Maybe you will be told by your dentist to take good care of your teeth and pay attention to oral hygiene.If you are not looking after your teeth well,will be get a stern telling off from your dentist and start needing fillings, or your risk your teeth decaying and falling out.But honestly, flossing is a pain. It not only takes time,but also cause damage to your gum tissues due to the improper operation.
Thankfully, there is an easier option – water flosser!
What is Water Flosser?
A water flosser is a device which jets a thin flow of water at your teeth or gums, deeply reaching the hidden parts,removing food debris and plaque. It is also sometimes called a water pick or oral irrigator. They can be battery or mains-powered, and require a feed of water, either straight from the tap or a reservoir.
How to Effectively Use Water Flosser?
Water flossers are very easy to use. There are several different types of water flossers on the market, but all typically work in the same manner.Here are basic tips for proper operation to ramp up your hygiene routine:
- Select your tip and connect it to the device.
- Fill the reservoir with water in preparation for use. Use clean, filtered water when possible.If you have sensitive teeth, use lukewarm water instead of cold.Then, close the lid to ensure sufficient pressure.
- Make sure the pressure switch is located just to the left of 0 pressure (many customers are not concerned about this.) Turn the pressure switch to the desired pressure level.
- You can close your lips to prevent the water splashing but do allow the water to drain out into the sink.Direct the water at your gum line and the areas between your teeth, moving it along so that your whole mouth is treated.Pause briefly intermittently to spit out excess water that accumulates during the flossing process.
- Once you are done, turn off the device, remove the tip and drain any water remaining in the tank.
- Remember to clean your water flosser after every session, to ensure it remains hygienic.
- Don't let the water aim at throat or eyes.
- Could be filled with warm water or add mouthwash.
- You had better close most of your mouth to avoid the water spray off.
- Change new nozzles every 3 month is healthier.
- Soft mode would be recommended for first-time users or sensitive teeth. After adapting to it, you can use the other mode you want.
- If you are sharing this machine with your family, make sure you each use separate attachments, for proper hygiene
How Often Should You Use Water Flosser?
In general, whether you use dental floss or water, dentists recommend that you floss your teeth daily. Water flossing takes hardly any time, so to maintain optimal oral health we recommend using a water flosser every day, alongside brushing twice daily.
Water Flosser at Turewell
You should now have more of an understanding of water flossers and how to use them. If you are interested in purchasing one, take a look at Turewell water flosser on our website.Compared with regular toothbrush, toothpick or floss which can't reach the hidden parts, TUREWELL teeth water flosser with 360° rotating nozzles and up to 1700 times/min water pulsation can deeply reach the hidden parts,then remove 99.99% food debris and can massage gum to efficiently prevent tooth decay, dental calculus, gingival bleeding and dental hypersensitivity. Professional and orthodontic flossers for braces/kids.