Best Power Dental Flossers in 2020



Waterpik Water Flosser Electric Dental Countertop Oral Irrigator for Teeth, Aquarius Professional, WP-660/660C, White, 1 Count Review:


Fifty-odd years ago when I was a kid, my parents bought WaterPiks for me and my two brothers. Over the years mine got lost during moves for school and work and, frankly, I'd forgotten about it. A couple years ago, I started having problems with sore/bleeding gums and--no matter how often I brushed--my mouth always felt like the bottom of a birdcage. Then, I remembered my childhood WaterPik. Just in time for one of Amazon's sales!
I ordered the Aquarius model, and have used it twice-daily for a week. Guess what? No more bleeding gums! And after every use, my mouth feels like it was cleaned by a dental hygienist. Love, love, love this thing, and it's super easy to use!
After reading numerous reviews here, I have to say that it makes a low, vibrating noise when in use but it's not loud (I have hyper-sensitive hearing and can't bear loud noises). If your unit gets moldy, it's because you didn't take 30 seconds to empty the tank and drain the line after each use. Try adding a couple ounces of mouthwash into the water tank when you use it and--just like you can your coffee maker--once in a while run some white vinegar thru the tank followed by two tanks of clear water. It's not rocket science.
Those who reported it "leaking" from the bottom of the cleaning tip probably just didn't have it seated correctly. It has to snap into place on the wand, but if you aren't paying attention and press the "release" button on the wand instead of the "on" button to start the water flowing then, yeah, it'll leak from the bottom. Just snap it back into place and give your Therapy Llama a break.
Water going everywhere? Don't turn it on until the cleaning tip is in your mouth, and then keep your mouth closed around it like you're supposed to.
Seriously folks, I used one of these when I was seven years old and didn't have any of these problems.
Buy one. You'll love it. I'll never be without a WaterPik again!



Water Flosser Professional Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator - Portable and Rechargeable IPX7 Waterproof 3 Modes Water Flosser with Cleanable Water Tank for Home and Travel, Braces & Bridges Care Review:


Initially I thought the normal setting jet spray at 100 psi was too strong but it is true that your teeth/gums quickly get used to it. I have been using it several times a day for about a month and would DEFINITELY recommend this product. My teeth appeared whiter after 2-3 weeks. I also practice coconut oil pulling which also whitens teeth and I wasn’t expecting further whitening affect. I always had yellow tinge on the sides of top molars for years and years and read that residual plaque/biofilm will cause this yellow tinge. So happy that water flossing has completely removed the tinge.
It is true that no matter how diligently I brushed I always noticed tiny traces of biofilm at gum line but not so after using this water flosser. The size is convenient for traveling although I have to refill the chamber (even for 1 session) I don’t mind because it means I can gradually increase the water temperature for the subsequent session(s).
I am very pleased with this product and am even considering buying a second one to leave/use at the office.

UPDATE June 25, 2018. I have reduced my initial 5 star rating to 1 star because it has stopped working effectively after only 8 weeks. The power behind the water jet just suddenly diminished (mid-use) and no longer cleans. Like most people, I HATE wasting my money on a product that just works fantastically for 2 months! Not good and not fair on the consumer.

UPDATE June 28, 2018. I put my rating back to 5 stars (from 1) solely because this sellers customer service is EXCELLENT.
My device worked well for about 2 months and then just started to emit a weak water jet/spray that wasn't cleaning teeth at all. I hope my device was just a rogue one but I can tell you that the seller immediately contacted me and provided a refund. I sense they care about receiving honest feedback, will attempt to address such rogue occurrences and care about their customer-satisfaction. Many thanks to them.



