Alternative to manual flossing

Jan. 1, 2000
Waterpik™ Flosser, available next month, is said to offer a quick, easy, and gentle alternative to manual flossing. The flosser generates 10,000 strokes per minute, allowing the single, replaceable, nylon filament tip to clean and strengthen gums.

Waterpik™ Flosser, available next month, is said to offer a quick, easy, and gentle alternative to manual flossing. The flosser generates 10,000 strokes per minute, allowing the single, replaceable, nylon filament tip to clean and strengthen gums.

Originally developed by a dentist, the Waterpik™ Flosser gently, yet effectively, removes plaque above and below the gumline without producing soft-tissue trauma.

The Waterpik™ Flosser will be available in two models (FL-110 and FL-310). Each is designed with an angled tip that provides maximum interdental access and an ergonomic handle that allows for a comfortable grip and easy maneuvering.

For additional information, call (800) 525-2774 or visit www.waterpik.com.

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