Rated 5 out of 5Â 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 NormaV Amazingly fast and easy way to floss!
My dentist suggested I buy a water pik after my last cleaning as a way to improve my gum health. I've used it for a couple weeks now and am amazed at what it removes from my teeth. My mouth feels so fresh and hydrated afterwards. I was warned that some people struggle getting water all over the place when using it, but I followed the advice of another reviewer who suggested pursing the lips to help contain the water in the mouth. There is also a 800 number to contact for tips. Overall it is very easy to use and so effective. Can't wait for my next cleaning to amaze my dentist.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ptbuzzcut Does exactly what it is supposed to do
After having surgery on right arm, unable to brush teeth and floss. Needed something to make the job easier. I first bought the smaller handheld model which does not hold much water and leaked from the area where you fill it. Returned it and bought this unit. Does a great job and made cleaning permanent bridgework easier.
Rated 2 out of 5 Not sure
First off, the things is loud. Second, it's messy. Water everywhere. As soon as you turn it on it starts shooting water out. You have to hold down a button on the handle for it to stop and even then it still leaks water. I was soaking wet with water and listerine by the time I was done the first time using it. I'm slowly getting the hang of it, but it seems like too much trouble. Might take it back, and just stick to old school regular flossing.
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