Introducing the Waterpik Ultra Plus Water Flosser

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  Posted by: The Probe      12th July 2020

The Waterpik Ultra Plus Water Flosser is the latest product in a long line of globally popular and clinically proven solutions.

The countertop model features 10 pressure settings and comes with 6 tips to meet the needs of a wide range of patients. Its high-volume reservoir capacity provides 90+ seconds of use, the in-lid storage helps to keep the tips clean and its 360-degree rotation ensures easy access to all areas of the mouth for maximum efficacy.

Like every Waterpik Water Flosser, this latest model removes up to 99.9 % of plaque from treated areas in just 3 seconds.[i],[ii] It has also been proven more effective for removing plaque, reducing gingival inflammation and bleeding than both string floss[iii] and interdental brushes.[iv]

Help your patients optimise their oral health with the new Waterpik Ultra Plus Water Flosser.

 

For more information on Waterpik® products please visit www.waterpik.co.uk. Waterpik® Ultra Plus Water Flosser is available online from Argos and Superdrug across the UK and Ireland.

To find out more, book a free Waterpik® Professional Lunch and Learn at
www.waterpik.co.uk/professional/lunch-learn/

 

[i] Gorur A, Lyle, DM, Schaudinn C, Costerton JW (2009) Biofilm removal with a dental water jet. Compend Contin Ed Dent. 30(Special Iss 1):1–6.

[ii] Cobb CM, Rodgers RL, Killoy WJ (1988) Ultrastructural examination of human periodontal pockets following the use of an oral irrigation device in vivo. J Periodontol. 59(3):155-163.

[iii] Barnes C.M. et al Comparison of irrigation to floss as an adjunct to tooth brushing: effect on bleeding, gingivitis, and supragingival plaque. J Clin Dent. 2005;16(3):71-7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16305005 [Accessed 31st March 2020]

[iv] Goyal C.R. et al. Comparison of water flosser and interdental brush on reduction of gingival bleeding and plaque: a randomized controlled pilot study. J Clin Dent 2016. 27: 23-26. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28390208 [Accessed 31st March 2020]


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