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?
Vertical Media: Is this a water pik promotional video ? Seems a bit like an advertisement
Google Smoogle: Should anything else be used in the waterpik? I have heard of people mixing in hydrogen peroxide but wouldn't that destroy gum tissue more? What about baking soda or tea tree oil?
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.
Native722: So we are suppose to fill up with warm water?
Tristan Olson: Yeah... So I used to JUST brush not floss are anything, cause at the time I didn't know the consequences then one day my gums started bleeding, today I got it checked and found it it's gum disease, luckily it's just the first stage which is reversible, heh.
Tommy Harris: Interdental brushes are FAR superior - they are quicker, silent and not messy.
Body By PT: Do you still need to brush if you start using a waterpik?
How to use a Waterpik to help Stop GUM DISEASE at home w/ Libertyville IL Dentist Dr. Sam Weisz5
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