Benefits of a Waterpik® Water Flosser
If you’re wanting to know whether the benefits of using Waterpik® Water Flosser are worth it in place of a hand or string floss out, there’s many things to take into consideration. Many of these things depend on your personality, motivation, and physical body type.
If you do consistently use the Waterpik® Water Flosser, most people notice that they become more likely to floss because they enjoy it more and notice the following results:
- Shorter dental cleanings – Water flossers have a much better way to get inbetween the teeth and apply the pressured water in order to clean more thoroughly without missing as much of the areas close to the gums. It’s also easier to learn to use a water flosser properly than it is to use old school floss that requires slow techniques to get each side of the tooth within every crevice and then filter what gets left behind with rinsing to the point it’s easier to just use a water flosser.
- Better dental checkups – Better, faster dental checkups from better plaque and tartar prevention is a common occurrence with flossing with a waterpik.
- Healthier gums – Clean gums are healthy gums. The amount of pressure applied with a Waterpik® Water Flosser is sufficient to get rid of all your daily buildup on your gums and teeth.
- Brighter, whiter smile – Clean teeth tend to be whiter, especially in conjuction with whitening toothpaste. Staying clean allows the toothpaste to better do its job in whitening your smile.
- Fresher breath – Bacteria is the root of bad breath. That’s why removing bacteria from every space around and on your gums and teeth is so important in maintaining fresh breath.
- Simpler to floss with braces – Flossing with braces is a hassle that many have found daunting over decades. Using a waterpik makes the entire process of keeping your braces clean from food much easier.
- Happier spouses – Whiter, cleaner teeth makes everyone’s significant other much happier. Do it for you and do it for them too.
Get your own Waterpik® Water Flosser at your next visit to our dental office in Keller, TX.