Or watch the video here:
PS: you might also find this interesting to watch
I recently had a customer who called me and asked if this hose assembly would fit his pro pulse oral irrigator that he bought from Amway about 28 years ago.
It appears that they are no longer made and have not been made for a very long time.
I told him that I seriously doubted that the hose we had would fit his machine.
He insisted that we send one to him.
He recently called me to say that the handle worked and his machine was working fine.Â Â He ordered a second one to replace the hose on the one his neighbor has.
I do not guarantee in any way, shape or form that this handle assembly will work for you.Â Â Â It seems to have worked for him.Â But there are no guarantees.
In addition we don’t take returns or exchanged on this part, so if you buy it, it is complete at your own risk.
You will need a certain degree of mechanical skill and ability.Â Â There are no directions.Â Â So, don’t buy the part if you think it isn’t a job you can handle.
Also, we make no guarantees that it will fit your old Pro Pulse oral irrigator, despite the story of this particular customer.Â Â Â If you are not sure, we suggest getting a new irrigator which you can find at the link below.
Here is where you can obtain the hose assembly:
Read more about the Hydro Floss at https://www.ToothyGrinsStore.com/hydrofloss
This is a video that I made on December 13,2010 about oral irrigation. The experience itself is from several years earlier. I hope that I am able to impress upon you that oral irrigation may very well be an excellent adjunct to your daily oral health routine! Here is the video:
You can read more about the Hydro Floss at https://www.ToothyGrinsStore.com/hydrofloss
Just wanted to let you know about my success! Thanks to finding you through Twitter and ordering the Hyrofloss, my gums are healing very nicely. I actually had an abscess that came on so quickly. It was gross and painful. I have to admit I had gotten lax on the irrigation on my gums and that was a big mistake! However, I am back on track now.
Anyway, I am proof that the hydrofloss works. I signed up for the Toothy Grins Shareasale links and banners. Your book has some great articles at the end and I will enjoy sharing this with the public. Also, I would be interested in the other resources for promotion that you mentioned on our call.
Yes, those articles can be used to inform the public about the problem of gum disease and what they can do about it at home. There are special rules for using those articles but they are clearly listed in the book.
I hope that more people can learn about the power of the HydroFloss to help them with their dental health
This problem of gum disease, as you know is a very big problem. One of the complicating factors is that many people have it but they do not think they do or they believe that they don’t because their dentist has never said anything to them. Unfortunately, as one dentist put it: “Many people are headed for gum surgery and do not even know it.” That is for sure.
Periodontal care is a multi-billion dollar business. If you have ever visited the lobby of a periodontist you may begin to realize how true that is. At any rate Sharron – thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience with the Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator
Irrigators are not all created equal. Some have a special technology that allows them to reduce more plaque build up than others.
The principle behind reducing plaque is very simple. Actually, reducing it isn’t actually the goal, although reducing it does help.
You see, plaque is a very mundane term for something that is a bit more insidious when explained. Plaque is a alive! It is a living biofilm made up of a number of substances, the worst for us being bacteria.
The plaque creates a problem for us human beings. Since it is a film, it produces a more or less airtight space. It is in this space that something terrible happens. Some bacteria, when they do not have oxygen, revert to a form of metabolism called ‘anaerobic’.
This form of metabolism is harmful to the human host because of the toxic byproducts that come from it. These acidic, toxic substances can harm our dental enamel and our gum tissue.
This explains the reason why you have been told to brush and floss daily. Trouble is, that may not be enough. The proof is in what dental health care professional and public health workers know. Statistics say that up to 75% of people have some form of gum disease in their mouth right now!
It is staggering when you think about it. Most people brush, fewer floss, but even if you do both, you may still be headed for trouble.
Gum disease can lead to tooth loss and researchers suspect that it can lead to many systemic diseases such as heart attacks and stroke.
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Comment below if you would like to add to the discussion!
* This is stated in general terms. If you have a specific question about your unique dental health situation, be sure to direct those questions to your doctor or dentist.
This is the story of an interesting call that I received. I
I’ve been selling the Hydro Floss at the Toothy Grins Store for a few months and I receive a call from a man in Michigan. He just heard about the Hydro Floss from his dental hygienist a few days prior.
However, the REALLY interesting part is that this gentleman works in public health! He said he has two good friends that he went to college with. One is an oral surgeon and the other is a periodontist.
After he brought up the Hydro Floss to them. They both said they personally use it. I thought that was interesting and telling all by itself.
But what he said next really got me thinking. He said that the oral surgeon also uses the Pocket Pal Jet Tips as a PREVENTIVE measure to protect her gum health!
I thought I would share that interesting tidbit because I think it reveals a new secret to using the hydro floss that many have not thought of.
David Snape Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease
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“Hi David, Just wanted to let you know about my success!Â Thanks to finding you through Twitter and ordering the Hydro Floss, my gums are healing very nicely. ” Sharron C.
