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

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

How Can I Save My Teeth? Can It Be Done With A HydroFloss?

Many people fear losing their teeth and that is understandable.

 It could mean costly and problematic implants or dentures. You may fear losing the way you once appeared.

 In any case, no matter how technologically advanced it may be, there is no perfect substitute for your own natural and healthy teeth.

 That being said, you may or may not be aware that the number one reason people lose their teeth is due to gum disease.

 Gum disease trumps everything else and IS the most likely reason a person has lost a tooth. Of course, there are traumatic incidents like getting a tooth knocked out.

 Even though those things do happen, they are far less frequent than losing a tooth or teeth to gum disease. So be on your guard against gum disease.

 Gum disease is both hard to understand and quite bewildering.

 Here is what you might want to know. 

The objective measurement that many dental professionals use for gum disease is the depth of your periodontal pocket depths.

 Generally speaking, anything above 3mm would be considered 'unhealthy' by most dental professionals. Conversely, 3mm or less is generally considered healthy.

 How can you shrink your periodontal pockets back to 3mm or below?

 I've done it and I've talked to other people who have had similar results using the HydroFloss Oral Irrigator.

 You can see a HydroFloss Oral Irrigator Here.

How do you know if it is working for you?   Nothing works 100% of the time for 100% of the people, so how do you know if it is working for you personally?

Easy,  use it correctly and daily (every single day) for about 30 days and go back to your dentist. Compare your old periodontal pocket readings to your new ones.

That will tell you if the HydroFloss has worked for you.   Your dentist can further evaluate  your progress or lack thereof.   Between your new numbers and your dentist's expertise, you will be able to ascertain how well the hydrofloss did or did not work for you.

When facing gum disease or any other health problem, be under the guidance and direction of your dentist or physician.

Best of luck to you.   The HydroFloss is one of the best kept oral health secrets out there.   Harness the power of this device for your own benefit.

Next: Check out the HydroFloss

David for ToothyGrinsStore


Check out:  How To Stop Gum Disease in 4 Easy Steps

Thursday, May 19, 2016

HydroFloss Plus Free E-book

When you purchase your HydroFloss from, you are entitled to not one, but two free e-books.

Those e-Books are :

1. What You Should Know About Gum Disease

2. How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps.

These e-books are very helpful and contain information that you may not have heard anywhere else.  

This offer is only for those who purchase their HydroFloss from .  If you purchased your HydroFloss anywhere else, this offer is not available to you.

Your books will be available via your emailed receipt after checkout.  

If you checked out without leaving an email address, then you can contact the store for help.  You will, of course, be asked for your order number.

You can also call 1-888-586-6849 for assistance.

David for


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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Is There A Treatment For Shrinking Gum Pockets?

Essentially, laser gum surgeries, deep cleanings, a.k.a Scaling and Root Planing Treatments (SRP) and other treatments are aimed at reducing and shrinking periodontal (gum) pockets.

However, what is often not disclosed is that the recipients of these treatments will likely have to go through those treatments again 1 to 3 years or so later.  So, these treatments are not necessary going to have a lasting impact.

And of course, that is the essence of the difference between the two words "treatment" and "cure".   Most health care practitioners will not use the word cure at all.  Frankly, it is a bit dangerous to do so. A cure implies a permanent solution that works 100% of the time.  That's hard to pull off in any branch of medicine.

But these treatments are often very expensive, aside from not being 'permanent'.  So, are there any alternatives that could be helpful?

It's a fair question.  After all, who wants to spend thousands of dollars every couple of years to keep gum disease under control?   Yet, many will do so when there is a lack of awareness of other possibilities.  

Whenever dealing with gum disease or any other kind of oral health issue you should always be under the care of a qualified dentist or periodontist.   This is important.  Gum disease is the number 1 cause of tooth loss.  Therefore, it is important to 'get it under control' (and keep it there) as quickly as possible.

Gum disease is a bit mysterious to those who have no exposure or knowledge of what it is about.  But, don't let it be mysterious.  Essentially, it means that you have enough 'bad' bacteria accumulated , that secrete enough acids to destroy periodontal (gum tissue) which includes the periodontal bones that actually hold up the gums.  That is one reason you may see recession with gum disease.  

Is There an Alternative For Shrinking Those Pockets?    

