Do you floss daily? Approximately 93% of American adults do not floss on a daily basis. Really, that many people? No, but a majority of us do skip flossing. Philips Sonicare has designed an easy and convenient way to floss. Introducing the Sonicare AirFloss. This simple hand held device uses microburst technology to safely remove plaque between teeth. The guidance tip ensures precision cleanly and it’s gentle enough for sensitive gums.
The Sonicare AirFloss’s microburst technology uses pressurized air to clean deep between teeth. The combination of air and water creates an invigorating spritz that loosens debris and bacteria that a manual toothbrush misses. With an ergonomic handle and one-button use, the AirFloss is easy to control. The guidance tips allow for the optimal angle for superior cleaning. The easy-to-fill reservoir can be filled with water or mouthwash.
The lithium-ion battery lasts up to 2 weeks. Plus, the multi-voltage charger makes the AirFloss an excellent travel companion.
The Sonicare AirFloss with its microburst technology and simple cleaning function gently improves oral health. It makes gum care virtually effortless.
So I have used this Sonicare floss for about 2 weeks. I can definitely say it is much easier than flossing. I'm not very dexterous making regular flossing tedious. I'm not too sure how well this little machine cleans. My teeth feel clean after using it. My husband and I use the Sonicare floss before bed and like the quick spritz of air/water. It's a good item, plus Sonicare is a big name brand. We'll see if my dentist notices a difference.
By Patty from Charlotte, NC on 06-06-12
I hate flossing, so I was excited to try this product since its by Sonicare. I love my Sonicare toothbrush and hoped this would work just as well. It's fairly easy to use, but I wouldn't say it's perfect. You can't get any easier than pressing the one-button on the handle. It does take a few times to get used to it (like lining up the tip between the teeth and gums). It does clean up most of the debris in those small spaces, but not as well as flossing. I hope using a mouth rinse afterwards gets the remaining gunk.
By Rob from Washington DC on 03-20-12