Waterpik Sonic-Fusion Professional Flossing Electric Toothbrush
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Analysis of 3k+ reviews for Waterpik Sonic-Fusion Professional Flossing Electric Toothbrush
BestViewsReviews analyzed 137,391 reviews for 80 products in the Power Dental Flossers category.
We analyzed a total of 3,253 reviews for this product out of which, 3027 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 62% reviews were positive while around 32% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Waterpik Sonic-Fusion Professional Flossing Electric Toothbrush
This product received a total score of 8.41 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
The toothbrush action is very loud and poor, which is something I hoped would be the case with this product, as a long-time user of both Waterpic andPhillips Sonicare toothbrushes, I hoped this would be a great merger of the two, taking up less space, and, more
The toothbrush action is poor and very loud, which is why I didn't think it would be a good merger of the two.
They make it so easy, you can get your back teeth and your gums feel great, and you may want to do this in addition to flossing.
You won't believe what you see under your gums, the dentist charges $250 to shoot antimicrobial/antibacterial under your implants, and I pour a little peroxide and some antibacterial soap into the water container, I know I am doing my toenails.
I bought this particular unit because I wanted something that I could use while I was overseas, and it's safe for up to 120V, so I'll use it on my next trip.
Question & Answers
Is it possible to order another toothbrush?
If you use it as a regular toothbrush, it doesn't do anything for adult teeth.
Is it possible to add mouthwash to the water?
I don't know if my tips apply to this device until I get a new combo unit, but I have used Waterpiks for years, with caution I have used mouth washes and rinses.
Is it possible to attach regular flossing tips to this?
I'm not sure what type of flossing tip you're talking about, it has a toothbrush head and the water comes from the canter of the brush.
Is the speed of toothbrush variable?
There is one speed for the brushing function itself.
Can you tell me how long the water cord is between the table unit and the hand-held unit?
When I return the toothbrush to its standing position, the cord returns to the curled position, but I don't want to stretch it all the way to measure the distance because that might affect its ability to spring back into position.