I once faced the problem of gum disease.  I was offered the 'deep cleaning' treatment that usually runs around $1500 for the whole mouth.  I felt there had to be a better way and I looked high and low.

I tried a number of things including various mouthwashes, electric toothbrushes, essential oils and oil pulling.   I would go back to check with the dentist and sure enough none of these methods did not have much of an impact.  The dentist insisted that I needed that treatment right away.

Then one day, I happened upon the HydroFloss Oral Irrigator.   I decided to buy one and try it.   Sure enough, after several months of use I went back to the dentist who was quite shocked.  She told me that, "Whatever you are doing, keep it up.  You no longer need that treatment."    I was, of course, delighted.  My hard work and decision to find an answer and to stick with it, paid off.

Those periodontal pockets shrunk down to normal levels (3mm or less) and when that happens, the bacteria cannot accumulate to large enough quantities to secrete enough acidic waste products to destroy tissue.

Generally speaking, your dentist will tell you that your gums are healthy when those periodontal pockets are 3mm or less.  Generally speaking, they will also say your gums are unhealthy or 'diseased' when the pockets are above 3mm.    I had 4s and 5s and if I remember correctly, one 6.

The HydroFloss worked for me.   However, after I began to sell the HydroFloss I found that many of my customers had similar stories to tell.

Nothing is guaranteed 100% of the time for 100% of the people, but it seems like the HydroFloss works for a lot of people.   Of course, you always want your dentist to monitor your situation and keep an eye on those periodontal pocket depths (which they can easily measure) .  

I hope this story helped to educate and inform you a little.

 If you want to learn more about the HydroFloss, check it out here. Again, be sure to work with your dentist to monitor for results or lack thereof.   If this doesn't work for you, you may need to opt for one of those traditional treatments.


David for

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Is There A Remedy For Gum Disease?

The number of people with gum disease is quite high.  You can ask any dental professional, they will confirm for you that gum disease is quite rampant.  So, if you have it, you are not alone.  Some statistics say that 75% of people have it.

Of course, you should always be under the care of a dental professional if you have or think you have gum disease. They can monitor your progress or lack thereof while you begin working on this problem.

There are expensive treatments out there that many dentists are ready to perform. One point that is important to bear in mind is that whatever the expensive treatment is, there is a good chance it will need to be done again in the future.   This is because your dental professional can only see or treat you a few times per year.

However, the struggle against gum disease is a daily one.  There is no getting around the need to disrupt plaque on a daily basis.   If you are doing less than that, you may be opening yourself to danger.  This is because after the plaque layer stays intact for 24 to 48 hours you have a problem.

The bacteria that live under the plaque have been fully shielded from oxygen by the plaque layer.  At this time they can begin to multiply rapidly and secrete the acids and toxins they have in large enough quantities to start damaging your tissue - this is what gum disease essentially is.

The key point is that fighting this problem involves the daily disruption of plaque.  This is not something your dentist can do for you, since they cannot be with you on a daily basis.   The burden of daily plaque disruption falls to each of us as individuals.

Key Measurements

There is a relatively objective measurement that can help to let you know when the bacteria are at large enough quantities to do damage to your dental tissue.   These measurements are called 'periodontal pocket depths'.   You dentist or hygienist can take these readings for you fairly quickly.  

They should be taking those readings on every visit.  This will form a history and baseline that you can use to determine if what you are doing at home is being effective or not.  If the numbers are shrinking, that's a good sign. 

What you really want to see is that all of your periodontal pockets are down to 3mm or less.   Generally speaking, most dental professionals will say your gums are healthy when you reach the 3mm or less mark.  Of course, this encompasses the tissue around all of your teeth.  In other words, the measurements need to be taken around every single tooth.  

What worked for me, personally, was the HydroFloss oral irrigator.   I tried many things that had little impact on those pocket depths.  However, the HydroFloss really did it.   I've talked to other people who have obtained similar results from the HydroFloss. 

You can get an objective feel for those results via the measurement of those periodontal pocket depths.  Basically, your dentist can tell you what those measurements are, so you are always working with your dentist which is good.

Basically, the remedy that worked for me was the HydroFloss.  

David for

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Friday, April 15, 2016

Reversing Gum Disease Naturally?

