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Best Water Flosser Choice

Is the water flosser with the highest pressure the best choice?

Your Google search is "which water flosser has the highest pressure". The problem with that approach is most have more pressure than is necessary or what we consider safe. You may end up making your gum disease worse.

If you have been diagnosed with Periodontal Disease your gums have started to detach from the base of your teeth. The last thing you need is a high-pressure stream of water assisting in this detachment and creating a deeper pocket.

We think a better approach is the gentle approach. Allow your gums to heal by minimizing the cause of the gum recession with our Xylitol rich WELTAB water flosser tablets. That is why WELFLOS is the best water flosser for gum disease.

Most water flossers deliver 100 PSI or more at the highest pressure setting. Our WELFLOS models when used with WELTIP deliver 80 PSI maximum. Studies have proven that this is a safe level that will not create more damage.

Weldental flossers deliver our propriety solution that is more effective than flossing with just water.

Are you using a Perio tip? STOP! Manufacturers who include Perio tips instruct users to only use them on the lowest pressure setting. Most people are unaware of that guidance or have been manipulated into thinking that the higher the pressure, the healthier their gums will be.

Sometimes our customers explain it perfectly. Here is a recent review:

"I had a Waterpik previously, and it worked fine until the on-off switch became intermittent. So I decided to try the Weldental-- and I'm glad I did! This flosser is great! Works great, easy to use and load up with water and the Xylitol tablet; the tablet rarely leaves any residue behind to be rinsed out; plus, you are minimizing bacteria around the gums by using it. The tablets cost extra for more bottles, of course, but I bought enough to last 3/4 of year, so I'm all set. The pressure output on this flosser is not like the Waterpik-- it has less pressure coming out even at the highest setting when compared to the Waterpik. At first, I was disappointed by the "low" pressure, but then I got used to it and it is just fine by me! I don't know of any disadvantages, but hey, I'm biased-- really like this product-- hope to use it for years to come! If it falls apart for some reason, I'd buy another one in a second!"

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