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Power Floss

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Dr. Hart's Power Floss is a dental tool that will act as a replacement for traditional dental floss. It uses a combination of water and air to irrigate your teeth and flush out debris, along with reducing the presence of plaque. Since the device is powered by air, you won't need electricity or batteries to run it. It's light enough for kids to use without great difficulty, and they're likely to have fun using it, too. If you want to freshen your breath while cleaning your teeth at the same time, you have the option of filling the device's reservoir with mouthwash instead of water.

The Claim

While it won't eliminate the need for you to brush your teeth, Dr. Hart's Power Floss will contribute to your improved dental health. Along with removing debris that's caught between your teeth, including that which has lodged itself between crowns or has become stuck to braces, it will also obliterate stains. Similar to a dentist's polishing tool, the water and air within the device can even destroy stubborn coffee stains, making your teeth white again. The tip of each Power Floss tool can reach far back into your mouth, removing debris and plaque from your very back teeth, so your entire set will be clean and healthy.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Power Floss is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Power Floss by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $28.97.
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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Fill
  2. Remove the top ( the half containing the tip ) of your Power Floss tool, and fill the reservoir with water or mouthwash. When finished, secure the top to the reservoir again.

  3. Point
  4. Point the tool's tip at the area of your mouth that you wish to clean first, whether that's the front of a tooth or an area in between two teeth.

  5. Press
  6. Press the device's large green button in order to power it up. Following that, you can watch as it removes plaque and debris from your teeth and gums.

How It Works

The Power Floss tool works by virtue of air infusion technology. When you press the green button on the tool, this applies pressure to the air and water inside, and both combine in order to create a powerful stream that will shoot into your mouth. As it shoots in, it's able to blast away unwanted dirt, similar to a garden hose.

Alternatives

  • Standard Flossing
  • Many people choose to floss with standard dental floss, but this is more difficult than using the Power Floss tool. First of all, sometimes flossing hurts, and can even make your gums bleed. Secondly, if you have braces, standard dental floss can get caught in them. Last, but not least, it can be incredibly time-consuming to fit a piece of floss in between each and every pair of teeth each day. Using the Power Floss tool is a much quicker process, and the tool won't get caught anywhere or cause pain or bleeding.

Positive Points

  • For Kids and Adults
  • This Power Floss device can be used by both kids and adults. Kids may even have fun with flossing after they see that they have the power to push a button and flush unwanted dirt away from their own teeth.

  • Powered by Air
  • With the press of a button, the Power Floss tool is powered by air, so you won't need to get batteries or use your home's electricity when you need to make use of this tool.

  • Can Remove Stains
  • Along with performing the same function as dental floss, your Power Floss device can also act as a polisher, removing ugly stains from the front of your teeth.

  • Light
  • The Power Floss tool won't feel heavy in your hand, so your active arm is unlikely to get tired while you use it, even if you don't possess a great deal of strength.

  • Will Clean Back Teeth
  • It's often difficult to get a toothbrush all the way back to your molars, so these teeth sometimes end up remaining fairly dirty. However, with the tip of your Power Floss tool, you'll be able to reach the teeth at the very back of your mouth without issue.

  • Portable
  • Each Power Floss device is fairly small and has no attached power cord, so these devices are very easy to carry in backpacks, purses, or suitcases. Hence, you'll never have to be without yours when you need it. You can even take it to work to use after lunch!

Critical Advice

While the Power Floss tool will clean your teeth effectively, it can't do absolutely all the work on its own. Therefore, even if you're using it daily, you should continue to brush your teeth on a daily basis, too.

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Frank - (Raton, NM)
Reviewed on: 11 Mar 2016
I Regret Buying it!

Defective Pump

Pump leaks and does not discharge water.

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Mary - (Benicia, CA)
Reviewed on: 03 Feb 2016
I Recommend Buying it!

I like this tool, and it fits in my mouth better than a squirt gun does. Yes it reaches all areas of my mouth, it works very well if held at the proper angle as instructed. Yes the reservoir is rather small and needs a couple fillings of water to complete the job. All in all, it does for me what it says it will do in a mild manor. I never looked at this purchase as fulfilling a one step treatment. I still floss and brush. One last note: Until I can afford the $100.00, or more for the purchase of a high end super sonic version, this less than $12.00 purchase is working for me.

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Famous Anus - (Spokane, WA)
Reviewed on: 16 Dec 2015
I Regret Buying it!

I Ducked it 🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑

It did terrible in bed💩💩💩💩💩💩💩🙈🙈🙈🙈🙊🙊🙊🙊🙉🙉🙉🙈🙉🙉🙉🙈🙉💃.

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Kathy - (Genoa City, WI)
Reviewed on: 19 Nov 2015
I Regret Buying it!

PIECE of JUNK!

Money wasted!
Better to buy a plastic squirt gun.
Does the same thing!
What a ripoff!
Cheap!
Like a water pump bottle with a tip on it.
Have to refill too often.
Ripoff!

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Margo - (Riverside, CA)
Reviewed on: 11 Oct 2015
I Regret Buying it!

My grand daughter who is 5 say's she would put apple juice in it to tast good. We aren't getting it.

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Rose - (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Reviewed on: 30 Aug 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Dont Buy It!

DO NOT buy this product, useless, messy and splashes water all over you.

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Janet - (Chandler, AZ)
Reviewed on: 26 Aug 2015
I Regret Buying it!

I Regret Buying It

Do not waste money on the Power Floss. It is a useless piece of overpriced crap. Beware the upsell as soon as you place your order because the sales rep. Will talk you into buying two of them, as well as membership in some "perfect saver" club. I feel duped and stupid because the Power Floss, and I only wanted one, ended up costing me $45.91! I will never order another as seen on TV product.

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Sue - (Seminole, FL)
Reviewed on: 08 Aug 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Feeling Ripped Off

This lightweight Waterpik wanna be should take the word power out of its name. Dribblefloss would suit it better. Should have known better hand press for power is useless.

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Pricilla California - (Urbana, OH)
Reviewed on: 28 Jul 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Dental Assistant Review

I bought this at a Walgreens, I'm a dental assistant so I hard to try this out. We'll I don't like it. Gets you all wet, can't really clean your front teeth with out splashing everywhere. I still use floss cuz it doesn't clean very well. Especially if you have crooked teeth. I didn't spend that much money on it only $14.99 plus tax that's all. I wasn't gunna order it online cuz I never do that, I'll wait until its in store, which it was. So don't buy it, it's a waste of money. Floss is so much cheaper and better for your teeth anyways.

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Benny - (Rockville, MD)
Reviewed on: 26 Jul 2015
I Regret Buying it!

Advice Guy

You will do better with a water gun from the dollar store.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

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