Waterpik Sonic-Fusion Review
Brushing + Flossing
Waterpik Sonic-Fusion allows you to do brushing and flossing at the same time. This is actually a fantastic idea, as you can save a lot of time and be encouraged to waterfloss for 2 minutes (30 seconds per quadrant).
However, it causes the toothpaste to ooze out too quickly if you do this simultaneously. Although there are many opinions on whether your toothpaste should remain in your mouth for as long possible, you have the option of flossing or brushing your teeth simultaneously. You can have both.
Waterpik Sonic Fusion Review Conclusion Waterpik Sonic Fusion offers the most effective option to your manual toothbrush, but without flossing. Flossing is a must and if you hate string flossing like myself, you’ll be far better off with a waterflosser. Waterpik waterflossers helped me get over a very bad period due to not flossing for 40 years.
Waterpik Sonic Fusion is a combination of sonic toothbrushes and waterflossers. This compact package will give you great results and healthier gums.
If you have an existing Waterpik Waterflosser, then I do not see the point of getting the Sonic-Fusion. In fact, yours is probably more superior with different tips, more water tank capacity, and stronger pressure options. Waterpik offers a waterflosser that is specifically designed for Sonic-Fusion users.
The Waterpik Sonic Fusion really works?
Waterpik Water Flossers is the only brand that has been scientifically proven to work better than traditional floss in removing plaque biofilm from gums and reducing inflammation. Waterpik Sonic-Fusion may be 50% more effective than string floss in improving gum health.
Is Waterpik Sonic Fusion Better Than Sonicare?
Both Sonic-Fusion(r) and Sonicare(r)DiamondClean showed a significant reduction in BOP and MGI from baseline to four weeks (p<0.001). Waterpik(r), Sonic-Fusion(r), was more efficient than Sonicare (r) DiamondClean in all clinical parameters. It improved BPO by 38% and MGI by 38% respectively, while RMNPI increased by 36%.
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