Water Flosser Professional Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator - 300ML Portable and Rechargeable IPX7 Waterproof 3 Modes Water Flosser with Cleanable Water Tank for Home and Travel, Braces & Bridges Care Review:


Initially I thought the normal setting jet spray at 100 psi was too strong but it is true that your teeth/gums quickly get used to it. I have been using it several times a day for about a month and would DEFINITELY recommend this product. My teeth appeared whiter after 2-3 weeks. I also practice coconut oil pulling which also whitens teeth and I wasn’t expecting further whitening affect. I always had yellow tinge on the sides of top molars for years and years and read that residual plaque/biofilm will cause this yellow tinge. So happy that water flossing has completely removed the tinge.
It is true that no matter how diligently I brushed I always noticed tiny traces of biofilm at gum line but not so after using this water flosser. The size is convenient for traveling although I have to refill the chamber (even for 1 session) I don’t mind because it means I can gradually increase the water temperature for the subsequent session(s).
I am very pleased with this product and am even considering buying a second one to leave/use at the office.

UPDATE June 25, 2018. I have reduced my initial 5 star rating to 1 star because it has stopped working effectively after only 8 weeks. The power behind the water jet just suddenly diminished (mid-use) and no longer cleans. Like most people, I HATE wasting my money on a product that just works fantastically for 2 months! Not good and not fair on the consumer.

UPDATE June 28, 2018. I put my rating back to 5 stars (from 1) solely because this sellers customer service is EXCELLENT.
My device worked well for about 2 months and then just started to emit a weak water jet/spray that wasn't cleaning teeth at all. I hope my device was just a rogue one but I can tell you that the seller immediately contacted me and provided a refund. I sense they care about receiving honest feedback, will attempt to address such rogue occurrences and care about their customer-satisfaction. Many thanks to them.



Water Flosser Professional Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator - 300ML Portable and Rechargeable IPX7 Waterproof 3 Modes Water Flosser with Cleanable Water Tank for Home and Travel, Braces & Bridges Care Review:


Initially I thought the normal setting jet spray at 100 psi was too strong but it is true that your teeth/gums quickly get used to it. I have been using it several times a day for about a month and would DEFINITELY recommend this product. My teeth appeared whiter after 2-3 weeks. I also practice coconut oil pulling which also whitens teeth and I wasn’t expecting further whitening affect. I always had yellow tinge on the sides of top molars for years and years and read that residual plaque/biofilm will cause this yellow tinge. So happy that water flossing has completely removed the tinge.
It is true that no matter how diligently I brushed I always noticed tiny traces of biofilm at gum line but not so after using this water flosser. The size is convenient for traveling although I have to refill the chamber (even for 1 session) I don’t mind because it means I can gradually increase the water temperature for the subsequent session(s).
I am very pleased with this product and am even considering buying a second one to leave/use at the office.

UPDATE June 25, 2018. I have reduced my initial 5 star rating to 1 star because it has stopped working effectively after only 8 weeks. The power behind the water jet just suddenly diminished (mid-use) and no longer cleans. Like most people, I HATE wasting my money on a product that just works fantastically for 2 months! Not good and not fair on the consumer.

UPDATE June 28, 2018. I put my rating back to 5 stars (from 1) solely because this sellers customer service is EXCELLENT.
My device worked well for about 2 months and then just started to emit a weak water jet/spray that wasn't cleaning teeth at all. I hope my device was just a rogue one but I can tell you that the seller immediately contacted me and provided a refund. I sense they care about receiving honest feedback, will attempt to address such rogue occurrences and care about their customer-satisfaction. Many thanks to them.



Cordless Water Flosser Teeth Cleaner, Nicefeel 300ML 2 Tip Cases Portable and USB Rechargeable Oral Irrigator for Travel, IPX7 Waterproof, 3-Mode Water Flossing with 4 Jet Tips for Home Review:


My dentist has wanted me to get a water pick for a long time and I put it off because they’re expensive and cumbersome. After a recent visit, I found out I’m suffering bone loss and loose ligaments due to a connective tissue Dx. My teeth and gums are healthy but... I may well lose all my teeth. Terrified I finally ordered a water pick. I wanted one I would use and even travel with. So far this has been fantastic. It holds just enough water to last just until I’m getting tired of using it. I use warm water and add just a half teaspoon or so of Listerine for sensitive teeth. Note: you can’t wamder around the house while using this thing. You have to kind of hang over the sink and let mouthfuls of water spill out into the basin. The first use may be a bit surprising because the water accumulates in your mouth quickly. A couple of tries and you’ll get the hang of it. I wouldn’t recommend for anyone who has trouble spitting or swallowing.