I’ve askedÂ a lot of people about how the Hydro Floss has helped them and I would guess upwards of 97% of them tell me that it has really made a difference!
The power of the Hydro Floss comes form its patented magnetic technology that places a charge on minerals in tap water. This charge causes bacteria and plaque to become less adhesive to the teeth and gums.
This is why the studies have shown a significant decrease in plaque and bacteria build up between office visits when compared to other irrigator.
The Hydro Floss should be your irrigator of choice!
I have been using the Hydrofloss for a couple of years and it quit all of
a sudden, won’t turn on. I bought an OxyCare3000 that’s still in the box and I’m wondering what the difference is between the 2 units. They seem to offer the same features.
Thank you for asking this question.
Two Studies in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology show the effectiveness of the Hydro Floss in reduce plaquing between office visits over an irrigator that does not use the Hydro Floss technology. I have not seen a journal study on the OxyCare.
You can get free shipping on a new Hydro Floss here and it costs less than the OxyCare3000 – The price I saw on the OxyCare was $129 you can get the Hydro Floss at the above link for only $98 plus free shipping.
Maybe OxyCare should send me a unit for testing? Then I would be better able to help you with a comparison. I do know the Hydro Floss worked for me, so I’m sticking with it unless someone can prove to me there is something better out there.
The Hydro Floss unit has been shown to do the job and the magnetic technology is patented. So, OxyCare couldn’t have copied the Hydro Floss technology – which means they did something different. Does what they did that was different work? I don’t know and can’t say for sure. I’d like to seee some studies and have some personal experience with it.
I also can’t recommend something that I haven’t personally tried. Some things don’t live up to their promise. I am NOT saying the OxyCare doesn’t – I’m just saying it hasn’t been studied and I haven’t personally tried it. Plus, it is always nice to save a few dollars on something that has worked well.
Thank you for your question, Lynn. You can always ask a question here.
I also encourage youÂ to sign up for updates from me at https://tobeinformed.com/sign-up.html on the topic(s) of your choice.
About the author:Â David Snape invites you to learn more about gum disease via the book: What You Should Know about Gum Disease available at Amazon on book form and the GingivitisKiller website in E-book form.
I am someone who has advanced periodontal disease and who has been getting some really good results from flooding my pockets with salt and baking soda using a dental syringe. An oral irrigator would be better for getting the salt/baking soda solution into the pockets but I have a question as to whether this kind of solution would be bad for the hydro floss oral irrigator. Do you know if it is possible to use a salt/baking soda solution in this irrigator without harming it?
I did read on a review about the hydro floss oral irrigator that a man said that he was putting hydrogen peroxide into the water and that after using the irrigator 200 times the peroxide damaged the motor. I haven’t read anything about salt and baking soda.
I do not think you can put baking soda into the Hydro Floss.
Instead, you could use Aktiv Oxigen compound – this will not hurt the hydrofloss as you only put 8 drops in.
Here is a link to the compound:
If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease
* this site is for information purposes only. If you have gum disease or any other oral health problem, consult your periodontist immediately for advice, diagnosis and treatment. The USFDA has not evaluated statements about any products on this site.
The HydroFloss Oral IrrigatorÂ – Here is the secret to getting free shipping, plus other valuable free items withÂ coupon code a-per10.
Directions: Click on the button below that says, “Click Here to Order Now!-
On the next page, click the ‘add to cart’ button.Â
Place the coupon code a-per10 (all lower case) where it says : ‘coupon code center’. Click apply and checkout normally.Â That’s it – that is all there is too it!
Enjoy your new Hydro Floss oral irrigator
Here are some of the free extras that come with your purchase when you use the above coupon code. Â
1. Aktiv Oxygen Compound – What I like to do is place about 8 drops of this in the HydroFloss reservoir.Â This helps to deliver oxygen, which the ‘bad’ bacteria that cause gum disease, bad breath and tooth decay do not like.
2. 1 Tube of PerioTherapy Toothpaste – This contains ingredients that are designed to fight against gum disease and gingivitis.
You should also receive a CD-Rom in your Hydro Floss box that has a video on how to use and care for your HydroFloss.
You also receive a 30 day money back guarantee as well as a limited 1 year manufacturers warranty.
Here is an added optional bonus.Â You can also get a free digital copy of my book:Â What You Should Know about Gum Disease with your purchase – in pdf format that you can read from your computer. Â
Here is how you do that:Â After check out, you will receive an email with a copy of your receipt.Â Just forward that email to david [@] tobeinformed.com with the subject heading ‘Free e-book on gum disease offer’Â and I will email a copy of the book to you in .pdf format.Â
My book is about 278 pages, packed with information about how to fight, stop and prevent gum disease from coming back.Â
Enjoy your new HydroFloss Oral Irrigator.
Author: What You Should Know about Gum Disease
* Please note, the USFDA has not evaluated statements about products that appear on this website.Â If you have or think you have gum disease or any other oral health problem, you should visit a licensed periodontist for advice, diagnosis and treatment.