First, before I get started on this topic, it is important to say something: You should always be under the care of a dental professional when dealing with gum disease.  Perhaps a periodontist is the best choice.   They are dentists who specialize in this problem.

The reason this disease is serious is because it is the number one cause of tooth loss.  Nothing else comes close.   Most of the time when people have lost teeth, more often than not, it is due to gum disease.

Gum disease is a problem that can exist at any age.  It is very common for people to think that receding gums is a natural part of aging, but that is just not so.   Gum disease and brushing too hard are the most common causes of receding gums.

Deep cleanings (SRP or Scaling and Root Planing Treatments) and laser surgery are often prescribed for unhealthy gums.   But is there a better way?   It might be worth taking a look at the HydroFloss oral irrigator for a gentler, more natural and less expensive approach.

Again, you should be under the care of a dental professional who can monitor and mark your progress or lack thereof.    The key indicator to watch is something called periodontal pocket depths.
When these improve to 3mm or less, generally speaking, most dentists would say your gums are healthy at that point.

Is this even possible?   Yes, it is.  I myself, and many others have been able to improve our gum health via the HydroFloss to the point where our dentists agreed.  In my case, I was able to avoid the deep cleaning treatment mentioned above.  My dentist told me I didn't need it any longer after I had been using the HydroFloss.

Will this be the case for you?   I don't know.  I think the chances are pretty good, provided you use the machine correctly.   How to do so is something that I share with my customers (those of this website:  When the hydrofloss is used properly, the chance of reducing those pockets, which would then be verified by your own dentist, is pretty good - in my estimation.  Others may or may not agree of course.

Science has shown that the hydrofloss, due to it's special use of magnetic properties, has been able to reduce plaque and tartar buildup compared to irrigators that did not use these magnetic properties. This is the difference the HydroFloss offers.

This information has been published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology in both May of 1993 and April of 1998.   One can simply look up those journal articles to see for oneself that the results were deemed statistically significant in both studies.

So, there are both scientific and anecdotal cases for the HydroFloss.  The objective measure of success, as mentioned previously, is those periodontal pocket depths.   You'll be able to verify through your own dentist if the hydrofloss is working for you or not.

So, there you have it.  I don't think you are going to find a better solution.  I tried a number of things previous to finding the HydroFloss and nothing else worked.   Various mouthwashes, essential oils and even oil pulling were not enough to shrink those pockets.  It wasn't until I started using the HydroFloss that I was able to shrink them down to 'healthy' levels and avoid the scaling and root planing or 'deep cleaning' treatment.

Using water and magnetics are a natural approach that appears to have worked for not only myself but many others.  The clinical science as depicted in the journal mentioned above on two separate occasions is there as well.  So what are you waiting for?

Next:  Read About The HydroFloss Irrigator

Let your dentist tell you if it worked for you or not!  Nothing to lose, but definitely something to gain. On the chance it doesn't work for you, your dentist will be waiting with methods they can utilize to step in.  But why not try a more natural, cost effective and less painful approach first?

If you have questions, reach out.


David For

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Bleeding Gums and the HydroFloss

If you have bleeding gums...

It's time to take action.  Go to the dentist right away.  If you are experience bleeding when brushing or flossing or if you wake up with a little bit of blood in your mouth, it's really time to go see a dentist. 

Bleeding gums can come from a few things, your dentist can diagnose and tell you what you are dealing with.  

Most of the time, a problem with bleeding gums is going to come from gum disease.  But, you'll want a professional to rule other things out - just in case.  

If bleeding gums are due to gum disease, you'll want to take it seriously.   

Depending on who you talk to, gum disease afflicts 50 to 80% of us.  However, it is a serious problem because it is the primary cause of tooth loss in the world today.  

If you want to save your teeth, you'll want to control gum disease.  

What You'll Want To Know

This will make things very simple for you.  The key thing you want to know, monitor and improve is the depth of your periodontal pockets.    

Don't panic.  It's a very simple measurement that your dentist or hygienist can take at the office.  In fact, they should be taking these measurements at every visit.  

So, there may already be a record of these numbers at your dentist's office.  

The important thing to know and what will help you tremendously is being aware of those numbers. 

Generally speaking,  most dental professionals will tell you that your gums are healthy when those pocket depths are at 3mm or less.  

That means that if you are over 3mm (around any tooth) then you have a problem. 

You now have an objective way to monitor the health of your gums. 

