WaterFlossers.org Fills in the Gap After Evidence Suggests Dental Floss has Little Effect

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WaterFlossers.org has released a new set of water flosser articles after evidence suggesting that regular dental floss has little-to-no effect on oral health.

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I think this new release of articles is exactly what people need to finally ditch their floss for one of these machines.

Upon the request of the Associated Press for the government to release their evidence that flossing is beneficial for a person’s oral health, under the Freedom of Information Act, people were shocked earlier this August to find that the government responded to the Associated press that the “effectiveness of flossing had never been researched, as required.” The Associated Press then started to compile a list of research done on flossing, the result being that the evidence was very unreliable or low quality, and the vast majority of research done was biased in the first place.

The team at WaterFlossers.org took it upon themselves to release a new set of articles geared towards helping the people that want to transition from regular flossing to something that is actually proven to help in a variety of ways.

Water flossers have been around for a while. These machines use water pressure to clean 99% of bacteria from the mouth and helps prevent gum disease and gingivitis. Depending on the model of flosser, these machines can also be more cost effective than their dental floss counterparts over the span of a year as well.

The spokesman of the company, Jeffrey Atkins, gave a few words after hearing the slew of news stations and articles reporting on this oral hygiene game changer. “I think most Americans are relieved at the news. Dental flossing was painful, ineffective, and difficult to reach every area of the mouth. What really makes water flossers great is the soothing sensation that comes with using them to clean teeth effortlessly. I think this new release of articles is exactly what people need to finally ditch their floss for one of these machines.”

The collection of review articles takes into account, effectiveness, price, and up-to-date technology to comprise the top 10 list of water flossers for 2016. The list also shows people where they can find each model for the lowest price available online or in-store.

Atkins believes firmly that people will be seeking a nice alternative to flossing once the news gets out across the country. Anyone interested in learning more about water flossers can also visit their home page and browse the various models they recommend.

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