HydroFloss Water Pressure

By Dave / February 5, 2008

Question:

What is the top pressure of the hydrofloss? 90psi? Does it have enough water pressure? – Austin

Answer:

The top pressure is 60 PSI. That is more than enough for anyone. And 60 PSI is still safe for your gum tissue.

The HydroFloss is no toy. It is powerful and because of its special technology it does a superior job of reducing plaque and tartar build up over any other oral irrigator out there. This has been documented in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology. Not once, but twice.

Personally, I would want the best tool for the job, especially when it comes to the health of my body. Why mess around with an irrigator that isn’t as powerful? Get a Hydro Floss. That’s the best choice in my opinion.

Warm Regards,

David Snape
Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease
available at http://WhatYouShouldKnowAboutGumDisease.com

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*This post is for information purposes only and is not intended to provide oral care advice. If you have gum disease or any other oral health problem visit your periodontist right away for advice, diagnosis and treatment.

 

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