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Reddit reviews on Waterpik Water Flosser Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator for Teeth with Portable Travel Bag and 3 Jet Tips, Cordless Freedom ADA Accepted, WF-03, White

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 5

We found 5 Reddit mentions of Waterpik Water Flosser Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator for Teeth with Portable Travel Bag and 3 Jet Tips, Cordless Freedom ADA Accepted, WF-03, White. Here are the top ones.

PORTABLE CONVENIENCE: Cordless Waterpik Water Flosser is designed for travel anywhere, use in the shower, and small bathroomsCLINICALLY PROVEN: Removes up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas and is up to 50% more effective than string floss for improving gum health - accepted by the American Dental Association (ADA)NO OUTLETS, NO CHARGING: Includes 3 AA batteries (no outlets or charging needed) - assuming daily use, replace batteries every 1 to 2 months, depending on quality of batteriesTRAVEL ACCESSORIES: For added convenience, Cordless Freedom Water Flosser includes a microfiber travel bag and a travel water plugFEATURES: 2 pressure settings ranging from 45 to 75 PSI, 1200 pulses per minute, 5-ounce water reservoir for 30 seconds of flossing time, 3 flossing tips, battery operated and portableSUPPORT & WARRANTY: Waterpik’s Fort Collins, Colorado support team is available to help with any product questions or needs. The Cordless Freedom Water Flosser is backed by a 1 year warranty.

Found 5 comments on Waterpik Water Flosser Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator for Teeth with Portable Travel Bag and 3 Jet Tips, Cordless Freedom ADA Accepted, WF-03, White:

u/SarcasticGirl27 · 2 pointsr/braces

waterpik cordless freedom

This is the one I bought. It’s listed on Amazon right now at $35.98. Do yourself a favor & buy a pack of AA batteries with it. It takes three to run it & they run out pretty quickly.

u/gallantlady · 2 pointsr/DentalHygiene


This is the electric toothbrush I use and recommend: Sonicare Flex Care Plus. It is cheapest at Costco but comes in a pack of 2. It's important to replace the brush head every 3-4 months. Sonicare now has a subscription service to automatically send you a new brush head when it's time to replace, or you can buy the brush heads when you need them; they come out to approx $9 each on amazon but you can get 6 for $50 at Costco and they oftentimes have a $10 instant rebate. If you need to use a manual toothbrush, I recommend the Nimbus manual toothbrush. These Wisps are really handy when you can't brush after eating.  


The floss I recommend is Dr. Tung's Smart Floss and you can use this  Floss Holder to make it easier to use. (Amazon only sells the floss in packs of 3 or 6 so if you want to purchase a single pack you can find it at Whole Foods, Bristol Farms, or Sprouts.) A Waterpik can also be a great tool, this one is a Handheld Waterpik and is more convenient to use. You can use it in the shower and it takes up less counter space. 


This Crest Gum and Sensitivity  paste is one of my favorites and I like Act Total Care mouthwash. When choosing a toothpaste or mouthwash, look for "sodium fluoride" as an active ingredient.  It's best to stay away from mouthwashes with alcohol in them and whitening/charcoal pastes because the abrasives in them can damage the teeth. If you use a whitening rinse with hydrogen peroxide, only use it 2-3 times per week to avoid making the gum tissue sensitive. Other than that, whatever you prefer is just fine.


For an inexpensive whitening treatment Crest White Strips are a good option.

u/lVlama · 2 pointsr/DentalHygiene

Waterpiks are excellent for cleaning deeper pockets. However, I understand the frustration of the mess. What I found that works great is getting a travel size water pick like this one and using it in the shower instead of the sink, kinda like that new shower tool. Keeping a mirror hung or suctioned to the shower wall can help with controlling the tip to follow along the gum line. There are also floss holders like this that help with dexterity. Electric toothbrushes are a total game changer too. They really help take most of the work out of brushing and have been consistantly proven to be more effective than a manual toothbrush. Tongue scrapers are AMAZING. They reduce the number of bacteria for plaque formation, reduce mouth odors, and show improvements for dry mouth, coated tongue, fissured tongue, or patients who use tobacco. I have found with my own experience that this type works the best for my patients. But you can find what works best for you personally, there are many different types out there. Hopefully this helped!