Dental water flosser Portable and Rechargeable IPX7 Waterproof 3 Modes Water Flossing

5.00 out of 5
(41 customer reviews)


  • VALIDITY + EFFICIENT – High-pressure pulse water can clean the area which traditional brushing way can not reach. All round 360°rotatable designed jet tip (For Water Pick) effectively
  • CORDLESS & PORTABLE – The water pick’s Cordless design make it easy to handle all operation by one hand, a portable water flosser to use at home and office,
  • 3 FLOSSING MODES – Normal, Soft and Pulse modes selectable for different oral care needs like gums massaging and teeth whitening. For first time using please learn that Soft mode would be most appropriate.
  • EASE TO USE – One button operated system, easier Pro water flosser ideal for whole family use. With 4 jet tips, each person enjoys individual oral caring by simply changing the nozzle.
  • 1500mA RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM BATTERY – Once fully charged can last up to 14 days. Note: Universal 5V USB cable is packaged, charger adaptor is included.


Lantique Cordless Professional Rechargeable Water Flosser / Water Pick / Oral Irrigator 
Lantique offers an easy, fast way to help prevent decay and improve long term gum health between teeth.

More battery power, less charging time. Cordless design, convenient carry.

It’s suitable for travel, business trip, at home or at company/college.
Constructed with 1500mAh rechargeable Lithum battery, once fully charge it can last up to 14 days.
With cordless and water tank design, the water flosser would follow you to everywhere. You could just use a USB cable(Universal 5V USB cable is packaged) to charge for the water flosser.

Unlike most competitors, Lantique water flosser focuses on every detail concerning your dental health.

– With upgraded High-pressure pulse technology, it shortens the time spent on daily flossing from 120 seconds to 60 seconds, while still promises the effect on teeth whitening.
– For oral care, it also provides 3 flossing mode (Normal, Soft and Pulse)for each purpose.
– From 40-90psi with 1700 pulses per minute, high-intensity pulse water column cleans away 99.99% of plaque.
– A reliable & professional dental orrigator for you to trust.

Lantique Professional Water Flosser for Your Whole Family – 4×360° Rotatable Nozzle Are Included

1. To support your family, there are 4 nozzles packed within.
2. Just unplug one nozzle by inserting another, members of your family are able to enjoy the fun in water flossing.
3. It is IPX7 waterproof that you would no longer worry about using it in your bathroom.
4. Stay healthy and stay self-confident, Lantique would bring you charming smile everyday.

Mode: Normal : 120psi (Strong); Soft : 40psi (Soft); Pulse : 40-120psi (Massage).

Package Included: 1 X Cordless Water Flosser, 4 X Replacement Nozzles, 1 X USB Cable, 1 X Instruction Book, 1 X Woven Bag, 1 X Adapter

41 reviews for Dental water flosser Portable and Rechargeable IPX7 Waterproof 3 Modes Water Flossing

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  3. 5 out of 5


    Really good at getting mouth clean.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lisa S

    Love it! Gets in between all teeth. After brushing you’d be amazed at all little things still stuck in your teeth. Until you use this!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bobby Murphy

    Absolutely love this product, I use it every morning in the shower. Dentist has noticed a massive reduction in plaque between my teeth.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    Great price and I love this product. My dentist said I didn’t need one that was really fancy. This product makes flossing obsolete. Much easier than flossing and so much better and quicker.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mitchell Stanley

    Hi. We’ve got one of these. I find smaller flossing tools too difficult to hold so this has been a god send. Not too heavy and v easy to hold. I went to the dentist last week after using for 6 months and it has made a big difference. I hardly needed any scaling done at all. Advise from dentist was to use before brushing teeth so toothpaste stays on teeth longer after brushing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Christian Nunes

    This flosser is amazing. One of the best small investments I ever made. Real easy to you compared to traditional floss. My teeth never felt so clean!

  9. 5 out of 5


    fantastic product. extremely powerful lol.. worth the buy

  10. 5 out of 5


    Ok I just got it today and love it. There is a little button that you open at the back to fill up the reservoir which I use a mixture of mouthwash/water. It is very powerful even on the lowest setting. Worked like a charm. Plugs into the wall to charge and can unhook to use. Very functional and easy to hold and maneuver to get the job done.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mary Kelly

    I saw a few comments about the water splashing everywhere, but if you follow the instructions there’s no splashing at all. I recently got adult braces and this was perfect was cleaning the teeth at work after lunch. Quick and clean!

