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Posted by: manpreet.boora 3rd October 2017
There are many myths around water flossing – that it is hard to master, that it is messy.
Waterpik International, Inc. has been at the forefront of water flossing for many years now and its range of products will help change minds.
Waterpik® Water Flossers are easy to use – your patients need only fill the reservoir with lukewarm water, adjust the pressure control, place the tip in the mouth while leaning over a sink and turn the unit on with the lips closed to prevent splashing. Starting with the back teeth and pausing briefly at each interdental space, the tip should be aimed just above the gumline at a 90 degree angle. Patients can be directed to the Waterpik® website or YouTube for further instructions and demonstrations.
Backed up by conclusive evidence, the Water Flosser is clinically proven to:
- Remove 99.9% of plaque biofilm from treated areas in just 3 seconds[i],[ii]
- Reduce gingivitis[iii], probing pocket depth[iv] and bleeding[v]
- Be ideal for patients with braces, implants, crowns and periodontal pockets
For more information about how your patients can benefit, sign up to a free Lunch & Learn presentation for first-hand information through Waterpik’s network of educators today.
To arrange a Lunch & Learn, call 0333 12 35677 or email email@example.com. Waterpik® products are available from Amazon, Costco UK and Superdrug stores across the UK and Ireland.
[i] Gorur A, Lyle, DM, Schaudinn C, Costerton JW (2009) Biofilm removal with a dental water jet. Compend Contin Ed Dent. 30(Special Iss 1):1–6.
[ii] Cobb CM, Rodgers RL, Killoy WJ (1988) Ultrastructural examination of human periodontal pockets following the use of an oral irrigation device in vivo. J Periodontol. 59(3):155-163.
[iii] Barnes, CM, Russell CM, Reinhardt RA et al (2005) Comparison of irrigation to floss as an adjunct to tooth brushing: effect on bleeding, gingivitis and supragingival plaque. J Clin Dent. 16(3): 71 -77.
[iv] Jolkovsky DL et al (1990) Clinical and microbiological effects of subgingival and gingival marginal irrigation with chlorhexidine gluconate. J Periodontol. 61: 663-669.
[v] Barnes, CM, Russell CM, Reinhardt RA et al (2005) Comparison of irrigation to floss as an adjunct to tooth brushing: effect on bleeding, gingivitis and supragingival plaque. J Clin Dent. 16(3): 71 -77.
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