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Oral Hygiene Products

Oral Hygiene

Take the effort out of effective oral hygiene with these easy-to-use dental accessories from Waterpik and VIOlight. An oral irrigator (also known as a dental water jet or water pick) uses pulsating water to remove food debris and plaque from between the teeth and under the gum line. When used along with brushing, it can reduce bleeding and prevent gingivitis. When you develop good oral hygiene, you protect yourself against dental problems like plaque, tooth decay, gum disease and halitosis. There are a few additional considerations for people with allergies when it comes to oral hygiene. For those who have a food allergy, oral hygiene products should be looked at carefully, since your toothpaste may contain chemical additives that can cause irritation for those with certain sensitivities. Consider using natural toothpaste that does not contain added chemicals. Also, if you use a nebulizer, oral hygiene is especially important to keep the mouth fresh, clean and healthy.

Waterpik Dental Care

Waterpik Dental Care

VIOlight Toothbrush Sanitizers

VIOlight Toothbrush Sanitizers
Our oral hygiene products include Waterpik's well-known water jet system, a cordless dental water jet, whitening and power flossers. We also have Waterpik replacement tips. VIOlight toothbrush sanitizers use ultraviolet light to remove bacteria from your toothbrushes and keep them safe and clean.

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