Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sewellgal Good product, a little big
I bought this at the advice of my dentist. It is a great component to my daily dental routine. My only criticism is that it takes up space which can be hard to manage if you have a small bathroom vanity.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer Gets particles even after flossing!
I bought this because I had one part of my mouth that was sore often. My dentist checked it and sent me to a periodontist. Neither found a dental issue - no decay or infection. I bought the Waterpik and added that to my routine. I was surprised that even after brushing and flossing it still finds little particles. The soreness has gone away from that part of my mouth. I think little things like pieces of popcorn hulls were getting caught and causing gum inflammation. I set the dial for more than a gum massage but less than it's full power - it's nice but effective. I am happy with the result.
Rated 5 out of 5
Â by Deeeeeee Small footprint, Long Cord, Great Product
Here are the stats of the Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser - Model #WP-110
Height - 7 1/2
Width - 5 3/4
Cord Length 52 inches.
Tips 8 - (I've included photos of them plus a photo of what each does)
3 classic jet tips - great if there are 3 people using the Water Flosser. (color coded so each person knows which one is theirs)
1 each of the tips below, but you can purchase more separately online. Those tips are:
1 Orthodontic Tip
1 Pik Pocket Tip
1 Plaque Seeker Tip
1 Toothbrush Tip
1 Tongue Cleaner
I'm happy with my Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser.
Fill the cup with warm water, then (important!) place the top on (the top holds some of your tips). If you don't put the top on, the flosser will not let water flow.
Easy to use, a bit of a learning curve the first time. Think of it as a power washer for your mouth! I love it. Gets the job done. No need for painful dental floss.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HappyCityShopper Best "Garden Hose" for Your Teeth
I highly recommend this Water Pik to anyone looking for a better way to clean teeth. Flossing and brushing does not get as much stuff out as an electric toothbrush, flossing, and a Water Pik. The Water Pik is a "high pressure garden hose" for your teeth. If you have tight spaces between teeth, you will still need to floss, but this Water Pik really helps get stuff out of awkward places that a brush cannot reach. There are 10 pressure settings. Add some mouth wash or antiplaque to the water reservoir and your teeth will feel smooth in no time.