  12. 5 out of 5


    I hate using dental floss. I would rarely floss. This is brilliant. No more floss getting stuck between my teeth. It is easy to use, reaches riht to the back and blasts between the teeth and into any deep crevices you may have in your molars. It doesn’t need charging often.

  13. 5 out of 5


    I bought this because I had had some dental implants and I wanted to be able to clean underneath them. Its really great although you have to get used to the way you have to hold your mouth!! Also works extremely well for cleaning diamond rings!!!

  14. 5 out of 5


    Oral hygiene is an important part of my daily regime and this product helps enormously. It is so simple to use and has a powerful ‘blast’ of air and water or as I prefer to use, a mouthwash. The unit holds enough solution to last for two uses. I find this much quicker,cleaner and alot easier than dental floss.

  15. 5 out of 5

    jaden mcmullin

    My dentist said i should give it a try as i had a lot of plaque at gum level. My teeth are very close together and “bits” of food were getting stuck . Wonderful result! The strong jet of water removed the left over bits. I could actually feel the water going through between the teeth!! Hope my dentist will be pleased.

  16. 5 out of 5


    This device is so convenient. I can take it travelling, and it doesn’t take up much room on the counter. There is enough water in the reservoir to clean around all my teeth. Thank you!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Antonio Rolax

    I love this! I had braces fitted a few months ago and this is fab to remove the food you otherwise spend hours trying to remove. I don’t know how I coped without it. The battery so far has been OK and lasts for ages.

  18. 5 out of 5


    Easy to use and according to the hygienist, better for my gums. However don’t dare to use cold water as the shock could damage your health!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gina Alike

    Very good value and invaluable for someone who has braces fitted. Perfect for dental hygiene. Would highly recommend buying it.

  20. 5 out of 5


    Suffered gum trouble and could not use a normal string flosser. My Dentist recommended to buy this as it is known to work better than normal string flossing. I find it a bit fiddly to use and also it runs out of water very quickly. All I can say is it does the job. I bought addition tips for this flosser and though I cannot write 20 or more words to describe how good they actually are.

  21. 5 out of 5


    I used the pulse setting after having lunch and it sprayed pulsating squirts of water on my teeth. My front teeth feel smooth and clean. I’ll use it right before I go to bed at night to make sure my mouth is very clean. Love the clean mouth feeling!

  22. 5 out of 5


    Let me clear this up first off…IT IS WORTH THE MONEY I have had this long enough now to have built up a strong opinion of this product. I have always seen philips as a superior brand, and they have not let me down on this one! It does take some getting used to as you have to get the angle just right on each tooth to get the most out of the product; once you get the hang of it though it is a piece of pie! I know that flossing doesn’t really take that long, but it takes even less time with this product! you wiz through your mouth so quickly and it really does get the grit out. the proof is in the sink when you spit the water out. It says that you can use either mouthwash or water; i use water as i finish off with mouthwash after i brush, but each to their own. I am so pleased with this, i spent such a long time thinking about it as it is a bit pricey, but rust me, you will not regret buying this. i floss my teeth everyday as you should do now, it really does make your whole mouth feel amazing. I went to the dentist a couple of weeks after starting to use this product and he said that, and i quote “you are brushing and flossing your teeth very effectively” i think that is enough said, if the dentist is pleased, I’m pleased! 🙂 If you have any questions about this product i would be more than happy to answer them! 😀

  23. 5 out of 5


    Bin the floss. Just Airfloss. I was sceptical about the need for the Airfloss. I have a couple of crowns and use floss or interdental brushes to dislodge food, etc when needed. Not any more! The Airfloss is a quick and easy addition to your brushing routine adding less than a minute to the time spent at the sink. At first I had some bleeding using the Airfloss, but this soon stops as you get used to things. Fill up the reservoir with water or mouthwash (or a mix or both). Give it a couple of blasts to get the air out of the stem and then position the head between the gap between the base of your teeth and give it a blast and on to the next, that’s it. I was surprised by how much debris lodged between the teeth this thing gets out. The Airfloss leaves your mouth clean and fresh and is quick and easy to use. The battery has lasted just over a week do far and is going strong. The only small gripe is the capacity of the reservoir which is enough for a couple of rounds before needing refilling. Not a big deal but it’s the only thing that I would like to change. The Airfloss is now as essential as my toothbrush and toothpaste and I certainly won’t be going back to the floss. Give it a try, it’s got to be doing my gum health good.

