Top 10 Oral Irrigators or Water Flossers

Water FlossersDo you brush your teeth on a regular basis? Do you use mouth wash and/or floss? Did you know that for most of the people that is not enough to keep their teeth and gums healthy? Well… now you do ;) Another important alternative answer for Oral Care is Water Pressure Flossing. Some people call these oral gadgets as Water Flossers, Dental Water Jets, or Oral Irrigators.

How do I know that Water Flossing is important? Well, I’d say there are two sure answers, proven Medical studies and my own experience. Water Jet Flossing is clinically proven to be up to 93 percent more effective than typical string flossing. I don’t know about you but to me that is more than enough of difference to consider using Oral Irrigators. There were many times when I brushed my teeth, string flossed, and used a mouth-wash. Then when I used a Jet Water Flosser I had so much left-over pieces of food come out that it impressed me every time.

Before my dentist deep cleaned my teeth I had lots of problems with my Oral Health. My gums would bleed from even a light brushing, string flossing, water flossing, and mouth-washing. My gums kept on getting easily infected by some left-over food that got stuck between my teeth which led to some swelling. My mouth would horribly and embarrassingly stink. Around some of my teeth I had some kind of dark crusty stuff growing. My mouth had some serious problems Periodontal disease (or Periodontitis) and Gingivitis.

According to Wikipedia “Periodontitis involves progressive loss of the alveolar bone around the teeth, and if left untreated, can lead to the loosening and subsequent loss of teeth”, and “Gingivitis (inflammation of the gum tissue) is a term used to describe non-destructive periodontal disease.”

Water flossing with an Oral Irrigator significantly reduced my Oral issues before the deep cleaning process and after. Whenever I got some piece of food stuck somewhere where I can’t get it with a toothbrush, mouth-wash, and/or string floss, the Oral Irrigator would immediately get it out and the swelling or irritation would immediately disappear. So, believe me, if you are not using a water flosser then your mouth is dirty. Don’t believe me? Just get one of these awesome water flossers below and see for yourself how much crap will come out even after brushing and string flossing.

Feel free to buy one of the Oral Irrigators locally too, I really don’t mind. If you’ll buy one of these Water Flossers below, then I’ll get compensated a little ;) Also, in the comment section below feel free to share your experience with Oral Irrigators or Water Flossers. Which ones did you buy or tried? I use the one that plugs into the power outlet and it has different kinds of speeds. I’d really like to hear about people’s experience with the water flossers that plug into the faucets. So, check it out, enjoy, and share about this article with others.

1. – Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
– 1,148 of 5-Star Reviews
– 97 1-Star Reviews
– Water pressure of 10 to 90 PSI with 1200 pulses/minute
– Includes 6 color-coded tips
Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser


2. – Panasonic Oral Irrigator EW-DJ10-A
– 87 of 5-Star Reviews
– 7 1-Star Reviews
– Water pressure of 1600 pulses/minute
– 2 Speeds
– Cordless
– Portable
Panasonic Oral Irrigator EW-DJ10-A


3. – Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless PLUS
– 71 of 5-Star Reviews
– 72 1-Star Reviews
– Dual Pressure
– Rechargeable (doesn’t require batteries)
Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless PLUS


4. – Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless Rechargeable WP-360W
– 72 of 5-Star Reviews
– 158 1-Star Reviews
– Rechargeable (doesn’t require batteries)
Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless Rechargeable WP-360W


5. – QuickBreeze – Dental Oral Irrigator
– 155 of 5-Star Reviews
– 5 1-Star Reviews
– No batteries needed
– Fits all standard US plumbing
QuickBreeze - Dental Oral Irrigator


6. – RediBreeze Oral Irrigator dental water jet
– 84 of 5-Star Reviews
– 1 1-Star Reviews
– No batteries needed
– Fits all standard US plumbing
RediBreeze Oral Irrigator dental water jet


7. – Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator
– 26 of 5-Star Reviews
– 8 1-Star Reviews
– 1 Like
– 44% more effective than non-magnetic oral irrigators
– Up to 64% more effective than non-magnetic oral irrigators
– Water pressure of 1200 pulses/minute
– Adjustable pressure for comfort preference
– 800ml measured reservoir
– Safe on the gingival tissue
– Maximum pressure at 60 psi
Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator


8. – WaterPik WP-60W Personal Dental Water Jet System
– 67 of 5-Star Reviews
– 52 1-Star Reviews
– Twice as effective as string floss for improving gum health
– Six water pressure settings
– Spacious reservoir
WaterPik WP-60W Personal Dental Water Jet System


9. – Showerbreeze, Chrome, 3 Foot Hose
– 87 of 5-Star Reviews
– 4 1-Star Reviews
– No tools needed
– Chrome Plated Brass
– Not Plastic
Showerbreeze, Chrome, 3 Foot Hose


10. – Interplak Dental Water Jet, 1 each
– 13 of 5-Star Reviews
– 15 1-Star Reviews
– 7 Setting Pressure Control
– Convenient extra long 3-foot hose
Interplak Dental Water Jet, 1 each

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Oral Irrigators or Water Flossers

  1. One good way to take care of your teeth is to rinse with kombucha
    thats right kombucha !!

  2. Dear Vladimir Yasmenko
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