Bestselling Dental Irrigators & Solutions in 2020
Portable Handheld Electric Water Flosser - Cordless Deep Clean Travel Dental Care Solution Power Oral Tooth Irrigator Floss System Teeth Cleaning Kit Set w/Jet Nozzle Tips - Pyle PHLOR44BK (Black)
Waterpik ADA Accepted WP-676 Aquarius Water Flosser
- First in category - Waterpik Water Flosser awarded the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance
- The Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser is the easy and more effective way to floss
- Features 10 pressure settings, 7 Waterpik water flossing tips, and 90 seconds of water capacity
- Enjoy healthier gums and brighter teeth in just a minute a day, essential for good oral hygiene and tooth care
- Compatible with 120VAC/60Hz outlets, for use in North America only. Any warranty will be voided through the sale and use of the product outside North America. Shipment outside of North America is prohibited by Waterpik.
EDTA Cleanser 17% Aqueous EDTA Solution 120 mL Liquid Bottle Ea
- 17% aqueous EDTA chelating agent
- Prepares dentinal walls for better adhesion of filling materials
- Unit dose packaging offers convenient and aseptic alternative, packaged with 27ga irrigating tips
- Various packaging options
Nicefeel Water Flosser - Water Flossing Dental Oral Irrigator with 10 Pressures, Supports 150 Seconds Cleaning, Dental Flosser with 7 Tips for Family
- REMOVE ALMOST 99% OF THE PLAQUE FOUND IN THE MOUTH! It has been proven clinically that it will remove up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas in just 3 seconds and is up to 50% more effective for improving gum health vs. string floss ! The Nicefeel professional water flosser provides excellent water flossing performance. It cleans deep between teeth and below the gum line where traditional brushing and flossing can't reach, using a unique combination of water pressure and pulsations.
- EASE OF USE. Brushing and flossing is now possible with one convenient device that saves counter space and power outlets. The 360 ROTATING DIRECTION CONTROL KNOB can adjust angle for cleaning all areas of your oral. This dental flosser offers professional results with ease of use and greater convenience. Comes with ADJUSTABLE PULSATING WATER PRESSURE settings, you can choose the appropriate pressure that best fits you!
- OWN HEALTHY GUMS, FRESH BREATH AND WHITER TEETH! This dental care product has got the ability to remove all the food particle and debris found between the teeth efficiently. This water flossers are an essential part of dental hygiene for people of all ages as it ensures that your teeth and gums will remain healthy for much longer. Nicefeel oral irrigator is significant oral health benefit for people with braces, implants, crowns, bridges, and veneers etc.
- ALL-IN-ONE DENTAL CURING DEVICE! Used in combination with both Sonic toothbrush and water flosser, this product offering gives users up to 3 times more efficacy than string floss and orthodontic tips when cleaning braces. With 35Oz High-volume Reservoir with Lid Covered & 7 kinds of Tips meet multiple needs.
- YOUR INVESTMENT IS FULLY GUARANTEED. We are confident that our dental flossers are manufactured under strict quality standards to give our customers best experience. Nicefeel is a professional brand providing advanced oral healthy products. For any problems, you can contact us and we will reply you immediately to solve all of your worries. In addition, we offer a FREE REPLACEMENT POLICY without any costs from your side and 1-YEAR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE, totally no risk for you!
Waterpik Cordless Advanced Water Flosser, Rose Gold
- First in category - Waterpik Water Flosser awarded the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance.
- Healthier Gums and Brighter Teeth in Just a Minute a Day!
- Advanced Cordless Water Flosser design with 3 pressure settings, 45 seconds of water capacity, and 4 flossing tips (2 Classic, 1 Plaque Seeker, 1 Orthodontic) for a variety of dental needs
- Rechargeable battery features a rapid magnetic charging system; convenient LED battery indicator lets you know when it's time to recharge. Pressure range: 45 to 75 PSI
- Portable water flosser is perfect for travel and includes a microfiber travel bag; global voltage compatible 100 - 240VAC, 60/50Hz
Pocket Care Irrigator (24g End-Port *Most Popular)
- 2 styles of Tips:
- End Opening: Sprays from the end of the cannula
- Twin-Side Opening: Rounded tip sprays from 2 openings on the side of cannula.
