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Where Can I Buy a Hydro Floss?


Hello, I am really interested in buying a Hydro Floss… Can you please tell me where I can buy one? Thank you SO much! – Laura

Answer: Thanks for your question Laura. Fortunately, I have the answer.

The best deal I know of on the hydrofloss is:

To use coupon or discount code A-PER10 at checkout here:


This gets you a hydrofloss plus free shipping and AktivOxigen compound too.

The hydrofloss generally retails for anywhere between $99 to $129 (sometimes even more) on the Internet. Even the price you get from a dentist varies greatly depending on the dentist.

With the above discount code you can get your own Hydro Floss for only $89 and you don’t even have to pay shipping.

The AktivOxigen compound helps to add additional stable oxygen to your hydrofloss reservoir to help kill the bacteria that cause both bad breath and gum disease.

This is briefly why I say the above bargain is the best that I know of on the Internet.

If you want to read more about the hydrofloss and its benefits, you can find more here:


You may also want to consider Dr. Katz’s Gum Care kit:


I have used both the hydrofloss and the items in the gum care kit and I have found them to be very good.

In fact, the hydrofloss is the tool I first used that had an amazing affect on my gum health. The dentist and hygienist were surprised and declared that I no longer needed the root scaling and planing treatment they had recommended to me six months before.

I’m glad I have a hydrofloss, I still use it daily. In fact, I just used it about 20 minutes ago!

If you want to learn more, sign up here: http://www.gingivitiskiller.com/#signup

…. and get my report entitled, ‘Fighting Gum Disease’ just for signing up.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

Warm Regards,


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* This post is not to be taken as advice. It is for entertainment purposes only. If you have or think you might have gum disease or any other oral care problem, consult your doctor or dentist (periodontists are best!) for advice, diagnosis and treatment.

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