Waterpik Complete Care Water Flosser and Sonic Toothbrush (WP-900)

April 25, 2015 - Comment

Now all of your brushing and flossing needs can be accomplished with the Waterpik complete care water flosser and sonic toothbrush (WP-900) device that saves counter space and power outlets. So don’t just brush, go complete. The easy and more effective alternative. Product Features More Effective Brushing and Flossing in One Device! Healthier gums in just 14

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Now all of your brushing and flossing needs can be accomplished with the Waterpik complete care water flosser and sonic toothbrush (WP-900) device that saves counter space and power outlets. So don’t just brush, go complete. The easy and more effective alternative.

Product Features

  • More Effective Brushing and Flossing in One Device! Healthier gums in just 14 days!
  • Clinically proven to remove up to 52% more effective for removing plaque and up to 70% more effective for improving gum health vs. Sonicare Flexcare
  • A unique combination of water pressure and pulsations cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline where regular flossing can’t reach
  • Premium Hard-Sided Toothbrush Travel Case Included
  • This unit is compatible with a 120VAC/60Hz outlet and is for use in North America Only

Comments

Luis Perez says:

Great if slightly messy product No complaints. This was easy to set up and start using. It does take a little while to get used to using the water flosser if you haven’t used one before, and honestly, it’s easy to get the whole bathroom wet with this thing. The instructions say to “just let the water flow freely out of your mouth,” but when I try that, some water tends to stream down the handle and onto my hand and then down my arm and often down my leg. Maybe I’m not doing it right. In any case, it will get your teeth and gums clean and the brush is excellent, too. The travel case is nice and the battery will last a coupe of weeks. Great for all but the longest trips away from home. 

MJ Cougar says:

Flush Away with the Pulse and then Let the Brush do the Work After many years of manual brushing, I took the chance on one of those rotary pulsating brushes, Oral B to B exact. That was my first venture in powered tooth brushing and not my last. That brush lasted about three years; twelve brush heads and around $120 later, I went into the ultra-sonic field of brushing. Sonicare was the best brush experience I had to date in my middle aged life. That brush too lasted around 3 and even possibly 4 years. Although the replacement brush heads were much more costly than the Oral B ones, and ultamitly the replacement cost of the brush heads is what drove me back to purchase another Oral B rotary type tooth brush. 

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