Waterpik Water Flosser Electric Dental Countertop Oral Irrigator For Teeth Aquarius Professional, WP 662 Black Review:


Fifty-odd years ago when I was a kid, my parents bought WaterPiks for me and my two brothers. Over the years mine got lost during moves for school and work and, frankly, I'd forgotten about it. A couple years ago, I started having problems with sore/bleeding gums and--no matter how often I brushed--my mouth always felt like the bottom of a birdcage. Then, I remembered my childhood WaterPik. Just in time for one of Amazon's sales!
I ordered the Aquarius model, and have used it twice-daily for a week. Guess what? No more bleeding gums! And after every use, my mouth feels like it was cleaned by a dental hygienist. Love, love, love this thing, and it's super easy to use!
After reading numerous reviews here, I have to say that it makes a low, vibrating noise when in use but it's not loud (I have hyper-sensitive hearing and can't bear loud noises). If your unit gets moldy, it's because you didn't take 30 seconds to empty the tank and drain the line after each use. Try adding a couple ounces of mouthwash into the water tank when you use it and--just like you can your coffee maker--once in a while run some white vinegar thru the tank followed by two tanks of clear water. It's not rocket science.
Those who reported it "leaking" from the bottom of the cleaning tip probably just didn't have it seated correctly. It has to snap into place on the wand, but if you aren't paying attention and press the "release" button on the wand instead of the "on" button to start the water flowing then, yeah, it'll leak from the bottom. Just snap it back into place and give your Therapy Llama a break.
Water going everywhere? Don't turn it on until the cleaning tip is in your mouth, and then keep your mouth closed around it like you're supposed to.
Seriously folks, I used one of these when I was seven years old and didn't have any of these problems.
Buy one. You'll love it. I'll never be without a WaterPik again!



Cordless Water Flosser Teeth Cleaner The [2019] Best Water Flosser Pik, New Model, Professional Dental Water Jet BY (B. WEISS) Cordless Dental Oral Irrigator with 3 Modes For Travel, Braces & Bridges Review:


 I have been using a water flosser for years now. Can’t live without it. I needed a compact one so that I can take it with me everywhere. Order this water flosser and very satisfied with it. It’s lightweight and compact, yet functions as a standard water flosser. Comfortable to hold in hand, has good water pressure and options to adjust it. Easy to open the water tank and fill it with water. Good cleaning results, I am very happy with this product. Ended up using it daily at home, not only when traveling.



Cordless Water Flosser Teeth Cleaner, [NEWEST 2019] High Plus Rechargable Portable Oral Irrigator For Travel, Braces & Bridges Care,IPX7 Waterproof With 6 Interchangeable Jet Tips Review:


I've only had it for about a week, so who knows in time, but for now, I like it. (This is my first water flosser, so it's been a learning curve thus far.)

Pros:
* Reservoir holds enough for me.
* Charges easily, and holds a charge for days. (I'm still on my first charge, a week in.)
* Easy to remove base for cleaning, but also a refill hole for quick refills daily.
* Lightweight. I thought it looked pretty big, but it's not heavy, so that's good.
* Seriously hard blast. Comes out fast and hard, so it's gonna blast any debris out.
* Doesn't take up a ton of space on the sink, and looks pretty good.

Cons:
* Seriously hard blast. Comes out fast and hard, so it hurts when you hit anything but teeth. Under tongue is the worst!.

This is my first water flosser, so it was a learning curve for me. Multiple mirror and sink wipe downs, and many tongue attacks later, I think I've got the hang of it.

Tips I found helped:
* Use lukewarm water. Cold water blasting your teeth can hurt.
* I set the thing in my mouth, on the tooth I want to start with, then start it.
* I found moving my head, rather than the tool worked better.
* Turn it Off, before repositioning for the next area. Trying to adjust it to a new area while still on, results in a lot of soft tissue pain, and runs the water out faster, with no benefit.
* Be careful of that On button. It's a feather touch, and I've blasted the mirror twice by turning it on accidentally.

