Friday, October 4, 2013

How Is The Hydro Floss Different From The Water Pik?

I thought I would share this conversation I recently had with you  and then I'll expound on this topic a little further.  

Question from site visitor: 

Visitor:  What is the difference between the Hydro Floss and my regular water pik which has a lot of attachments?

Me:  Are you happy with your Water Pik?  Is your dentist and hygienist happy with your gum health?  

Visitor:  I love my Waterpik but my periodontist says to continue to use the pik if I want, but he doesn't think they do any good... he just recommends flossing and brushing.

Me:  So, do you still have periodontal issues going on?  

Visitor:  Yes.

Me:  Then, that is the difference.  The Hydro Floss has helped a lot of people, including me, with our periodontal health.  

Visitor:  OK, I will consider it, thank you.

Me:  Can't guarantee it 100% for everyone because we are all different, but it has worked exceptionally well for  a lot of people.  

Well, that's only part of the story..    Have you read my book: How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps yet?  

Visitor:  Starting too.  I will read it.

Me:  Many periodontal treatments are very expensive.

Visitor:  I know it.

Me:  and potentially painful.   The Hydro Floss saved me from a SRP or Scaling and Root Planing Treatment.  -that saved me abut $1500 bucks right there.  

And, I have been able to keep my gums healthy since then.  How much more have I saved?  

Often times, those deep celanings, even laser surgeries, need to be done again in 1 to 3 years.  

I talked to a man last week who told me that his periodontal laser treatment was guaranteed to insure he would never have pockets again.  - that's what he said the dentist performing the procedure told him.   

9 months later, he had deeper pockets again. 



But, how is it  different?

The hydro floss has a magnet in it.  This magnet is mathematically correct according to principles discovered by Michael Faraday - a LONG time ago.

When minerals contained in water pass through the magnet, a charge is placed on them.   That charge causes the plaque and bacteria to become less adhesive and to come off easier.   Studies have shown that this leads to a greater reduction and plaque and tartar build up between regular dental cleanings.

This in turn, often equates to periodontal pockets shrinking .  Generally speaking, most dental practitioners will consider your gums healthy when these periodontal pocket depths are at 3mm or less.   That's the end goal and what you are shooting for.   There is a link on the right sidebar to 'effective hydro floss use'.   That's worth reading to get the most out of this review. 

Get the e-book  How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps at no cost.  

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how I avoided a scaling and root planing treatment

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