If you’re like me, flossing has been a lifelong challenge. No one likes it. That’s all about to change thanks to one little device: the water pick.
Finding the perfect at-home grooming routine is definitely challenging. I’ve tried for years to convince myself to floss every day, and somehow managed to never start. But the right gadget can make flossing surprisingly easy.
No more shoving a string of floss into your gums. No more bleeding gums and pain. A water pick just shoots a stream of water and removes all the gunk and debris stuck in there. Easy peasy. You’ll have beautiful, white teeth in no time.
Water picks are especially useful if you have braces or dentures. It’s easier to work around those nooks and crannies when you’re using water instead of floss.
Oh, and if you have trouble getting floss into those very back teeth? The water pick has you covered. It’s easy to hit just about any spot in your mouth without contorting all over the place.
I’m also a huge fan of the fact that a water pick is one and done: I buy it and I never have to worry about running out.
So now that you know you want a water pick, the question is…which one? It’s easy to think they’re all the same or get lost on the differences, but you want to make sure you’ve chosen the right one. That’s what we’re here for!
We’ve highlighted the top ten water picks so that you can find the one that you like the best. Let’s get those teeth clean!
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If you’re the type of person who doesn’t want to floss because it’s just another step in your process, this water pick is for you. It’s a combination electric brush and water flosser.
Start with the brush setting, then switch over to flossing for a seamless clean. It doesn’t get more convenient than this.
Waterpik brand is so good at what they do that their name has become the word for water flossers.
This Waterpik Aquarius has some great features that make it a good choice for a family or someone with delicate tooth needs. It has a large reservoir so you don’t need to constantly refill it, and comes with 7 different tips.
This MOSPRO water flosser is a great option for your first try at water flossing. It’s inexpensive compared to most of the other options on our list (just $38).
It’s also cordless and has a smaller footprint than flossers with a big tank. If you’re an apartment dweller or just want to give the water pick life a test run, this is your best bet.
Waterpik is back with another option for a person on the go. This choice is cordless and has a small built-in water tank. If you need something small just for yourself, this is a great choice.
This AirFlosser brand water pick moves quickly: it takes just 30 seconds to complete your full flossing routine. It’s also incredibly easy to use and the battery lasts a full 3 weeks.
To get absolutely everything you could want for your dental hygiene routine, this set is the answer. It comes with an electric toothbrush and a water flosser, plus extra tips and heads for each. You can use the tips for multiple family members or for different uses. It’s seriously got it all.
If you’re absolutely sold on the Waterpik brand and want a little more, this set of electric toothbrush and water flosser is a great choice. It’s got all the benefits of the Waterpik brand, but you get a matching toothbrush that works in tandem with the water flosser.
This little water flosser is cordless and only $25, which makes it the cheapest option on the list. It’s quick to use (just 1 minute a day) and doesn’t need to be charged. I love it!
There are a few things that make this water pick stand out. The clear tank at the bottom lets you easily see when you need a refill. It has three different modes for the best use. And it has six tips in different colors. Everyone in your family can have their own and know exactly where it is.
This cordless water pick has a nozzle that can turn 360 degrees, which lets you reach just about any spot you could want.
” Immediately after using the water flosser, my teeth felt cleaner than they have since my last dental visit. I never enjoyed flossing much, mostly because I have teeth that are difficult to reach, and because the dental floss always seems to break. Neither of these are an issue with the water flosser. The rotating nozzle really does make it easy to get to those “hard to reach” teeth, and the long-lasting battery makes it convenient and quick. I figure in the long-run this will save me money on dental bills as I’ll have less cavities.”