- Small 1/2 oz. Bottle (Great for 1 or 2 Pocket areas)
- Compact, easy to carry - great for work or travel.
JIN Countertop Oral Irrigator Professional Water Flosser with 600 Ml High-Volume Reservoir Stepless Voltage Regulation with 7 Jet Tip for Home Or Travel
PlaqClnz Oral Irrigator
- To Be Used with Professional Bathing Tubs ONLY. This item will not work with residential tubs or sinks.
- This item is Karla's Professional Choice!
Cordless Water Flosser Oral Irrigator - TURATA IPX7 Waterproof 3-Mode USB Rechargeable Professional Portable Dental Water Jet With 4 Jet Tips For Braces and Teeth Whitening, Travel and Home
- NEW UPGRADED SAFER DESIGN: Press the "On / Off" button for 1 second to turn it on which avoid starting or pausing accidentally.
- NO MORE LEAKING: Patented anti-leak design brings much better using experience and IPX7 waterproof makes you can safely use it in a bathroom or even shower.
- USB RECHARGABLE AND PORTABLE: Built-in 1500mAh rechargable lithium battery, no need to replace the battery frequently, fully charged in 4-6 hours, and lasts for 15-day use. Sized 77 x 56 x 200mm, 220g in weight, very portable and easy to carry during travel. ideal gift for travel enthusiasts.
- EFFECTIVE DEEP CLEAN: Normal, Soft, Pulse 3 modes for choice(40-100 PSI & 1700 pulses per minute), the strong water jet can remove even stubborn food scraps and ensures a clean feeling in the mouth, allow you to prevent bad breath and improve gum health.
- UNIQUE DESIGN OF THE NOZZLE: The Pik Pocket TM Tip has been specially designed to deliver water or antibacterial solutions deep into the periodontal pockets. To use this, set the unit to the lowest pressure. Place the soft tip against a tooth at a 45-degree angle and gently place the tip under the gum line in the pocket
got irrigation? - 5oz Round Drinking Alcohol Flask, Matte Black
- A discrete 5oz stainless steel round flask that fits easily in your pocket for easy concealment.
- A perfect gift for the raging alcoholic in your life or that classy(trashy) neighbor! An even better gift for mother's day, fathers day, graduations, groomsmen, bridal showers and birthdays!
- Safety first! Its safe for the dishwasher but not the microwave. Duh. Its metal
- Parties or drinking alone, it don't matter. Whiskey, Rum, Vodka, or our personal favorite Tequilla.
Good dental health will help your cat or dog live longer and be healthier. If you think that your pet may have a dental problem due to odor or their behavior, please speak with their vet.
When I arrived, Dr. Lewis explained how dentistry has changed in the veterinary community in the past ten years. Years ago, dentistry was briefly discussed during the 4 years of veterinary school. Dr. Lewis, a 2001 graduate of Tufts Veterinary School, said that she took a semester long course in her third year. That course teaches the students to diagnose periodontal (gum) disease and other common ailments. The students learn how to clean the teeth of dogs and cats and how to extract unhealthy teeth. Students may receive further training by interning with a vet dentist and by taking continuing education courses.
Dr. Lewis gave me a tour of their dental facility. Here, there were many instruments and machines that any dentist would recognize. The dental x-ray machine is the same one I have seen in some dental offices. There are dental drills and extraction forceps. Scalers, the picks dentists use to scrape tartar off teeth, are slightly different to allow for the shape of animals' teeth.
Then, Dr. Flores-Garcia took over my tour. Dr. Flores-Garcia works as a veterinary technician. His degree, MVZ or Medico Veterinario Zoothanista, is from the Autonomous Metropolitan University Of Mexico City, Mexico. He is a member of their class of 1986. He had one year of training as a dentist prior to becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Flores-Garcia attends continuing education for vets on dental care when he is able including one course at Tufts Dental School.
I asked Dr Flores-Garcia what kind of dental problems he sees in his patients. This office only treats small animals which he describes as rats to tigers (I did not ask if they actually treat tigers in Lynnfield). Cats and dogs are the mainstay of this practice. The most common dental problem for this segment of the animal kingdom is periodontal or gum disease.