*Remember, making and keeping gums healthy can help you prevent tooth loss - because gum disease is the number one cause of losing teeth.  

Some people have pockets that go as deep as 8mm, 9mm or 10mm - some people have even deeper pockets.   

However, even if you have 4 or 5 or 6 mm pockets, you want to take action and get those down to 3mm or less as soon as you possibly can.   After that, you want to make sure they stay at 3mm or less.  

The HydroFloss 

Can you shrink gum pockets?   (also known as periodontal pockets)  The answer is yes, you can.  

Dentists have a variety of techniques and treatments designed to help you do that.  Most are quite expensive and potentially painful.  

But what about this HydroFloss thing?   Can it help to shrink gum pockets?  

Yes, it certainly did that for me personally.   I've also talked to many people over the last years and I have heard from many that have achieved similar results.  

And again, these results would be verified through your dentist via the measurement of those periodontal pockets.  Compare your old readings to the new ones (after using the HydroFloss) and you can prove to yourself whether it is working for you or not.  

Proper Use 

To improve your odds for success, it is important that you use the HydroFloss properly.  I can give you information that will help.  I only do that for customers of  - Those who purchase their HydroFloss from  

If you want to learn more about the HydroFloss, you can read more here: 

If you would like to get a book on gum disease that I wrote along with your HydroFloss for the same cost as a HydroFloss alone,  check this offer out.    

I hope this information was helpful to you.  If you would like to comment, there is a comment section below. 


David for 

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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Shrinking Gum Pockets With The HydroFloss

Is it possible to shrink gum pockets with the HydroFloss?  

The answer is YES!  A number of people have done so.

The results are easily verifiable by your dentist or hygienist as well.  In the process of using the HydroFloss to shrink those pockets, make sure that you are always under the care of a dentist.

The reason for this is to make sure it works for you.  The doctor can monitor and, if for some reason, you don't get results, then the doctor will be there to step in and pursue another course of action.

In the case of gum disease or any dental related issues, you should always be working with a dentist or doctor.

However, many people have found success with the HydroFloss and that includes me!

You can see a HydroFloss here (there is also a video on that page if you scroll down a bit)

The Goal Of Shrinking Pockets

The real problem here is gum disease.  Generally speaking, most dentists will say that your gums are unhealthy if your periodontal pockets (gum pockets) are above 3mm.    

Therefore, if you are able to get your pockets to 3 mm or less, most dental professionals, generally speaking, will consider you gums healthy at that point. 

Your end goal is to get to 3mm or less as measured by your dentist or hygienist. 

Using The HydroFloss to Achieve The Goal

IF the hydrofloss is used properly and even sometimes when it is not, people do get results.   However, to give yourself the greatest chance you need to use the HydroFloss properly. 

The secret to giving yourself the greatest chance is something that I share with my customers.  This information is available via a brief phone conversations for those who purchase their HydroFloss from   

Why Is The HydroFloss The Best ?  

There is no other oral irrigator that I am aware of that is as effective as the HydroFloss.   This is because of the magnetic technology that the HydroFloss employs.   

You will not find this in WaterPiks or other irrigators (except for one that employs an unstudied and untested magnet).   

The HydroFloss is the only one that has been studied by researchers with the results published in a peer-reviewed journal.  This did not happen just once, but twice.  

In my opinion you will give yourself the best chance to shrink your gum pockets and keep them that way via proper use of the HydroFloss.   At all times, you should, of course, be under the care of your doctor or dentist.  

It's just that if you can shrink those pockets down and your dentist determines that your gums are healthy, you may not have to endure the pain and expense of Scaling and Root Planings or dental surgeries on your gums.   

This is the experience that I had.  My dentist wanted to do a SRP (deep cleaning) treatment.  I tried many things to make my gums healthy again, but nothing worked until I started using the HydroFloss. 

I'm not alone.  A lot of people have reported that their pockets have shrunk and that the doctor or hygienist  told them their gums were healthy again. 

Bonus, having healthy gums probably means that you will get to keep more of your teeth (or even all of them if you haven't run into problems yet).  

It's a powerful tool and that's why I sell them.  (Because it has helped me and other people too).  

Always be under the care of a dentist when dealing with any oral health problem. 


