossers.
Benefits of ADA accepted water flossers over regular string floss:
Countertop water flossers are larger than cordless water flossers, hold more water, and allow for longer flossing. If you have enough counter space in your bathroom and are planning to use a water flosser daily, a countertop model is the best option.
The best overall water flosser is the Waterpik WP-660 Aquarius Water Flosser. The Aquarius oral irrigator is best for at-home use. If used daily, it can remove up to 99.9% of dental plaque. The Waterpik Aquarius is also 50% more effective than traditional dental floss.
Cordless water flossers are more compact and convenient than countertop flossers. While they take up less space in your bathroom, they run out of water faster. However, they are the water flosser of choice for many people and are still very useful for plaque removal.
The Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser is an excellent option if you are looking for something portable and compact. It provides the same benefits as a Waterpik countertop water flosser, but with added convenience. Although cordless models are convenient, there are fewer jet tips available, and flossing time is shorter.
The Waterpik Portable Water Flosser is not cordless. However, it is 50% smaller than other countertop water flossers. This means it is small enough to fit in your suitcase or bag. You will get the benefits of an advanced water flosser at-home and while traveling.
Philips Sonicare Airfloss, Airfloss Ultra, and Airfloss Pro are the only ADA approved water flossers besides Waterpik products. They are cordless water flossers that clean between your teeth within 60 seconds. With your purchase, you’ll also receive a mouthwash that can be used in the water tank for additional cleaning.
The Waterpik Whitening Water Flosser removes dental plaque between your teeth, while also removing up to 25% more stains than brushing alone. This water flosser works the same as other Waterpik products. It also incorporates the use of one fresh mint whitening tablet per day for added teeth whitening benefits.
The Waterpik Sonic Toothbrush allows you to brush and floss at the same time. It uses a rechargeable sonic electric toothbrush and a Waterpik Water Flosser to achieve a deep clean between your teeth.
If you are looking for an affordable water flosser, the H2ofloss Dental Water Flosser could be a great option. H2ofloss flossers are also ideal for those who have sensitive teeth or gums. This is because it provides lower water pressure than leading brands, which some people prefer.
Keep in mind: H2ofloss water flossers does not have the ADA Seal of Acceptance.
Taking care of your oral hygiene from an early age is essential for long-term cavity and gum disease prevention. The Waterpik Water Flosser for Kids is perfect for beginners and is capable of removing 99.9% of plaque between your child’s teeth. It is also smaller than other regular sized water flossers on the market.
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Explore Waterpik® Water Flosser Products. www.waterpik.com/oral-health/.
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“Water Flossing.” Mouth Healthy TM, www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-topics/w/water-flossers.