Overall, I like it. It looks good, feels good, holds sufficient water, and is easy to fill and clean. It seems to be working well and if my tongue is any indication, it could cut glass with the blast. Keep a towel handy if you're new to this, and give it a week before you review it. I might have used some different words on day one. : )



Cordless Water Flosser Teeth Cleaner,Rechargeable Portable Dental Oral Irrigator for Travel and Home, IPX7 Waterproof, 3 Adjustable Pressure Settings with 4 Jet Tips Review:


This is my first time using a water flosser, having said that, it took me time and lots of practice to use it without water flying everywhere. Using it every day its key to becoming better at it and of course, it becomes easier to use.
One important key is to learn how to put it inside your mouth without making the water go everywhere.
So start with the lowest pressure setting, lean over the sink, place tip in your mouth, turn unit on then close lips enough to prevent splashing, let water flow from your mouth into sink.
At first, it hurt my gums while using it, but after a couple of days of use, the feeling it's gone.

It comes with four nozzle attachments for you to try, very easy to attach or remove, one of the nozzles has a soft tip that I found difficult to use but that is just me I guess. I like the nozzle with the small brush at the tip of it, I think it makes it easier to feel where you are placing it in between your teeth.

I wish the water lasts longer? As you need to add water several times while flossing, or maybe I need to be quicker while using it.

The device comes with a usb cable for you to charge it, I have not recharged the device again after seven days of use, so I think that is ok.
The company states that it charges in 4 hours.

The flosser has multiple speeds, normal soft and pulse, I found that the normal speed works best because it’s the stronger water pressure to clean your entire mouth. Think of it as giving your gums a daily shower.
Overall I give this device a five star.



Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser Rechargeable Portable Oral irrigator for Travel & Home – Cordless Advanced, Wp-560 White Review:


Pros:
Portable
Three speeds: slow (dribbling), medium (drooling), high (uncontrollable slobbering)
Multiple piks and brushes
Long battery life
Easy to chase siblings out into the hall (old waterpiks with hoses kept water fights confined to bathroom)

Cons:
Water reservoir is small--constantly needs refilling
Extra color-coded piks would be nice

Comments:
In some ways this is a quantum leap over the old-style Waterpik, the kind with the large water reservoir and hose. It's sleeker, more powerful, and it doesn't tether you to a small space. After all, with that old reservoir-and-hose system, when you sprayed your sister with the Waterpik she could just run out into the hall, and there was no way to go after her as she taunted you from around the corner. This new cordless version solves that and a few other problems. Sadly, it introduces some of its own.

Namely: because this device is portable, the water reservoir is small. On 'High' speed (just push the power button once, no need to hold it down) it'll pump the reservoir dry in less than a minute (49.73 seconds, to be precise). But because every action has an equal and ridiculous reaction, be warned: on high speed the water will be pouring out of your mouth so fast you'll need to stand near a sink, ideally with a towel wrapped around you. (Don't get me started on mirror splatter.)

Even the slower speeds are rather fast, and if you start wandering around the house with this thing on and in your mouth your family members will flee as you stagger their way, mumbling "water iss onleef neef urrg murpfh glurbin!" before you lurch back toward the bathroom like a gibbering, slobbering baboon.

Then they will laugh.

But hey, what better way to teach your kids that oral hygiene can be fun, right? After all, it's going to take the little ones exactly .34234 seconds to realize that what you've just told them is a "water flossing device" is clearly a fancy squirt gun. (Silly dad!) Believe me, they'll be fighting over who gets to "floss first" hours before bedtime.

But ... at least the reservoir empties quickly.

Does it work? Yea. Too well. If I designed this, I'd require the user to hold down the power button (instead of just pushing it once), so when you release it the water stops immediately. As it is now, once it's on, it's on. And if you can't find the off button when your mouth starts overflowing you'll invariably panic. Then, without thinking, you'll take the Waterpik (remember, it's still on) out of your mouth to look for the button, which of course causes water to spray everywhere, including in your eyes and up your nose, until you finally manage turn it off. Or the reservoir runs out. (Which--have I mentioned?--happens fast.)

And that sound? It's your family, gasping for air.

So there you go. The new Waterpik Cordless Advanced Water Flosser. Fun for the whole family.