According to Dr. Flores-Garcia, only about one out of five owners brush their pet's teeth regularly, so most cats and dogs begin to have gum disease when they are three to fives years old. Gum disease can be especially serious for dogs, because a dental abscess from an upper molar may infect the eye socket causing blindness or even death. This is called a retrobulbar abscess. A dog with a retrobulbar abscess may show signs of pain when he eats, or when the owner or vet opens his mouth to inspect his teeth.
The Animal Hospital of Lynnfield treats two to five dental patients per day. Most of that treatment is for periodontal disease. During a regular examination, the vet will check the patient's teeth for signs of periodontal disease such as odor, tartar build up, and red, swollen, bleeding gums. When periodontal disease is suspected, the treatment is exactly as it would be for one of our human patients. The only difference is that the patient must be treated while asleep, under general anesthesia.
During a dental appointment, the patient is anesthetized. Radiographs (x-rays) are taken of all of their teeth. Dr. Flores-Garcia measures the depth of the pockets in the gums around each tooth; this is a direct measure of the animal's periodontal health. Teeth with good boney support and pockets that are not very deep can be treated by scaling or scraping off all of the tartar. When teeth become loose due to gum disease, they must be removed or extracted. It is common for an older dog or cat to have lost many of their teeth to periodontal disease.
Of course, we can prevent periodontal disease in our pets by brushing their teeth regularly with a soft toothbrush and special dog or cat toothpaste. Toothpaste for pets lacks foaming agents and fluoride so that the animal will not become ill from swallowing it. Dr. Flores-Garcia said that proper oral hygiene saves the owner hundreds of dollars every other year by avoiding the need for scaling dogs and cats' teeth.
What is a toothless canine or feline to do? Dr. Lewis and Dr. Flores-Garcia assured me that we do not have to worry for the nutritional well-being of a toothless dog or cat. Their teeth are not for grinding food as human molars or herbivore teeth (plant eaters such as cows and horses). Dog and cat teeth are for capturing, ripping, and tearing food. Pets are usually fed kibble; dogs and cats generally swallow the pieces of kibble whole. A toothless pet dog or cat will never starve. Feral or wild cats and dogs that do use their teeth for hunting and tearing food, not survive without teeth.
A dental problem that is unique to cats is Feline Odontoclastic Resorption Lesion or FORL. FORL appears to be an autoimmune disease in which cells, from the cat's own body, eat away the tooth substance. FORL may affect young and old cats, but is more common in older felines. When a FORL lesion is large, the tooth may appear to have broken. Some FORL lesions are not so obvious and are found by the vet when examining the cat's teeth. Dr. Flores-Garcia said that this lesion has been found in ancient cat remains including those of mummified cats found in Egyptian tombs.
The only treatment for advanced FORL is extraction, but earlier lesions may be treated by cleaning the lesion and filling it with a kind of dental cement. Vets may treat even smaller lesions by the application of fluoride. (Dr. Yoav Bar-am, Hebrew University of Jersalem, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, ). Treatment may not ensure the continued health of the tooth, but it may allow the cat to continue to use the tooth comfortably for some time.
Cats and dogs may have other dental problems. They can break their teeth or develop cavities just as humans do. Dogs, cats, and larger animals receive root canal treatment, crowns, and fillings. Most local vets do not provide this treatment. Instead, they refer their patients to veterinary dental specialists.
Some dogs and cats benefit from orthodontic treatment. Like humans, cats and dogs may have over bites or under bites. Orthodontic problems may even be caused by accident as when a dog is hit by a car. Malocclusion (bad bite) might cause an uncomfortable condition for pets making it difficult to eat or fully close their mouths. Orthodontic treatment with braces and other devices is possible. The only problem is that show dogs and dogs used for breeding may not be treated orthodontically. Dogs so treated are disqualified by the American Kennel Club to prevent the transmission of the genes responsible for malocclusion.
All animals that have teeth have the potential for dental problems:
Dr. David Leader has practiced in Malden since 1989. He is the Chairman of the Health Advisory Committee of the Lynnfield Schools, a member of the Professional Advisory Committee of Tri-CAP Head Start, and is a member of the Mass Dental Society Council on Dental Care and Benefits Programs. Dr. Leader is a member of the department of general dentistry at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Leader's past columns are available on his web site: .