David for

Saturday, February 27, 2016

HydroFloss For The Teeth And Gums and Organic Lip Balm for The Lips...

In my opinion the best oral irrigator you can use to support healthy teeth and gums is the HydroFloss Oral irrigator - because of it's proven hydromagnetic tech.  Other irrigators cannot match the power of the HydroFloss' ability to reduce plaque and tartar buildup between office visits.

Organic Lip Balm is awesome because you don't need to worry about what kind of chemicals you are putting on your lips!

David for

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Empowered By The HydroFloss

*The following was taken from an email that a customer sent in along with my reply.   I would like to mention that a person should always be under the care of a dental professional when dealing with gum disease or any other dental health related issue.  Read On:   

Thank you, David.

I am happy to report that the HydroFloss is really helping.
My dental hygienist noted that my gums are a lot healthier and the numbers show it.

The dentist, however, doesn't bother to recommend this, and is stuck in the old fashioned scale and etc. routine.  I ignore him and am not going that route again.


Congratulations!  That's good news and a job well done.

I imagine that feels quite empowering.  

I had a similar experience over 10 years ago and that is how I learned about the HydroFloss. 

When used correctly, it can often create a positive change in dental health and the numbers
are a great way to measure that change in objective terms.

Sadly, many dentists ignore it.   But there are also many who promote it to their patients.

Unrelated to dental health, I'd like to point your attention to a fantastic show that is touring now.

I've seen it a number of times and it is well worth seeing.   The name of the show is Shen Yun
and you can learn about it here:

I highly recommend seeing it.

Stay healthy and well and than you for reporting back with your results.


*** Please note that what customers write may not reflect the view of  You should always be under the care of a health care professional for any health related problems you may have.

Friday, January 15, 2016

What Is The Best Oral Irrigator?

Question:  What is the best oral irrigator?  

Answer:  The best oral irrigator is the hydrofloss

If you are interested in maintaining or even improving your dental health, the health of your gums, the hydrofloss is the best of all the oral irrigators that I know of.   If you aren't sure why, read the information at the above link or visit 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

HydroFloss Purchase Experience

This was a lovely review that helps to underscore the advantages you obtain by purchasing your HydroFloss from

When you get your Hydro Floss from Toothy Grins you get an advantage that you cannot get from anywhere else.  I think the above review highlights this reality.

Of course, I'll be the first to tell you that not everyone will be happy.

However, among the things to consider is:  Who will tell you when the HydroFloss is NOT right for you? Everyone else is interested in sales.  I'm more interested in helping you choose what you feel is best for you.

The decision of what is right for you is up to you, but talking to me can help you with information, experience and insight that you don't currently have.

Who is going to tell you how to get the most out of your HydroFloss?   You can't even reach the competition and when you do, you will get an unknowledgeable person who won't be able to provide you with the insights you need to help you make your own informed decisions.

In short, who else cares like I do?    I've written a book on the topic of gum disease.  None of my competitors, as far as I know, are able to make that claim.

None of them have the experiences that I have had.  How many of them will spend an hour on the phone with someone?  How many of them have personally talked to hundreds of people about the HydroFloss over the years?

This product and this topic exist in an area that I have experience and insight in.  You can't get that overnight.  It takes time, study, exposure to many people, and experience to be able to help people in the way the gentleman shared in his review.

So, where should you get your HydroFloss?   How about right here:

David for

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Is Flossing With Water Better?

Is It Better To Floss With Water?

This is a tricky question.  Because, what people are really asking is, "can I stop flossing with string
floss and use water instead?"

To this I would answer.  NO!  You should still do regular brushing and flossing just like you always (hopefully) have been doing.   You should follow the advice of your dentist or hygienist.

If you are not happy with such advice, you can always get another dentist.

Anyway, I digress.

Is It Better To Us Water Flossing in Conjunction with regular brushing and flossing?  

Oh, that is a MUCH better question.   I personally feel that it is and I'll tell you why in a few moments.   But, you should still check with your dentist or hygienist to make sure they don't have a special reason for you not to floss with water.

I frequently hear, from customers, something like this:   "I brush and floss and I think my mouth is clean.  But, when I use the HydroFloss next, little food particles come out on the sink!"

Exactly!  That's one of the reasons I think you should add water flossing to your daily routine.

