Friday, August 29, 2014

Do Water Flossers Work?

Yes, they do.  And in some cases they work exceptionally well.  

If you want to give yourself the best chance for success, you should choose a Hydro Floss for your flosser.    It's really the best, but more about that later. 

In regard to the question at hand, many people have been help to improve their dental health via an irrigation device. 

There are many dentists and hygienists who recommend them.  They can see the results.   There are some dental professionals that don't believe in them.  

However, that probably means that haven't tested water flossers for themselves or given their patients a change to test them either.  

This is how you know if it is working for you or not

Again, I want to stress that the best irrigator is the Hydro Floss,

The way to know, in REAL objective terms, if a flosser is working for you is to measure your before and after periodontal pocket depths.

If you are visiting a professional regularly, there is a very good chance they have your before numbers.   You can just call them and ask.

Then use your water flosser for thirty days and get those depths checked again.  If there is an improvement then you are in the right direction.

The best chances to see improvement, in my opinion come from using the hydro floss.  

Why Is The Hydro Floss The Best? 

The Hydro Floss uses something that other irrigators do not use.  It uses a special magnet technology.  This difference has been shown by researchers to produce a greater reduction in plaque and tartar buildup between office visits when compared with an irrigator not using the magnet. 

Plaque and tarter are the enemy to your dentla health.  Underneath them, the bad bacteria grow and they can damage both gum tissue (gum disease) and initiate cavities. 

The research was peer reviewed in both studies and the results were published in a professional Journal:  The Journal of Clinical Periodontology.  

But, Does it REALLY Work? 

 Nothing can be guaranteed to work for 100% of the people 100% of the time.  Every human body is different. 

However, the Hydro Floss worked for me.   I had pocket depths, many ranging between 4 and 6mm.

Generally speaking, 3mm is considered healthy.   But when you are hire then that, generally speaking, most dental professionals will call that gum disease. 

So your end goal is to get ALL of your pockets down to 3mm or less. 

What happened in my case?  Well the dentist said I needed to get a deep cleaning treatment.  (Scaling and Root Planing)  They are expensive and may have to be done again in every 1 to 3 years (sometimes sooner).

I was determined to find another way.  I tried many things and the dentist was not satisified.

Finally I tried the Hydro Floss and that did the trick.    She said my gums were better and I did not need that deep cleaning treatment any longer.

In my case, the Hydro Floss proved its value.

I have talked to many customers over the years and it appears that many (even most) of them have obtained great results too!

So, read more and enjoy your new Hydro Floss!  


David Snape

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