  24. 5 out of 5


    I will confess I am not a flosser. Having been told by the dentist that I really need to up my flossing game, I looked beyond the annoying fiddly pieces of string (who can get their hands all the way in their mouth to do back teeth, anyway?!) and got this. It is brilliant. I was literally spitting out bits of plaque on my first go. And I could suck air through all my teeth! I didn’t even read the manual because I’m a MODERN WOMAN and I aint no one gonna to tell me how to live my life. Also I think I know best. Anyway, I fathomed it out really easily – so easy to use. And yes, there was a bit of blood, but this is because my gums have not been properly irrigated my entire life and they need to toughen up. Which they did. After a few days there was none and never has been since. It’s not as slimline as electric toothbrushes nowadays. It’s quite bulky, that would be my only comment. However, I have to wonder if that is on purpose because it fits nicely in your hand and is really easy to hold and angle at your teeth. I even have a crooked wisdom tooth which it can maneuvre around. Clever thing. I cant really think of a way to improve this… and I really recommend it for all you lazy-but-would-floss-if-I-could-be-bothered people out there. I am a flossing convert 🙂

  25. 5 out of 5


    I think I’ll wait a few months and revisit this Flosser, because flossers have some problems in a similar time.Please note — it has a two-year warranty.My problem is no problem. For me, it’s a gift from god.My teeth were tight, and even the thinnest floss was trapped, making normal floss uncomfortable and ineffective.Philips’ power float is awesome.In just 30 seconds, the air and water explode like your teeth and gums are washed!It looks like a chunky toothbrush, but it’s light, comfortable, and easy to clean.It has its own battery charger station, which requires a full 24 hours of charging before use.This is important!The problem with invalid batteries is usually not fully charged before initial use.Once charged, you can use 2 weeks (2 times a day).The warning yellow light indicates when to recharge.If you like, you can tap the nozzle head (2 kinds) and fill the reservoir with water or mouthwash.Press the button at the bottom of the handle and press the activation button at the top of the handle until you see the fine mist.Place the nozzle between your teeth, near the gums, press and release the activation button, or use an automatic blowout, where you hold the button uninhibited, and it will spray water every second.Move the float until all the gaps are cleared.Sonicare suggests that you don’t try to clean out from your mouth.If you have a crown, braces, teeth, or gum disease, this is safe.Most people find gum bleeding after initial use.It shows how unhealthy your gums are.When there’s no bleeding, thank the airfloser for getting your gums back in shape!It can make your mouth cleaner and your breath cleaner.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Munroe

    I bought this product because it was cheap and I thought it was worth a chance at that price. My Panasonic flosser gave up and refused to hold charge after a couple of years, so I was disappointed with that. The Panasonic replaced a Waterpick flosser which also gave up – the bit where you plug it in got corroded and it was impossible to charge. Apparently this is a common problem.
    This water flosser came well packaged in a really nice box – not what I was expecting. The design of the unit is quite an obvious homage to the Panasonic flosser, but I think the plastic feels a lot cheaper.
    In operation, the product beats the others hands-down. It is much more powerful and pushes through a lot more water. Therefore, you need to refill it at least once every session.
    Much better than I expected and it does the job really well.

  27. 5 out of 5


    I hate dental floss and hate dental hygienists, so I bought this AirFloss system, hoping to fix it.My teeth are too tight and flossing is just a nightmare.This flosser is easy to use and easy to use for free.A cute design that doesn’t take up too much space in the bathroom.A simple charge is like your electric toothbrush (note: the plug is designed for a razor socket), put water or mouthwash (I just use water) in the tank and open it.These sound waves mix air and water to relax and clear the plaque.After the first use, I noticed a slight improvement, and my teeth felt cleaner.After a week of morning and after use;On the night before you brush your teeth, the differences in your teeth are obvious.If I don’t use flosser, my teeth are dirty again.Flosser has four heads to change and needs to be changed every six months. Amazon sells these, so the boots are so, so it’s easy to change.I have to say that I am also interested in battery life, which seems to be two weeks before it needs to be recharged.I wouldn’t say it completely radiates my need for dental floss and doesn’t go to health experts, but it does improve my gums and teeth.Absolutely recommended.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Fawne Wallace