Gum Disease - 75% Of People Have Some

That's more or less the generally accepted statistic among dental professionals.  They see it every day.  Even if they don't tell you about it, they still see it.

I can't say with 100% certainty, but I think it might be because they expect most people to have some that they don't make a big deal out of it when they see it.   It's usually when things get really bad that they spring it on you.  By that time, it is usually when they think you need gum surgery or a deep cleaning treatment (SRP or Scaling and Root Planing).

The cost of these     cleanings and treatments can get quite high.   The surgery can also be very expensive.

So, it is worth it to prevent or reduce the symptoms of gum disease to the greatest extent possible to protect your gums, and ultimately, your teeth!

This is because gum disease is, by far, the number 1 cause of tooth loss!   So, there is another reason to make sure your gums get healthy and / or stay that way!

Gum disease is a problem that most people face and have faced for thousands of years.   The "Ice Man" they uncovered that was several thousand years old was found to have periodontal (gum disease).   I suspect it is something that has been with us since human beings first appeared on the Earth.

That being the case and the numbers being so high,  it seems that, while regular brushing and flossing are important and you should be doing them, perhaps most of us need to do even more.  That's where flossing with water comes in. 

Flossing with water 

Flossing with water is basically using a device, like this one.   On that same page, you can scroll down a find a video that shows and tells you how to do it. 

Basically, it's not hard to figure out.   However, you will probably make a mess the first time you try it.  Maybe even the second time.  

However, usually by the second time and almost certainly by the third time, you'll have it figured out.  
You just have to realize how to hold your head over the sink so that the water flows in and out of your mouth and into the sink instead of all over the mirror or walls!  Once you've got that down, you are probably home free!  

To revisit an earlier point. it seems

 Which Flossing Device Should You Use?

This is a good question.  They are NOT all created equal.   Plaque and tartar buildup between your regular dental cleanings are the enemy.

Since that IS the case.  You want a device that will help to reduce those buildups to the greatest extent possible.  In this case, it is the HydroFloss that excels beyond all the others.

The hydrofloss has been clinically proven, and the studies were peer reviewed, to be more effective with it's magnetic technology than other irrigators.

Why is that important?  It has been shown in both studies to be approximately 50% better at reducing plaque and tartar build up with its magnet than without.   No other machine has the same magnet.

There is one other obscure brand that has a magnet, but it is not the SAME size and dimensions.  It is much smaller and people in the know believe it is too small and incorrectly utilized to make any difference.  So forget that other brand IF you want the best results.  Go with the HydroFloss.

Periodontal Pocket Depths And Gum Disease 

You can check out How To Stop Gum Disease in 4 Easy Steps to learn more.   The important thing to know is that I have personally experienced a decrease in periodontal pocket depths due to using the HydroFloss.

I've also talked to many customers who have told me the same thing.

You may wonder, "Why is this important?"  

The answer is simple.  Generally speaking when your periodontal pocket depths are at 3mm or less, most dentists will say your gums are healthy.

So, if you have been told you have gum disease, this is important to you.  In addition, remember the stats:  75% of people, that's 3 out of every 4, have some gum disease now, whether they know it or not!

So, this is an important device, not just for you, but possibly for other family members.  Fortunately, you only need one machine.  Each person can have their own tip and use the same machine.

The hydrofloss, because it was able to shrink my periodontal pocket depths - as measured by my dentist - was also able to save me from a $1500 Scaling and Root Planing Treatment!

In fact, many dentists and hygienists recommend the hydrofloss to their patients!  

Cost / Benefit Analysis to owning a HydroFloss To Floss With Water

I just mentioned that the HydroFloss saved me from a $1500 Scaling and Root Planing Treatment.  These are often referred to as 'deep cleanings' or 'deep cleaning treatments'

Do you think it was worth it for me to spend $100 for a HydroFloss?   I don't think I need to spell out the savings.  

But, here is what is really going to have an impact.   What you are seldom told when you 'need' a SRP or Scaling and Root Planing treatment is that many people need it again in 1 to 3 years.   That's another $1500.  

One customer told me that he was told he needed a Deep cleaning not more than 7 months after laser gum surgery - which costs more than regular deep cleanings!  

It was over 10 years ago that I discovered the HydroFloss through the above story.   How many MORE SRPs or deep cleanings have I saved myself from since then?   

