My Fun Bathroom Appliance: The Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser Review

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I’ve been testing out all kinds of new products lately, so of course I had to share my Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser Review with you! When I was in my mid-twenties, my wisdom teeth finally made their appearance, and I was so terrified of experiencing facial paralysis as a result of the surgery to remove them that I held off for years.

I don’t recommend doing that, by the way!

As my wisdom teeth grew in, my teeth began moving closer and closer together in an effort to make room for them. There was NOT enough room, however, and not only did I end up with crowded teeth, but my wisdom teeth became impacted.

When I finally did have that surgery, I did experience partial facial paralysis for about six months – but that wasn’t the worst part…my teeth were still crowded after having my impacted wisdom teeth removed. And it sucks. I had a difficult time flossing because there is no room in between my teeth, so the floss doesn’t easily slide between them.

In fact, I often end up with bleeding gums because of this! Which as you can guess, leads to me not flossing regularly.

So I was really excited to learn that I was chosen to do a Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser review, because it’s being touted as the easy and more effective way to floss. It’s perfect for anyone with braces, implants, crowns, bridges, or periodontal pockets, but I just have to worry about my crowded teeth.

Waterpik Water Flossers are the only brand clinically proven to be more effective than traditional dental floss and Sonicare Air Floss for reducing plaque, gingivitis, and gum disease. The Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser is said to be the ultimate in water flossing performance because it features ten pressure settings, a contemporary design that is smaller and quieter than previous models, a covered reservoir with in-lid tip storage, and six unique tips.

I have been using the Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser for 5 days now and so far, I really like it – it actually does what it says it will! It’s no wonder that the Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser is the number one recommended Water Flosser model among dental professionals.

Some of the awesome features of the Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser are:

  • Advanced pressure control system with 10 settings
  • Reservoir capacity of 90 seconds+
  • Can be used with water or your favorite mouthwash
  • Covered reservoir with built-in tip storage
  • Three-year warranty
Now, I have only been using my Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser for a few days, but there is a guarantee that you will see healthier gums in 14 days! I can’t wait until I reach that point to see how much improvement there is! The Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser has been clinically proven to be 50% more effective than traditional dental floss and 80% more effective than Sonicare Air Floss for gingivitis treatment, so that is a big relief when thinking about my oral hygiene. My father suffered from gum disease and ended up with dentures before he was even 50 because of that!
The Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser was proven in laboratory tests to remove 99.9% of plaque from treated areas with a 3 second application, so it’s no wonder that it removes bacteria deep between teeth and below the gumline where brushing and traditional flossing can’t reach!
The Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser retails for $59.99, but right now, you can snag a great coupon for oral health products from Waterpik on their website, or make sure to like the Waterpik Facebook page and follow them on Twitter for up to date promotions!
I received a sample product and compensation for my review, but all opinions are my own!
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