Monday, August 22, 2016

Why You Should Have A HydroFloss Oral Irrigator

Believe it or not, an oral irrigator is an important, in my opinion, for maintaining or improving dental health.  

It is something you can do at home for yourself on a daily basis.   Improvement can be measured by your dentist or hygienist in the form of periodontal pocket depth readings.   This makes things objective.

But Why Do I Need An Oral Irrigator?  

Here is something to think about.  I've heard a lot of people tell me that even after brushing and regular string flossing, they still find food particles coming out of their mouth upon using the HydroFloss.   

In other words, it is cleaning and reaching places that brushing and regular string flossing did not reach.  

It also helps to reduce plaque and tartar build up between your regular dental cleanings.  This has been clinically demonstrated.   Less plaque and tartar should translate to less cavities, gingivitis and gum disease and perhaps even less bad breath.  

Inside (or underneath) plaque and tartar is where the bacteria that cause all of these problems live. Reducing plaque and tartar buildup means less places for these bacteria to live in your mouth.  

Is The HydroFloss Better Than Other Irrigators?  

It sure seems to be.  This appears to be validated by two studies in the professional journal for Periodontists  (gum health and disease experts).  

The two studies, published in The Journal of Clinical Periodontology demonstrated most thoroughly that the HydroFloss special technology actually reduced the plaque and tartar buildup to a FAR greater extent than irrigators without this magnetic aspect.  

Again, less plaque and tartar buildup should lead to less dental health problems and less money spent on treating dental health problems via prevention, less pain, etc.  

What Do Actual HydroFloss Users  Say?  

If you are interested in having a HydroFloss for yourself, call 888-586-6849. 

-David for 

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