This is an interesting idea. It’s like a pressure washer for your gob.
Instead of just brushing – which was once thought to be the pinnacle of dental care – you can now give the fangs a bit of scrub, then whack on the water pressure and go ’round the edges with a you-beaut little squirter that’s been built in. Just point the flosser tip between your teeth and along the gumline and let it do all the work for you.
According to the manufacturer, the system takes only a minute a day and makes it easy to improve oral health and enjoy the cleanest, freshest mouth possible.
We were keen to find out more, so we keyed ‘oral’ into Google. Good lord! Do people really do those things? We’re still blushing.
Apparently the Waterpik removes the plaque and debris between teeth and below the gumline and the results are clinically proven. It removes up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas and is up to twice as effective as regular brushing and flossing.
Well. We’re sold. Next time we’re thinking about anything to do with oral we’re going to insist on a bit of a squirt and be ready for a general clean up before we get started.
Grab a Waterpik professional sonic fusion toothbrush water flosser from those top hairy blokes and girls at the nearest Shaver Shop. They’re on special for $248 as we write this.