The Oral Breeze oral irrigation range offers some of the best priced water flossers on the market. Unlike other water flossers, the ShowerBreeze and QuickBreeze both attach to your tap or shower, which means that you don’t need an electrical power source. This is particularly handy if your bathroom doesn’t have a power socket or if you’re not keen on the idea of a battery-powered flosser. Because these flossers attach to a faucet, they don’t need a reservoir. You’ll never have to remember to fill your reservoir before flossing, or pause mid-floss to refill it.
Everyone knows that a great oral hygiene routine is essential. But what happens when you’re on holiday? What if you don’t have the counter space to spare?
Until recently, cordless water flossers have been the ultimate way to maintain a good flossing routine wherever you are. Waterpik’s Cordless Advanced has been a firm favorite due to its self-contained water reservoir, compact size, and rechargeable battery.
The Waterpik Aquarius has widely been recognised as the best water flosser on the market for the past 4 years. It even ranked top place in our best water flossers round up. However, Waterpik’s latest product, the Sidekick, has already made quite an entrance. With raving reviews just a few months after its release, will the Sidekick end the reign of the Aquarius and steal the top spot? Find out in our Waterpik Sidekick vs Aquarius review.
The Sidekick WF-04 is the newest product from Waterpik. Arguably the most stylish water flosser on the market, it’s an ultra-compact, collapsible device that packs the punch of a full-sized flosser.
Waterpik have been the forerunners in oral irrigation since they designed the first ever water flosser in 1962.
Waterpik make the best water flossers. They invented the concept and innovate constantly.
This means there are a lot of Waterpik flossers to choose from! Here we help to differentiate between them so you can choose the best Waterpik for your needs.
Do your gums bleed when flossing? This article answers whether it’s normal for your gums to bleed, common reasons why they might and, most importantly, what you can do about it.
When it comes to dental care, flossing is often the forgotten friend. Whilst we all know we should brush our teeth twice a day, flossing is often neglected. And this is despite the fact that there are a huge number of benefits of flossing. Put simply, brushing alone does not clean the spaces between teeth. As a result, food and saliva cause a buildup of plaque in those forgotten spaces. Sounds grim, right? But it gets worse. Just having that built-up plaque can lead to tooth decay and inflamed gums (also known as gingivitis, or gum disease) – which is where flossing comes to the rescue.
Dental professionals recommend flossing from the age of twelve, but don’t answer the age-old question: when should you floss? Floss before or after brushing? Even professionals weighing in on the matter can’t seem to agree. This article is here to help.
If you want to know how to floss, this step-by-step guide is for you. It shows you how to floss using conventional floss. And it shows you how to floss in different contexts – like with a brace or bridge. It also lists the pros and cons of different types of floss and suggests alternative ways to floss.
So let’s get started.
Put simply, the benefits of flossing are:
- Each tooth will be entirely clean
- You will avoid cavities and gum disease
- Your smile will be brighter
- Your breath fresher
- You will enjoy greater systemic health
- You could save money and… it gets better
- … possibly lose weight.
Be assured: flossing has benefits.
You know that feeling that comes out of nowhere like you have something stuck in your throat? You haven’t eaten in hours and you’re absolutely positive it’s not strep throat. Well, it could be tonsil stones, which are about as fun as they sound. It’s very rare that they cause bigger health issues but they can still be uncomfortable. The real questions are: How do they get there and how do we get rid of them?