    This is a great device.It’s easy to use, battery life (longer than 2 weeks, more like 2 + months).Using mouthwash is like flossing and rinsing.There are some gaps between my teeth. I like flossing first.I’ve always been a regular flosser, but I have to admit, I’ve done it fairly quickly, because it’s more about making sure that I don’t have food that’s trapped, not plaques.Then I liked his four different nozzles, which were practical because I brushed them hard, causing the gums to atrophy.(I also found my gums slightly rough.)So flosser can better protect the gums. After brushing my teeth, I fill it with mouthwash.It takes about 30 seconds.I tend to do the bottom teeth first, because your mouth will start filling with mouthwash, or else (it will clearly remain in the jaw).I’m not going to spit this out.I then make my jaw and rinse my mouth before spitting and then spitting (so the process can remove the need for gargling).Then I can be sure that I have removed any sundries and my teeth are clean and fresh.Only two things I want to say, that is you do not immediately can clearly know what are you going to take photos, also did not say you need to change the frequency of the head (I still use my head and six months, but I’m sure you’re likely to want to change it).

  29. 5 out of 5

    shontelle fontenot

    I used different floss to clean my teeth and approached Philip’s air floss with no particular expectation, since I hadn’t used it before.There is a useful manual that guides what you do, what you don’t do, and how to store and maintain it.There are a few simple diagrams, how to start up the Floss quickly. Through assembly, the flosser horsepower has a good effect on water pressure, so it’s good to close your mouth when you use it.From the box, it is a sleek and charming design.After charging it for 24 hours, I fill it up with water, and although you can rinse your mouth, I do it later, which of course makes your mouth cleaner.It’s certainly easy to use.I found the result very good.Spray the nozzle with water or mouthwash between your teeth to make it clean and clear.After nearly three weeks of air use, I found it to be efficient and effective.It’s more hygienic and removes plaque than the umbilical cord.It did a very good job.Recommend it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carli Guastafeste

    My husband was recommended by a dental hygienist to buy one of them – I don’t know if she was on commission!I’m pretty cautious about this device, because it says it gave a jet plane, and it does — but it’s not as annoying as I thought it would be.I can only use my water — usually lukewarm, and then it’s less shocking — and I find that I use the whole room almost every time.When you start using it, it will bleed your gums — just as you start using it after a long vacation — just as you don’t take it on vacation — but it will soon settle down.I did find that one of my crowns was very sensitive, and I usually just quickly had a quick explosion on that tooth.When I started using it, it is a mess, it is easy to put the nozzle in the right place, you only need to remember to use your lips do an airtight seal, otherwise you will be sprayed on the bathroom mirror.I use it most of the time, which is better than when I floss, but my husband doesn’t like it and says it hurts his sensitive teeth – I think I paid him a reasonable price

  31. 5 out of 5


    Flossing is an important part of my dental regime. Up until now I have used the old fashioned tape, with all the inherent problems of getting it and your fingers into your mouth at the correct angle for a good floss. This great tool has cured that, and allowed me to floss some back teeth that were previously inaccessible. The unit comprises of a charger, body with reservoir and detachable head. A spare head is supplied. The charger is the same as my Philips tooth brush and is interchangeable, great as when travelling I only need to take the one charger. The reservoir should be filled with either water or a mouthwash that does not contain isopropyl myristate (IPM). I used water, and haven’t had a search yet for IPM free mouthwash, so I cannot recommend a brand. Simply charge, fill the reservoir, pont the head at your teeth, press the button and you’re off, getting a pressurised stream of air and water drops blasting the crud from between your teeth. The tip has a placement tool that allows easy placement for best effects and seems to work well. In use it is comfortable and effective, leaving teeth feeling clean. Easy to use, effective, 5 stars.

