WE CAN ALL ADMIT that flossing isn’t always fun. That doesn’t mean we can skip this all-important task. Luckily, there’s a way to make flossing easier, faster, and more fun: the Waterpik® Water Flosser.
Flossing Is Essential for a Healthy Mouth
Did you know that if you don’t floss you miss cleaning 35 percent of the tooth surface in your mouth? If you forgo flossing, all that leftover bacteria eats away at your teeth, causing cavities and decay.
If traditional flossing isn’t easy for you, the Waterpik Water Flosser is your perfect solution. You simply floss with a jet stream of water instead of string!
Who Benefits from the Waterpik Water Flosser?
The answer is simple: everyone! Whether you have gum disease, dexterity issues that make it hard to floss, you wear orthodontic appliances or have implants, bridges or crowns, or you’re just looking to shake things up, the Waterpik Water Flosser is for you.
It’s easy: Using the Waterpik, flossing is easier than string flossing. Just point the flosser tip between your teeth and along the gumline and let it do all the work for you.
It’s fast: It only takes about a minute a day!
It’s effective: The Waterpik removes plaque and debris that lurks deep between the teeth and below the gumlime where it’s hard for traditional brushing and flossing to reach.
Why We Recommend Waterpik to Our Patients
Our office recommends Waterpik water flossers for anyone in braces! They are a great tool for people that have difficulty flossing. We sell them in our office for your convenience.
Use the Waterpik Water Flosser and Improve Your Oral Health Daily
dental care is up to you! That’s why we want it to be as easy as possible. With the Waterpik you get just that, a simple, effective way to improve your oral health. So, what are you waiting for? Come talk to us about getting your own Waterpik today!
We thank you for the trust you place in our practice!
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