Hmmm....   what is that $3,000 ,  $4500 or $6000 that I saved?   I have no way to know because I have never needed one since that original dentist told me so and changed her mind after I used the HydroFloss.  

How's that for cost savings?    You want to start flossing with water?  You see the benefits?  Then go with a HydroFloss.  Don't even think about getting anything else.   

Even if you had to buy a new one every year - which you won't.  Wouldn't it still be worth the cost?  
You bet it would! 

Well that's my story.   

Are These Things Available on Amazon?  

However, I hope you will buy your HydroFloss here on ToothyGrinsStore. 

If you do, let me know and I'll email you a copy of the book:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease which I wrote myself.   You'll learn more about your gums and how you may be able to keep them healthy in that book. 

You can buy a physical copy of the book if you want to, but why spend the extra money when I'll send you a .pdf file of the book when you purchase a HydroFloss on this site.  Just leave a note in the 'order notes' when you check out.  (this is on only - this offer does NOT apply if you get your HydroFloss anywhere else). 

I hope this article was helpful to you and that you found it to provide valuable insight and information.   If you do feel that way, please consider sharing or sending this link to others: 

David for

Thursday, September 17, 2015

HydroFloss and Dental Herb - Don't Use It In Your HydroFloss

Warning!  There is an herbal formula out there that some people are selling with their HydroFloss machines.    Do Not use these together!  Read on... 

You should not use the dental herb formula in your hydrofloss.  It can and often does cause the reservoir to stick to the base.  When you pull the reservoir off to fill it, the stickiness pressure from the herbal formula will resist and you can end up breaking your reservoir.

Some people break several reservoirs before they realize that the problem is the herbal formula.

As a general rule, don't use anything sticky or gritty in your hydrofloss.

I hope that information saves you from spending unnecessary money in repairs and replacements.

You can find the HydroFloss here 

Monday, June 22, 2015

Is Your HydroFloss Hose Leaking?

Does Your HydroFloss Hose Or Handle Leak?   

Don't Go Without A HydroFloss

The hydrofloss is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal to help keep your gums and teeth healthy.  If you are having a problem with your HydroFloss either repair or replace it.  

You can find many parts or a whole new unit here on this site. 

When Traveling

If you are going to travel to a country that has a 220V system, and you are planing to take your HydroFloss, then you will want a voltage converter.  


If you drop your reservoir, it may shatter.  This is particularly true on a tile bathroom floor.   I have done it myself.   If that has happened to you, it is not necessary to buy a whole new unit.  Instead, you can get just the reservoir here.  

However, if water is coming out of the bottom of the reservoir you may be missing either the white plastic insert or the o-ring.  They may have inadvertently come out during cleaning.  It's possible that you missed one or both of them.  

view the picture of the reservoir to determine if one or both of them is missing.  

HydroFloss Instructions

If you are looking for a copy of the original instructions that came with your HydroFloss, you can find those instructions here.  

Hopefully, that information was helpful, but if you need further assistance, call 1-888-586-6849



Sunday, June 14, 2015

Can You Get A HydroFloss At Walmart?

Currently, you cannot get a HydroFloss At Walmart

Up to the date of this being written,  June 14th 2015, you cannot get a hydrofloss at Walmart.  In addition, as far as I know, it will not be available in the future there - as things stand at the moment I wrote this. 

Where can you get a HydroFloss then?  

There are very, very few brick and mortar retail stores where you will find a hydrofloss. 

Currently, (at the time this was written) you cannot find them in any CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, Target, Sears, Rite-Aid or any other big chain retailer.   

However, you can get one at the link above.  You can also find parts on this site as well.   If you have questions about the information in this post, you can call me at 1-888-586-6849 . 


Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Do You Need A Hydrofloss Oral Irrigator Part?

If you need a part for your HydroFloss Oral Irrigator, There is a good chance you can find it here.  

You can see all of our HydroFloss Parts here:  

A lot of people miss the fact that there is a second page.  If you scroll towards the bottom of the page, you should see a small number 2 there and that will take you to the second page. 

You might also find what you are looking for by observing the left hand navigation column.  Many of the parts are spelled out right there. 

For example: 

HydroFloss Reservoir

HydroFloss Reservoir O-ring and plastic insert


Hose and Handle

Regular Jet Tips

Sulcus Jet Tips

Pocket Pal Jet Tips

Cannula tips

Motor Base (may have to search for that, it's a bit hidden). 