  32. 5 out of 5

    Amaddft dgs

    This flosser makes me feel new, so I’d like to try it.I don’t like flossing very much, so I use all kinds of dental probes to get rid of the foreign body.The concept of a device, which looks like an electric toothbrush, is very attractive.I first tried to use mouthwash in the reservoir.The result is a very fresh mouth, just like rinsing with mouthwash.However, I didn’t think it was a fair test of whether it could replace dental floss, and I left the exam because I had a meaty dinner.It always drives me crazy, because I hate getting stuck between my teeth.Tonight, we tried a recipe that could be designed for this test.This flying sordid effectively removed the debris and ran my tongue around my mouth, and I couldn’t find the rest.Another advantage is that it can effectively remove small gaps between teeth, where it is difficult to find a probe.Overall, I was impressed that I would use the power Flosser twice a day in the future.The only thing to note is that you really need to keep your mouth shut (unlike one of these illustrations) when you use it, because it can be a long way off

  33. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Behrens

    I can say that this is a fantastic product and would recommended to anyone, not just brace wearers. It’s like a karcher pressure washer for your mouth. It is quite a chunky item, about twice the size of a normal electronic toothbrush but is still fairly light and easy to hold.
    You use it straight after brushing and when you see some food particles still coming out your mouth you know it’s really doing a good job! I can even smell the bacteria that it must be blasting out my mouth. I can really feel my mouth being cleaner afterwards over brushing alone. I’m looking forward to hearing what my hygienist says at my next

  34. 5 out of 5

    Amanda H. Rivers-Lucey

    I’ve never been a good dentist, and I don’t like the pressure line, so I bought the waterflosser because I’m tired of flossing or using sticks.
    It has been used for a while, and I can safely say that it’s easy to be a good habit to use twice a day.
    Easy to use, long charging time.
    Fill it with mouthwash and you can get two clean (a small can).I suggest you use a cheap mouthwash because you will eat well!Just as someone mentioned, don’t use the mouthwash with two separate parts (anyway, it’s a complete gimmick) because it can clog up the device.
    I used to have a “”water skin egg,”” but it didn’t last long before tipping was broken.I feel more confident about this feeling, feel more wear-resisting.If anything changes my view of longevity, I’ll comment again!
    If you see its price well, go for it!A good partner of an electric toothbrush can take care of the person who bites!

  35. 5 out of 5


    I had a nasty surprise when I visited my hygienist and she demonstrated what my electric toothbrush was missing between my teeth. Interdental brushes caused a lot of bleeding, floss was ineffective. I tried a corded Waterpik which didn’t work well in my bathroom due to power problems. I have had this for a few weeks and it’s great, easy and fully portable. It takes a couple of minutes to achieve great results. I have the freshest mouth even when I wake up due to degunking the previous night. Its that good.

  36. 5 out of 5


    I admit I’m not a flosser.The dentist told me that I really needed to play my floss, and I looked at those pesky ropes (who, anyway, could put their hands in their mouths to make teeth?).
    This is brilliant.On my first visit, I was spitting out some plaque.I can suck air into all my teeth!
    I didn’t even read the manual because I was a modern woman and no one would tell me how to live.I think I know best.Anyway, I can easily understand it, it’s easy to use.Yes, a little bit of blood, but this is because my gums don’t completely irrigate my entire life, they need to be strong.What they did.After a few days, no more, never again.
    There are no electric toothbrushes now.It’s heavy, and that’s my only comment.However, I have to wonder if this is for a purpose because it fits your hand well and is easy to keep and Angle on your teeth.I even have a curved wisdom tooth that can be operated around.Smart things.
    I can’t think of any way to improve this…I really recommend it to all the lazy people – I’m a flossing convert

  37. 5 out of 5

    Samira Nguyen

    Use one month.It’s easy to use, but it takes time to get used to it.Use water or mouthwash and water.My problem is the correct seal and fixed moving tips…Just need more power to fix it, it’s plastic, so be careful.The pressure water/air mixture is good for thorough cleaning and clean cleaning.I’ll start with a tepe cleaner and then a powerful Flosser.Of course, the water mixture will accumulate, but it will soon be spit out.It does splash but keep your mouth shut…No problem.| takes less than a minute and you’re trained and familiar with…When you learn to find these gaps in your teeth.I use it at night before bed.Really improve your teeth and gums…Conditions feel and look better.Beck and possession seem excessive but they praise each other…Tepe takes the big stuff away, floss the rest of it, and makes the teeth and mouth feel good.Well, it’s worth it to keep your gums healthy, and the pieces between your teeth you can’t see.The two-minute routine was worth it.There are healthier, happier smiles and bites, and suarez will be happy.

