Because brushing your teeth is not enough
On average, brushing your teeth alone only removes 42 percent of plaque from your mouth. This can lead to gum disease and bad breath. To remove plaque and food debris, dental professionals tell us to floss daily, but many of us don’t. That’s why Waterpik created the Water Flosser –the easy and effective way to clean between teeth!
Clinically proven results
The Waterpik Water Flosser cleans deep between teeth and below the gum line, reaching places that other devices might miss, reducing plaque by up to 99.9%.* This means that you can enjoy healthier gums, brighter teeth and fresher breath! The Waterpik Water Flosser also addresses specific dental needs including cleaning braces, orthodontics, implants and dental work such as crowns, bridges and veneers, as well as treating periodontal pockets.
*Removes up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas. Gorur A, Lyle DM, Schaudinn C, Costerton JW. Biofilm removal with dental water jet. Compenidum Continuing Dental Education 2009; 30 (Special Issue 1):1-6. University of California, Center for Biofilm.
**Reduces risk of gingivitus and is up to 50% more effective than string floss. Barnes CM, Russell CM, Reinhardt RA, et al. Comparison of irrigation to floss as an adjunct to tooth brushing: effect on bleeding, gingivitis, and supragingival plaque. Journal of clinical Dentistry 2005: 16(3); 71-77. Study conducted at the University of Nebraska MedicalCenter College of Dentistry.
‡Cleans plaque around braces and up to five times more effective than brushing alone. Sharma MC, Lyle DM, Qaqish JG, Galustains J, Schuller R. Effect of a dental water jet with orthodontics tip on plaque and bleeding in adolescent patients with fixed orthodontic appliances. Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 2008; 133(4):565-571.
‡‡Improves implant gum health up to two times more than brushing and traditional flossing. Braun RE, Ciancio SG. Subgingival delivery bt an oral irrigation device. Journal of Periodontology 1992; 63(5):469-472. State University delivery of New York at Buffalo, school of Dental Medicine.
†Up to 93% less gum bleeding in just four weeks. Boyd RL, Hollander BN, Eakle WS. Comparison of a subgingivally placed cannula oral irrigator tip with a supragingivally placed standard irrigator tip. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 1992; 19:340-344. University of California San Francisco, School of Dentistry, https://www.waterpik.co.uk/professional/clinical-research/dental-floss-vs-water-flosser-reducing-gingivitis-plaque-barnes-2005/