Showing posts with label hydrofloss question. Show all posts
Showing posts with label hydrofloss question. Show all posts

Friday, July 6, 2018

Does The HydroFloss Come With They Cannula Tips Attachment?

Question:  Does The HydroFloss Come With The Cannula Tips Attachment?

Answer:  Normally, the HydroFloss does not come with the Cannula Tip Attachment.  

However, I'm going to show you how you can get the cannula tip attachment (package of 4) at no cost to you. 

If you go to the following page and read the instructions carefully, you will notice that you can get a free set of Cannula tips for your HydroFloss by placing the direction:   "Free cannula tips please" in the order notes section at checkout.  

Please read the instructions carefully, because if you don't do it correctly,  you won't be able to get the free tips and you won't be able to ask for them after the HydroFloss ships. 

If you are not sure, you can use the contact page, add your order number and ask for the free cannula tips.  This is extra insurance that you will get your tips.   However, this is only valid if you send the message right after you order and before it ships.

If you want to be really certain,  use the phone number at the top of the above page link and order by phone.

The HydroFloss is one of the most powerful tools you can use at home to promote dental health.  Yes, it IS different than other irrigators.  If you already have one, there is a good chance that you have realized this.   If you don't have one, it's time to discover this "secret"  that many dental professions either don't know about or fail to tell you about. 


Thursday, August 29, 2013

Why Your Family Needs A HydroFloss

They Need A Hydro Floss

It's just about back to school time.  In fact, in some areas, students have already returned to school.

You've bought the clothes, the shoes and the school supplies.  

But have you remembered to protect their dental health to avoid pain and expense?

That's where the Hydro Floss comes in.

Protect Dental Health

You probably know that brushing for a minimum of two minutes is recommended by most dental professionals.

Do you really do that?   I bet you don't.  Try timing yourself.

And if you don't do it right, do you think your kids do?

That's right!  Very few people are even brushing the minimal amount!

Some dentists say that brushing is actually secondary to flossing!

If you and your children are not brushing enough, how is the flossing going?


That's why you need a Hydro Floss.

Get The Crud (plaque) Off Your Teeth

Is there anything else you can do when you know that you are not brushing and flossing properly - or the rest of your family for that matter?  

Of course, you must keep on brushing and flossing.  But why not tilt the odds in your favor?

When you can reduce the amount of plaque and tartar buildup between regular dental cleanings, then you can help to protect yourself from painful and expensive dental bills. 

See how it call comes together?   

What Makes The Hydro Floss Special?

That's something I've written about in length in this post.   Take some time to read it, OR if you trust me that I'm telling you what is best for you and your family, skip the extra reading and get a hydro floss now. 

I'm available if you have questions:  dial 1-888-586-6849

why your family needs to have a hydrofloss


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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Question: Is The Hydro Floss The Same As The WaterPik?

Question:  Is The Hydro Floss The Same As The WaterPik?


is the hydrofloss the same as a waterpik?Answer:   While at first glance it is tempting to see them both as the same.  They are very different.  The Hydro Floss generally costs a little more.  But that extra cost is more than made up for by what it does.

The difference between the two lies in the magnet, which you can read more about. 

Thanks to Stephanie for asking that question via email.

If you have a question, ask it here.

Read More About The Hydro Floss

are the hydro floss and the waterpik the same thing? Sincerely,

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Additional resources: 

HydroFloss Customer Reviews

Effective HydroFloss Use

Hydro Floss Instructions / Directions

Hygienist Suggested

10 Reasons To Own


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Monday, August 26, 2013

HydroFloss Question : Which Directions Are Correct?

Question:  I found a small direction sheet that came with my Hydro Floss,  it seems to indicate that I should use the regular tips first and then switch tips and reduce the pressure to 4.  I'm confused??

hydro floss questio non directions.
Answer:  The directions you found where not for your Hydro Floss but for the Sulcus Jet Tips.  The purpose of the sulcus tips is different from the regular tips.   The way you use them requires a lower setting.

Therefore, the directions you read are correct when you intend to use the sulcus jet tips.   However, for those who do not have or intend to use the sulcus jet tips, using the regular jet tips is fine.  And as you read, even if you have the sulcus tips, you should use the regular tips first.  

