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Wholesale Cordless Smart Water Flosser Countertop Oral Irrigator

Even when we know something is good for us, it can still be so challenging to get into the habit of doing it, even if their dentist or hygienist reminds them every six months! Many people don’t realize that there are other options available for them to reach those difficult-to-reach areas between their teeth and around their gums. A water flosser is one great option. This at-home flosser uses a jet of water to remove plaque, food particles, and bacteria from between the teeth and below the gumline.

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Cordless Cleaning Electric Dental Tooth Water Flosser

Dental floss is the most important thing, next to brushing, for maintaining good oral hygiene. This is an effective method for the removal of plaque and debris from between the two teeth, where a toothbrush may fail to reach because of tight contact between the two adjacent teeth. So it can also be referred to as an interdental cleaner. Most dentists agree that the combination of brushing and flossing is the most effective way of removing plaque from all surfaces of the teeth. The Mtimes Water Flosser provides an easier way to keep you away from tooth decay and plaque.

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Portable Cordless Oral Irrigator Water Flosser

As we all know, the traditional way of cleaning our teeth only cleans the surface. Damage to your oral health is usually caused by dental residue. It can't clean the back side or the gaps or harmful bacteria that are hidden. So you need to choose a dental water jet flosser because it can clean deep into areas that are traditionally hard to reach. Whether you have gum disease, dexterity issues that make it hard to floss, wear an orthodontic appliance, or have braces, implants, bridges, or crowns, our water dental flosser makes a healthier smile possible.

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Portable and Rechargeable Cleaning Dental Tooth Oral Irrigator

Mtimes Water Flossers are at-home oral health appliances that use a jet of water to remove plaque, food particles, and bacteria from between our teeth and below our gumlines.

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