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This water flosser features 10 pressure settings, 7 water flossing tip and 90 seconds of water capacity. Seal of acceptance by the ADA. Offer valid only for November 27, 2017 or while supplies last -Discombobulated

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Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser $37.95 @ Amazon

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A study published in the Journal of Clinical Dentistry compared the efficacy of a water flosser to string floss used in combination with a manual toothbrush. The researchers found that the group who used the waterpik had a 74.4 percent reduction in plaque as compared to a 57.7 percent reduction in the group who used the string floss.
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Actually, water flossing is better than regular string floss according to multiple studies. It showed better results on plaque reduction, gingivitis, and gum bleeding.

The myth continues that string flossing is better at plaque reduction because it makes intuitive sense that scraping is better than passing water over a surface. But consider what a pressure washer is capable of and you'll have a better sense of the power of water flossing.

Thus, water flossing not only replaces string flossing, it is better!

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24282867
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16305005
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21387981
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28390213
http://www.dentistryiq.com/articl...alone.html
http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/19385349

Edit: I should add that although water flossing might be better than string flossing, technique and ease of use matter most. If you have a better technique with one method, you will likely obtain better results than using the other method. If you find one method easier to maintain as part of your daily dental regimen, then that method will outperform infrequent engagement of the other method.

Some don't like the feel or the pain (probably poor technique) of string floss. Some don't like the messiness or being immobile with a water flosser. Pick what you think you can commit to over the long term and go with that. If you want to experiment and try another method, that's great. But value stability and frequency over shiny numbers in an academic journal.
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I used to have horrible dental hygiene and habits, including flossing about weekly, maybe. Got a previous version of this about 2 years ago and have used it twice daily since...it's just a habit by now. Almost even fun(gross) to see how much food gets trapped. My dentist suggested I still floss in addition, which I do...but the whole beauty of this system/approach was that it finally got me to take care of my teeth. From there, good hygiene became a habit and expectation. All well worth $40, $60 and much more IMHO.

*EDIT: I'm still on the same Waterpick, too, and it works fine so hard for me to justify picking this one up. Darn.

*EDIT: I just *discovered* mine is, indeed, broken(it's white and I need the black model to match...uhm...all my black stuff) so I just picked one up Wink
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Bought in blue. Thanks!
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^^ agreed. Any people have experience with this?
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much better than flossing. mouth feels 10x cleaner using this versus string floss
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one question - is this flossing as good as the real floss?

Anyone want to pitch in their experience using this???
This is good for additional cleansing - especially above the gum line. It would definitely not recommend it as a floss replacement.
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Nicely priced. I know Costco has a deal for $60. It's not slick but so long as ur a member that's a lifetime guarantee Smilie
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one question - is this flossing as good as the real floss?

Anyone want to pitch in their experience using this???
its better then NO floss.
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Thanks OP.

I bit... had to resist yesterdays deal, but seeing it on the FP was too much for my will power Smilie
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^^ agreed. Any people have experience with this?
I used it for a few years.
About its performance, It's been great at removing food stuck in between teeth. I didn't know I had so many food remains stuck in my teeth until I used this.
About durability, 2 of mine broke in about 5 years (both of them had water stopped coming out even though motor was running).
I was considering buying from Costco because they included a travel version. But I just bought this one because the price is great.
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This doesn't replace flossing. Flossing gets the plaque buildup. This will remove most debris, food particles, but one should not rely too heavily on it over flossing.
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Just recently got the white version of this. It works great I would recommend it to anyone who's interested. It doesn't fully replace flossing but if you are inconsistent about flossing, this thing is a good buy and very easy to use. My mouth feels noticeably cleaner since using it.
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This is good for additional cleansing - especially above the gum line. It would definitely not recommend it as a floss replacement.
why would you not recommend it as a floss replacemen? I thought waterpiks do more than string floss does.

edit: someone answered my question as I was typing it.
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In for 1. WHY would you pay almost double for red??
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