I hope this cleared up your question.

If you are confused about any aspect of using or operating your Hydro Floss, the best way to get your questions answered is to call 1-888-586-6849.  Many times a discussion with a knowledgeable person can clear up more misconceptions and provide more insight than simply using email or submitting a question to the site. 

Learn More About The Hydro Floss

Learn More About the Sulcus Tips


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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Traveling With Your Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

 Travel Tips For Your HydroFloss

I've had many customer tell me that they don't like to be without their Hydro Floss even for a few days.   I completely understand because I have that same feeling myself.  

hydro floss travel tipsProtecting my dental health is important to me and the Hydro Floss is perhaps one of the most, if not the most, useful tools you can have in this regard.  You can search this blog for more posts and you'll find ample information about it.

Two Tips For Travel With Your Hydro Floss

1. The first tip is to keep the originally packaging that your Hydro Floss came in.  The molded styrofoam cushion is great for helping to protect your Hydro Floss while traveling.

2. The second tip is about what kind of voltage converter to use.  Most of the rest of the world is on a 220 voltage system.  While, we in America, are on a 110 volt system.  Therefore, you need a step-down converter while in Europe or anywhere else that is on the 220 system.  

Please note: The converter is different from an adaptor.   The simran converter I use works great in Germany, for other European countries you may need an adaptor which can be found at local hardware stores within the country you are visiting.

This is the converter I have been using - and it works great!

simran smf-200 step down power converter


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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Is It OK To Put Essential Oils In My Hydro Floss?

ANSWER:  Never put anything oily or sticky in your Hydro Floss.

Good News:  If you use your Hydro Floss properly, you should't need to put anything extra in it. 

There is nothing wrong with using your essential oils separately either,  so you don't have to throw them away.     Just don't put them in you Hydro Floss. 

Here are some items you CAN put in your HydroFloss safely:

PerioTherapy can be used in both your HydroFloss as well as a stand alone mouthwash.  You only need a tiny bit in your HydroFloss though.  Perhaps two thimbles worth.  (A small amount)

However, to be perfectly honest with you.  If you use the HydroFloss properly, you will probably find that you don't need to add other things.

I also know that some people like to do so anyway.   Just don't use anything sticky, oily or gritty.   If it is just a liquid and isn't sticky, oily or gritty, you should be fine.


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Sunday, June 30, 2013

HydroFloss Question - A Quick Way To Get Answers To Your Questions

Yesterday, I wrote about the new Skype community for HydroFloss users. 

This might be the fastest and easiest way to get your questions answered.

You can join here. 

get hydro floss questions answered


If you are technology shy - The telephone still works!   1-888-586-6849  (Ask for Dave) 

Another possibility is our contact form.  

However, I would suggest the telephone first.   Email today tends to get lost.  The contact form sends us an email.    But you can still try it. 

In any case, you now have three alternatives that can help you get your Hydro Floss questions answered.


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Customer Reviews of the Hydro Floss

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Hydro Floss question resolution : My Hydro Floss Doesn't Turn On - Video

I'm glad that I was able to help Phyllis out.   She told me her Hydro Floss is four years old.   Keep in mind to check everything out first before assuming you need to buy a new one. 

On the other hand, people love the Hydro Floss because many people have found it to be an excellent tool to help maintain or achieve better dental health.   The cost of the Hydro Floss at $98 is not bad at all.   Just think about how much it costs to fill one cavity, get one root canal, have one tooth pulled. 

When you think about it, the cost of the Hydro Floss is really small.   If you can avoid even one of those problems even one time, isn't it more than worth it?   It is.   

Now think about using the HF for a lifetime.  How much more might you save.   Even if you have to buy a new one in x amount of years, it is still more than worth it, isn't it?   It is!  

Now consider that one single Hydro Floss comes with 4 color coded tips - that's enough for a family of four people!    If you have more people in your family you can buy an inexpensive package of additional tips.  

So you see.  You can really, really get your money out of a Hydro Floss.   Every family should consider having one of these.  

If you need to understand what it can do for you further, read more about it, or pick up the cost free guide: How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps.  


Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

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PPS: my favorite dental health machine for home use.