  38. 5 out of 5

    Megan Harrison

    This is a great device. It’s easy to use, battery lasts ages (longer than the 2 weeks claimed – more like 2+ months). And using mouthwash is like flossing and mouth-washing at the same time. I have several gaps between my teeth and I prefer to floss first. I’ve always been a regular flosser but admittedly I do it rather quickly as it’s more about making sure I don’t have food trapped rather than plaque build up. I then brush my teeth with the Sonicare Diamond Clean electric toothbrush because I used to brush too hard with a manual brush and caused my gums to recede a little. (I also found the Oral B a bit harsh on my gums too). After I’ve brushed, I use the Airfloss filled with mouthwash. Takes about 30 seconds. I tend to do the bottom set of teeth first as your mouth will start to fill up with mouthwash otherwise (which obviously will remain to the lower jaw). I don’t spit this out though. I then do the upper jaw and then rinse the mouthwash around my mouth before spitting out (hence this process can remove the need to then mouthwash afterwards). That way I can be sure I’ve got rid of any debris, my teeth are clean and breath fresh. The only two things I’d say is that it’s not immediately obvious where you press to fire the shots and it doesn’t say how often you need to change the heads (I’m still using mine for six months but will change it shortly as I’m sure you’re probably meant to).

  39. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Johnson

    You see them in restaurants – old people using picks to clean between their teeth. Whenever I heard the dentist tell me to floss, foolishly I associated it with trapped food between my teeth. Thinking I was still a lad I ignored the dentist – I had not noticed food getting stuck, I didn’t need to floss. And, after all, daily toothbrushing twice a day ought to remove any food between the teeth? Until I started getting blood and discomfort. A new dentist patiently explained to me that the objective of flossing was to remove both food and plaque from between my teeth. The cleaning ensured that food debris did not act as a nucleus for infection and harmed my gums. She carefully showed me how to floss.

  40. 5 out of 5


    This struck me as something of a novel item so I was very keen to try it out. I am not a great fan of flossing and therefore use an assortment of dental probes to remove foreign bodies from between my teeth. The idea of a device, in appearance very like an electric toothbrush, which does the job is very appealing. I initially tried this out using mouthwash in the reservoir. The result was a very fresh mouth, much like one had gargled with mouthwash. However, I did not feel it was a fair test of whether it will substitute for flossing and I left that test for the occasion on which I feasted on a meaty dinner. This always drives me mad as I hate having bits stuck between my teeth. This evening we tried goulash which is a dish which could have been designed for such a test. The Flosser was very effective in removing the debris and running my tongue around my mouth afterwards I was unable to detect any remaining meat. The other advantage is that it is effective in clearing small gaps between teeth where it is difficult to get a probe. Overall I was impressed with the Power Flosser which I will be using on a twice daily basis in future. The only thing to note is that you really do need to keep your mouth closed whilst using it (unlike one of the illustrations) as it does tend to potentially spray a long way!

  41. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Nicole

    I’ve seen a lot of mixed comments about this water flosser, so I’m not sure if it’s worth it. After about three weeks, I’m sure I’ll say yes.
    I don’t really like flossing – I’ve been doing it several times, but it’s always lazy and it stops a few days later.It’s very time-consuming and stingy, with annoying strings.This flosser solves this problem.You simply insert the nozzle between your teeth, press the button, and spray a water or mouthwash (I choose mouthwash) to remove any plaque.
    You are warned that there could be a bleeding start, and this is the speck of money – if you’re not regular floss, with fluffy pink gums, you can almost guarantee a little blood. Still, I chose to believe that it only showed that water flosser was working, and that over time, the bleeding decreased dramatically.
    The most important is the obvious result, and I notice the improvement between the teeth and the gums.You can also see that it works because liquid explosions start to pass between the teeth of the first or second detonations, not in the case of plaque/food clogging.
    If, like me, you don’t like to use old-fashioned methods, or you just want a cool high-tech approach, I highly recommend this water flosser.

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