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Anjou Cordless Water Dental Flosser/Water Pick $37.49(OOS), 6-in-1 Blackhead Remover Kit $8.24 + Post (Free $39+/Prime) @ Amazon

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Anjou PCA028 Cordless Water Dental Flosser SOLD OUT was $49.99 Now $37.49 with Code 3CEFNBNH

Generous Capacity: Holds enough water for 90 seconds of continuous flossing
Comprehensive Cleaning: Pumps from the 360° rotating nozzle at a frequency of up to 1800 times per minute
Smart Features: LCD battery indicator, non-slip silicone handle, improved leak-proof design & cordless
Quick & Easy Cleaning: fully washable with an easy to remove tank offers quick cleaning; we recommend
IPX7 waterproof: Save time by using this flosser in your shower
3 Flossing Modes: 30-110 Water Pressure PSI Range:

  • Normal mode for daily use
  • Soft mode for sensitive teeth & gums
  • Pulse mode for massaging gums to improve blood flow

Anjou PCA004 6-in-1 Blackhead Remover Kit was $10.99 Now $8.24 with Code 869WMO5G

A Useful Skin Care Kit: A cleaner and more hygienic way than your fingers to remove impurities
6 Tools for a Clearer Complexion: 6 differently sized bottlenecks, needles, and tweezers help you handle acne
Ergonomically Shaped Stainless Steel: Durable with a rust-resistant stainless steel and anti-slip handle
Convenience for Traveling: Leather package with integrated mirror is convenient for storage and transport
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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Are these actually better than regular dental floss for your teeth?

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      I have the waterpik one and whilst the packaging claims it’s more effective than normal flossing, dentists generally recommend you still use regular floss as well.

    • +15 votes

      Dental clinician here…

      If we assume that people used string/ribbon floss perfectly and regularly, then no, use of a water flosser is not superior to dental floss.

      However, most people are absolute jack shit about doing it right (they just go click click click when it's click wrap slide then wrap against the other surface and slide again, THEN move onto the next space), which means they're not very motivated to do it regularly.

      I've since moved to recommending interdental brushes (popular brands are Piksters and Tepes), which a patient uses like a toothpick to get the space, and then they can use a floss pick to get where the teeth touch.

      For the extra lazy (ahem, like myself), a water flosser is better than nothing.

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        I painfully perform this ritual (diagram) on each gap between my teeth each night.
        Might give it a miss then?

        • +3 votes

          If it's painful, then you should probably ask your dentist/hygienist to review your technique. It should not be that uncomfortable.

          That said… I don't know if I'd go to the dentist right now unless you have to. >_>; Sorry my colleagues, but times are dangerous right now! D:

        • +1 vote

          my dentist said there is evidence that flossing too often contributed to gum infection/disease.

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            @ripprind: Flossing too often and too aggressively has certainly caused issues. There was a set of xrays discussed in the community where a patient literally sawed grooves into their teeth from an excessively aggressive flossing technique.

            Furthermore, patients flossing with improper technique are forcing things down into the gums, rather than actually cleaning. Using interdental brushes to get what's trapped in the space and then a floss pick to loosen up whatever is caught between teeth means this is unlikely to occur.

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          I personally use floss, mouthwash and then the waterpik and brush teeth and clean tongue…I do this in the hopes of whatever food particles are not dislodged or still stuck around the surface teeth are subsequently removed with the next step.

          That said… Be careful not go berserk on your teeth or gums…

  • +34 votes

    Can also be used as a portable bidet in times of crisis

  • +1 vote

    Thanks xev, got the Dental Flosser.

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    How does this compare to other Water Flossers?

  • +4 votes

    I bought both… for some reason.

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    Do the jet tips ever need changing, and if so how often?

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      I've had this for 3 months now and with everyday use I'm still on my first tip. Still works fine, I'm not really sure when you are supposed to change it. Maybe it wears out more if you stick it somewhere else…

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        Same here (different brand). Not sure how the tip wears out. Maybe if it was the non standard ones with brushes etc

  • +1 vote

    Cordless ones are generally not worth using, don't have anywhere near enough power. Much better to get any of the water-pik style ones

  • +1 vote

    I've noticed these come down in price, I glass every night but for the price I've been curious
    I'd prefer to see some reviews from OzB buyers tho :/

  • +4 votes

    Does anyone else think of George's parents from Seinfeld when they see waterpicks?

    Estelle: You're not giving away our Waterpik!
    Frank: SERENITY NOW!

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    Thanks OP, got the flosser

  • +1 vote

    I've had one of these flossers for a few months now and they work great. I can't compare it to other water flossers but I found it easy to use and it has good pressure. After getting used to it I only need to refill the water once each session. Unsure about the long term quality of these but still very worth it at this price.

    • +2 votes

      I was just like you. Then I went to the dentist one day and found out I had gum disease because I didn't floss, so not really the best advice to give here.

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    Oooh not a bad price for a portable Bidet…

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    Very cheap and has a much much bigger water tank as compared to the Philips Sonicare water floss I got many years ago. This is for lazy people, including me. Not as effective as dental floss or interdental brushes though.

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    no stock?

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    Can mods put a strike through on the water pick in the heading? Leaving it as is makes it little more than click bait for the secondary offer.

  • +2 votes

    Product received and the quality is superb and it works surprisingly good.