Snow Pine: I'm finally getting one of these. I actually do this in the shower, just let the water hit my teeth in the cracks to try and deal with mild pre- gum disease, it actually does help xD I never knew they actually had something for this. Someone said it's a good way to prevent tonsil stones too....guess I'll find out.
Lori Reece: These look incredibly intimidating to use!
D Mercer: Awesome! Thanks so much for a perfect demonstration.
sherry blackwood: The Water Pik is the only way to keep braces clean. For those of you that have arthritic hands and have lost manual dexterity, the Water Pik is great. Mine is battery operated. So no long tube to fight. With the Pik, you don't have to floss, then brush. The WP makes it one step.
hsucks: Which attachment do I use. There's a pickpocket and others?
SwollenRhino: salt water helps too
Venting Show: It would take me 3 minutes for my faucet to get slightly warm. No way am I wasting my time or the water, so I may have to use cold water instead.
Nila L: So I don't have to floss if I use this???
Carlos Roots: WARM water... now I know. Cold water felt like a damn ice pick.
ErgonomicChair: Awesome! How about the specialized Periodontal tip for the waterpick? I wouldn't mind a guide on how to use that attachment, as you are supposed to apparently actually probe it into the gum!
Hardy Boyz: skeet skeet
Nina Simone: Thanks for the video. I bought my first one at Costco and really had no idea how to use it. Thanks !
Preesha Chadha: This isn't like the clarisonic I can submerge in water, right? I would like to use this in the shower to prevent water splashing around
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Spill Burg: wish I had her teeth...mine are garbage
Andréas Remis Vegan Lifestyle: Do I do it on the inside and outside of each tooth?
Vertexe: Is this a water pik promotional video ? Seems a bit like an advertisement
PaducahDentalCare: Thanks for sharing. Waterpic. If you have crowns, partials or implants it is a good idea to add a waterpic to your daily routine. The pulsating water action helps to dislodge plaque between the crevices and gum line.
Mark DC: My DDS said this is wrong -- he said try to get ABOVE the gum line and shoot DOWN -- or I would drive gunk deeper. Maybe he was talking about my problems, and not yours. But it makes sense, try to get the junk OUT.
How to use a Waterpik to help Stop GUM DISEASE at home w/ Libertyville IL Dentist Dr. Sam Weisz5
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