Recently, I started using the the Waterpik Waterflosser from Costco. I really don’t like flossing and the Waterpik Waterflosser seemed like a reasonable compromise. Here is my WaterPik Waterflosser Review. (By the way, this is not a sponsored post. I’m just writing about it because I actually like it.)
Recently, I visited my dentist for a regular cleaning. At the end of every visit, I’m told that I need to floss. I’m sure I do, but flossing is awkward and even painful at times. After my cleaning, I was expecting to hear the same message, but this time it didn’t happen. Eventually I told the hygenist I’ve been using the Waterpik Waterflosser, and she said she uses it too.
The Benefits of the WaterPik Waterflosser
I like the WaterPik Waterflosser for a couple of reasons. The first reason is the Water Flosser isn’t painful. Perhaps a tiny bit of discomfort if you have sensitive gums, but the power setting can be adjusted. Secondly, the Water Flosser is far less awkward than regular floss. The Waterpik is kind of like brushing. Use the wand to direct high pressure water between your gums and teeth. Quick Tip: If you have sensitive teeth, use warm water in the reservoir. The Waterpik is not a replacement for flossing, but for me, it seemed to help.
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