Waterpik Flosser Battery 1pc

Free shipping
105,22 €
Only 2 units at this price

Portable battery-operated irrigator for dental hygiene

Shipping in 24-72h
Trusted sellers
100% secure payment guaranteed 100% secure
payment guaranteed
Refund guaranteed for 14 days Refund guaranteed
for 14 days
Free shipping
105,22 €
Only 2 units at this price


It is the perfect complement to the toothbrush and serves to clean the mouth thoroughly. For many, it is the alternative to dental floss, either because they are lazy, because flossing causes bleeding gums or because they find it very annoying. An oral irrigator is more comfortable and capable of completely removing debris, germs and other elements that cause cavities, tartar or plaque. In addition, the pressurized water reaches places where neither toothbrush filaments nor dental floss can reach. It is especially indicated for people with orthodontics, implants or crowns, as well as for people with specific needs such as periodontal disease or with difficulty in handling interproximal brushes, strips and floss. It uses a jet of pressurized water to remove food debris, plaque, tartar and bacteria from the interdental area and near the gums. It is easier for these elements to accumulate in these areas, which can later cause problems.

Instructions for use

Fill the irrigator with water through the opening for this purpose, and in the first minutes of the irrigator's work, it is necessary to choose a mode of operation so that the liquid is applied under slight pressure and, after a while, you can increase the force at which the water jet comes out. This will allow the teeth to become accustomed to the pressure created by the water jet. Treat all available areas of teeth and gums.

The procedure should be performed slowly, taking into account each and every tooth. It is advisable to start the treatment from areas that can be easily reached. That is, insert the irrigator in the front part of the mouth, close the mouth and let the water flow out. Once the tip of the irrigator has been passed over each and every tooth in the front (and from top to bottom), turn the irrigator slightly sideways so that the molars and the rest of the teeth in the mouth can then be cleaned.

Pharmaceutical Advice

To maintain good oral hygiene, it is important to brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste two to three times a day, after meals and once at night. Each brushing should last at least 2 minutes to ensure proper cleaning. We can also complement our oral hygiene routine by using a tongue cleanser, an interdental brush and mouthwash.

We can also use devices such as oral irrigators to ensure deeper cleaning. These devices use an adjustable pressurised water system that helps to remove bacterial plaque that adheres to the surface of the teeth, the gingival margin and the interdental spaces. These areas are harder to reach by brushing exclusively, especially if you have implants, prostheses or orthodontics, or if you suffer from periodontal issues.

They are very easy to use and will help to achieve deeper oral cleansing that reduces inflammation and bleeding gums. It will also help to reduce bad breath, largely caused by bacteria in the oral cavity. Remember that it is important to have regular check-ups with your dentist to ensure good oral health and hygiene.



New in Brushes