If you have the Waterpik WP-100 Ultra, we carry all of the replacement tips for the product. Please refer to the photos and make sure you order the correct tip. Each type of tip is sold in a two pack (you get two tips per package).
The Orthodontic Tip is effective for removing plaque around braces.
The Classic Jet Tip is the original and classic tip for massaging gums and removing food debris.
The Plaque Seeker Tip removes plaque in hard-to-reach areas around implants, crowns, bridges and other dental work.
The Pik Pocket Tip gently delivers prescription rinses deep below the gum line.
The Toothbrush Tip offers the convenience of brushing and irrigating at the same time.
The Tongue Cleaner removes bacteria from your tongue to help freshen breath.
Please note that these tips are for Waterpick only, and will not fit other brands.
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There are 6 types of specialty tips for the Waterpik WP-100 Ultra. We carry all of the tips.
Replacement tips come in a two-pack, with two tips of one type per package.
Please look at the photos to ensure that you order the correct tips that you want.
It is often said that oral irrigators are an alternative to flossing. However, most dentists and periodontists agree that flossing is necessary to achieve total gum health. An oral irrigator is an excellent tool for removing food debris and massaging gums. It can also remove some bacteria and plaque below the gumline and massage the gums. However, it should never totally replace flossing. You should still floss every day -- or if you can't do that, then floss at least a few times per week.
When you first get braces, flossing can be almost impossible for the first few weeks. In that case, using an oral irrigator can help keep your gums healthy. But as soon as you can manage to floss, you should resume doing so. Then you can use the oral irrigator to help remove debris from around your braces and provide additional gum support.
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