Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator Vs Water Pik

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 Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator Vs. Water Pik

The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator is really a bit different than the Water Pik.  The chief difference is that the Hydro Floss uses a magnet to help reduce the amount of plaque and tartar that buildups between your regular dental cleanings.  

This effect which amounts to about a 50% greater reduction in plaque and tartar buildup between regular dental cleanings has been researched and published twice in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology.   May of 1993 and April of 1998 are the two publication dates for this study. 

There were different researchers for each study.  The second researcher did not believe the results of the first.  However, when she tested it out with her own study, she actually obtained slightly better results than the first researcher.   It's easy to understand the skepticism.  People are not used to magnetic principles being utilized in this way. 

To be fair, the study was not conducted with a Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator Vs. a Water Pik.  It was done with two Hydro Floss Oral Irrigators.   One had the magnet in it and one did not.  This was true for both studies.   The results of the magnetic in both studies were statistically significant.  That means the results are more likely to be real than random. 

If you have been struggling with dental health issues or just really like the idea of better prevent, perhaps the HydroFloss Oral Irrigator is something you should take a closer look at?   It has helped a lot of people, including myself. 

Next:  If you wish, you can read more about the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

PS:  Keeping our teeth for a lifetime of good service, is a goal that is worth striving for.  There is no perfect substitute for your own natural teeth.  Implants and dentures can be problematic in their own ways.  Your body likes its natural self better than foreign materials.  If you think you are having problems with dental work you have had done in the past, you might consider having a dental thermography test done to identify potential problem areas that can be more closely looked at.  


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