You can see all (well most) of our HydroFloss Parts here:  

If there is a part you are interested in and you aren't sure where to find it, give me a call at 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

A Simple Way To Shrink Gum Pockets

Have you been told that your pockets are too deep and or that you have gum disease and need a special (expensive) treatment or that you might lose your teeth?  

Is there an easier way? 

Well, each human body is different of course.  However, many people, including myself have found an easier and less expensive way to shrink gum pockets down to normal levels. 

*When your pockets are 3 mm or less, generally speaking, most dental professionals will say that your gums are healthy at that point.  It's also generally believed that the bacteria can no longer do damage to your gum tissue and supporting bone when your pockets are kept to these smaller sizes.  

There may be more than one way to crack this nut.  But the easiest, fastest and most convenient way I know - plus it's the way that seems to provide great results for a LOT of people (not just a few) is using this device: 

It worked for me and has worked for many other people I have spoken with.  There are some tricks and insights that I can share with you.  I reserve those conversations for my customers.  I'll be glad to share this information with those who purchase through 

It's basically an added benefit for those who purchase one through this site.  

I've also written a book on gum disease and have various other insights and helpful information to share.  

So, why not start with the one thing that seems to work the best for the most people?   Nothing will work 100% of the time for 100% of the people, but this has worked for a LOT of people.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Do You Have The Right Toothbrush?

Do I have the Right toothbrush?  

It's a good question to ask.  Of course, you want to go with your dentist's advice under all circumstances  (or find a better dentist if you don't like his / her answers!)

But, here are some things to think about. 

Are you using a super soft toothbrush?  The softer the better.  Hard and medium bristles may be hard
on your gums and could even potentially cause erosion of gum tissue.  So, going with the softest toothbrush possible is a good idea. 

Along with this is should come the understanding that brushing HARD is NOT the right thing to do.  I think a lot of people have the mental conception that they some how have to SCRUB hard to clean teeth.  This is actually not good. 

The purpose of brushing is to disrupt plaque.  Plaque is relatively easy to disrupt.  The secret is doing it consistently and constantly.   But brushing hard is completely unnecessary and could even potentially be harmful. 

So brush gently, just do it frequently.  Ask your dental professional if you are not sure about how often.  

For me personally, several times a day is what I like.  

Should I use an electric or manual toothbrush?  

Great question.  I know the electric toothbrush industry claims their brushes are safe for gum tissue.  I'm not convinced that is true.   Again, consult with your dentist.  

I do use an electric toothbrush but I keep it away from my gums.  I like to go back over gently with a manual toothbrush around the gum line.  I also use dental floss and a perio-aid.  A perio-aid is essentially a blunted toothpick on a plastic holder that you use to trace around the gum line.  Be sure to ask your periodontist how to use one properly. 

The final thing I want you to think about is:  

Brushing is great and it should be done. But the biggest question I have is:  Is brushing enough?  

I don't think it is enough by itself and I'll tell you the reason why.   Dental professionals tell us that about 75% of people have gum disease right now!   That's 3 out of every 4 people. 

I know there are people out there who do a poor job of brushing and flossing.  But I think there are a lot of people who do these things quite well and they still end up with gum disease. 

This is a problem because gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.  Losing teeth is expensive and no artificial device is going to be as good as the original.   I can only think of how George Washington must of suffered with his primitive dentures.  

So, what do I think you should add to your daily routine that can help you to avoid, prevent and even lessen the ravages of gum disease?    

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

How To Get a Free Package Of Tips When You Order Your HydroFloss Oral Irrigator From

Hi!  This video is about how to get your extra tips.   It shows you exactly where to put the note during the checkout process!  

The page shown in the video is here:

In this video I show you how to get a free package of tips when you purchase your hydrofloss from the above page or from

When you go through the checkout process, there is an order comment section that I highlight in the video.  You can simply write in the order comment section something like:

"I would like a free package of regular jet tips with my hydrofloss".  That will be sufficient.

That tells us that you want to take us up on our free tip offer.

If you do not write that in the order comment section your HydroFloss will ship without extra tips and you cannot claim them later.

The reason why is that we do not want to incur two shipping charges.  Therefore, it is imperative that you order the tips at the time you checkout.