Water Flosser Review: Waterpik Ultra Water Flossercategories: Health, Personal Care, Oral Hygiene, Oral Irrigator, Teeth, Braces, Dental Hygiene, Dentist, Healthy Teeth, Periodontal Disease, Water Flosser
Manufacturer: Water Pik
The Strong Pumping Waterpik Water FlosserI just started using a water floss again after years of just using dental floss. A friend recommended the Waterpik Water Flosser, and I am glad they did. This water-flosser has eight attachments, including three for tongue cleaning, and one for extra deep gum cleaning. There is even a special attachment for people with braces. There are ten pressure settings, and number four seems more than strong enough for me. I like that it has a tank that I can add anti bacterial washes to, as well, for extra sanitizing.
This unit does not have to be stored between uses, because it looks pretty smart where it is on top of the sink. My dentist was surprised when he asked me what I was doing to keep my teeth and gums so clean lately, and I told him I was using a water-floss. If this unit has a drawback, I would probably say that the hose is a little too short. Other than that, I have been using it for a long time, and it just keeps on pumping.
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