10 Things to know about ADA Seal Water Flossers

10 Things to know about ADA Seal Water Flossers

The American Dental Association (ADA)  Seal of Acceptance is a stamp placed on a product to show that the company has met strict requirements. The seal was first created in 1934 and is now used by over thousants products from more than 70 companies. Sixty-nine percent of healthcare professionals and 80 percent of consumers believe the Seal encourages them to purchase a particular product.

10 Reasons Why You Need A Water Flosser (2021)

10 Reasons Why You Need A Water Flosser

The American Dental Association says water flosser with the ADA seal of approval can get rid of plaque. That’s the plaque that turns into tartar and leads to cavities and gum disease. But some studies show that water floss doesn’t remove plaque as well as regular floss. Let’s dive into it.

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