The Waterpik Nano Waterflosser is what those who want the ease of a cord handled tip for ease of use but with the power to deliver the effective results we expect from Waterpik. A neat little package that packs a plaque attacking punch.
Water flossing is perfect for anyone who struggles with string floss, has braces or implants. It is also great if you have crowns, bridges or veneers.
This travel-size model comes with 2 flossing tips, 3 pressure settings, a reservoir that inverts for compact storage, global voltage and a 2-year warranty.
Smaller and quieter than previous models
Electric flosser with two-pin UK plug for UK shaver sockets
2 Unique Tips – Classic Jet Tip and The Plaque Seeker Tip.
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New to water flossing? Use warm water for comfort.We suggest starting off with he plaque seeker tip on the lowest pressure setting. This way you can feel your way around your mouth with the bristles following the gum line. Hold your head over the basin/sink and don’t turn the unit on until you have the tip in your starting position – we suggest at the back of your mouth. Water will pulse through the tip. Hold the tip in place between teeth towards the gum for 3 – 5 seconds then move to the next space, 3-5 secs then move on pausing between all teeth for 3 – 5 seconds. If necessary refill the reservoir. you will find the water will dribble out of your mouth. You can use the water flosser from the cheek side pointing in toward teeth or from the tongue or palate side. Use water or your favourite mouthwash.
Watch how to use a water flosser https://youtu.be/4jGZTyMK–k
Complete your oral hygiene routine by toothbrushing every surface of all teeth and along the gum line. Use your toothbrush dry with a pea sized of fluoride toothpaste.
Pressure Control System with 3 Settings
10 to 90 psi
Reservoir capacity of 60+ seconds
Reservoir can be inverted for travel and storage
Can be used with water or your favourite mouthwash
We love this little Nano unit and sent one off with the kids when they left home! Of course we included an adaptor as there wasn’t a shaver socket available – it got used at the kitchen sink!