Monday, September 2, 2019

Hydromagnetic Oral Irrigation With The HydroFloss

What Does HydroMagnetic Mean?  

Hydromagnetic is the joining of two words:  Hydro and magnetic.   Each are pretty much self explanatory.    Hydro = water and magnetic is, well magnetic. 

The magnetic part of the hydrofloss works to keep the plaque and tartar buildup down by causing the plaque and bacteria to be less adhesive.  

How does this fair against a regular oral irrigator like a waterpic, for example?  

Peer reviewed published studies  have shown that the hydromagnetic quality of the HydroFloss actually causes a statistically significant reduction in plaque and tartar buildup over irrigators that don't have hydromagnetics.   

There were actually two peer reviewed studies researched and published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology.   May of 1993 and April of 1998.  These studies were done on the HydroFloss Oral Irrigator.  

So How Does Hydromagnetic Help Your Gums Or Periodontal Health?  

The daily disruption of plaque is the business we are all about to keep our gums and teeth healthy.

Generally speaking, the concern is about the anaerobic bacteria that use the plaque layer to protect themselves against oxygen.  When they successfully do that, they start to secrete acidic byproducts that are destructive to teeth and gums.

When we disrupt this plaque layer daily, we are helping to protect our teeth and gums and oral health. 

We do this through brushing and flossing primarily.   But the studies have shown that the hydrofloss is able to reduce plaque and tartar buildup between regular office cleanings.

This in turn may cause your body to be able to do a better job of healing your gum tissue.  I have a personal experience with this.   Results can actually be measured via the periodontal pocket depths.

This is a measurement your dentist or hygienist will take for you.   Generally speaking, most dentist would say your gums are healthy when those pockets are 3mm or less.

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