ABOX Oral Irrigator with Jet Tips

  • Water Flosser uses an unique combination of water pressure and pulsations
  • Features 5 water pressure settings (range of 10-100 PSI)
  • High Capacity Leak-Proof Reservoir
  • Our oral irrigator are dedicated to alleviating a wide range of oral diseases
  • QUIETER AND SAFER USE : Lower than 75 decibels
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review : ABOX Oral Irrigator with Jet Tips

  • Water Flosser uses an unique combination of water pressure and pulsations
  • Features 5 water pressure settings (range of 10-100 PSI)
  • High Capacity Leak-Proof Reservoir
  • Our oral irrigator are dedicated to alleviating a wide range of oral diseases
  • QUIETER AND SAFER USE : Lower than 75 decibels




How to use water flosser

I think it would be easier to see the official Panasonic video before explaining it in text, so, it’s petard.

I’m already trying to understand everything just by watching videos, but I’ll take a picture of myself, so I’ll introduce it.

This is the body of the Panasonic water flosser
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Because it was a simple structure, I did not get lost in how to use it.

  • Pour plenty of water into the tank, If you turn the switch, water will continue to flow vigorously from the small hole at the tip of the nozzle.
  • When this water flosser is applied between the teeth, the dirt in the periodontal pocket blows away.
  • The hose was straightforward to handle because there was little feeling of being stretched and pulled.

The water is leaving

If you think that water will come out only when you are pressing the switch at hand, water will continue to come out while turning on the main unit.

Water spills from my mouth (laughs)

If you set the switch at hand to “stop”, it will stop, but the engine will continue to run.

It’s hard to know where the water is hitting because of the water of the water flosser is so powerful and the water rampages in your mouth.

However, since the usage is the same for the competing product Waterpick, it seems that you will have to get used to other companies, ‘ products after all.

Disadvantages of water flosser

The size is bigger than expected.

Therefore, it may be troubled with the location. The compact type of Panasonic’s. I use has a strong presence even though it is a compact type. A small wash basin may require some extra space, as it takes to up a little space to live alone.

Also, the sound is quite noisy. I think it’s because of strong water flow, but there is a motor sound like, “Vane!” This sound is loud. However, please be assured that the sound is not at a level that bothers your neighbor. Also, because of the momentum of the water is strong, it splatters.

You should not use it while looking at your face in the mirror. I use it facing down in the sink. If you use it facing down, it will not jump out of the washbasin. At first, you may be scattered because you are not used to it, but once you get used to it, you will be able to use it neatly.

Benefits of water flosser

  1. Smears that cannot be removed with a toothbrush or interdental brush can be removed!

water flosser can easily remove hard-to-reach places such as gaps in the back teeth.

2. Gum massage is also possible!

Applying water sprayed at a high pressure to the gums will help massage the gums.

It leads to improvement of gingival blood circulation and also prevents periodontal disease.

3. The exhilaration is amazing!

It can wash off dirt that can’t be removed with a toothbrush alone, so, you can get a refreshing feeling as if you had a dentist brush it. This exhilaration is addictive and many people seem to get hooked.

water flosser has such fascinating benefits, but it’s not all good. If you purchase without carefully examining the shortcomings described below,

“It is different from what I expected!”

“I didn’t buy it!”

That can happen. In order not to be such a thing.