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Although water flossers are designed for maximum effect, it is important to note that they are often used as a substitute for traditional dental floss, but should not be used as a replacement for traditional brushing. Water flossers are designed to clean in between teeth.

A water flosser works by spraying a deep and steady stream of water at your teeth to easily clean between teeth and wash away debris and food particles. When choosing which water flosser will best suit your oral health care needs, look for the products that feature the ADA Seal of Acceptance given out by the American Dental Association for those products that clearly demonstrate an excellence in safety and effectiveness.

Water flossers are popular interdental cleaning tools for individuals who struggle to use traditional thread easily, whether it be because of old age or weakened muscles. Water flossers have also been proven highly effective for use with teeth have had previous tooth restoration services such as dentures, bridges, aligners, or crowns. For more information and to see if a water flosser is right for you, speak with your dentists.

If you are in need of a water flosser treatment from our team at Monticello Dental Center at our dentist office in Big Lake, Minnesota, please contact us at 763-263-7100 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Calpas, Dr. Hendrix, and Dr. Amundson. The path to a healthy smile starts today!