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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Periodontal Pocket Depths of 5 - 6 mm? Try The Pocket Pal Jet Tips

periodontal pockets of five or six millimeters
Periodontal pockets are a problem that many people face.   It is in a person's best interest to shrink them to 3mm or less when possible.  

The pocket pal jet tips that we carry are designed specifically for 5-6 mm pocket depths.  

Of course, every human body is different.  There is no one thing that will work 100% of the time for 100% of the people, but if you use your Hydro Floss properly,  I think you have a pretty good chance.

Always be under the care of your dentist or periodontist.  You should definitely get your regular checkups and cleanings.  They can also measure and inform you of your periodontal pocket depths. 

You may have to ask.  They might also be surprised that you know what they are.   But, these numbers are critical to your dental well-being.  So, you should know what they are.

What you do at home is the most important aspect to protecting your dental health and avoiding costly and painful problems in the future.  

Keeping your teeth for a lifetime of good service is a worthy goal to have.  With a little bit of knowledge and effort, it might even be possible!  

Check out the Pocket Pal Jet Tips For The Hydro Floss

the best oral irrigator is the Hydro flossSincerely,

  (no longer on vacation)

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periodontal pocket depths of 5 and 6 millimeters.



Thursday, January 3, 2013

Hydro Floss Sulcus Jet Tips

Hydro Floss Sulcus Jet Tips

I do receive calls about the HydroFloss sulcus jet tips.  But I try to steer people towards the pocket pal jet tips.  

The reason why is because they both are designed to do the same job.   One big difference though is that the Pocket Pals have a nice soft rubber tip on the end.

The suclus tips have a harder plastic and it can be just a little bit irritating if you poke your gums with that tip.  So, I think the Pocket Pals are a better choice.

We stock the sulcus tips anyway because there are many people who have grown use to them and want them.   But it is good if you understand the differences.  Therefore, I wanted to let you know.

If you would like to read more about the Hydro Floss itself,  here is the link.

If you have any questions, I can be reached at 1-888-586-6849.


David Snape

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