WaterFlosser.org Breaks the Skepticism by Responding to an Article by DentistryIQ on Water Flossers

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In response to an article published by DentristyIQ, Waterflosser.org provides support to why water flossers are the superior tool in anyone’s oral healthcare arsenal.

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People need to understand the tests have already been done and water flossers are proven to eliminate 99.99% of plaque in the mouth after each use.

Water flossers are machines that have been out for quite some time. Their purpose is to clean the mouth by pulsating water pressure through the teeth and around the gums to keep the mouth plaque and bacteria free. The tool is intended to replace the outdated and inefficient method of using dental floss.
The online resource for oral care, DentistryIQ, released an article that supports the claims that water flossers are something people can rely on if they dispel their skepticism on the new system of flossing.

The team at WaterFlosser.org, a company that provides people with reviews for the best water flossers on the market, has become quite popular in recent years. With the rise in plaque and other mouth-based health issues, people are looking for newer and better ways to stay healthy in 2016, one answer is water flossers.

Since these machines use water pressure, they can reach every part of the mouth, a task which is simply impossible with regular dental floss. However, there has also been some skepticism about the new machine and its effectiveness with people that are unfamiliar with the device. As a direct response to the article, advocating the use of water flossers, WaterFlosser.org gave some comments on the subject.

The spokesman for WaterFlosser.org, Jeffrey Atkins stated “People need to understand the tests have already been done and water flossers are proven to eliminate 99.99% of plaque in the mouth after each use. Not only are they more efficient but since these machines come so cheaply, people will actually save money in the long-run as well.”

All the figures seem to check out when it comes to these inexpensive dental machines as well as the claim that they save money. Since they can be as cheap as 40 dollars, people don’t have to continuously buy new packs of dental floss or picks.

Atkins and his team encourage people to read about these machines and what they can do for oral hygiene on their site. They provide free reviews on different water flossers for anyone looking to have a healthy smile. Their reviews are intended to inform people about the benefits of each model and shows them exactly where to find the best prices as well.

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