Waterpik WP-660

The Easy and More Effective Way to Floss, the Waterpik Aquarius Professional Water Flosser is the most advanced water flosser ever. And it is the first dental water flosser in its class accepted by the American Dental Association (ADA). It cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline where traditional brushing and flossing can't reach, using a unique combination of water pressure and pulsations.

How to use it

The operation of the Waterpik WP-660 water flosser is very easy. First, you fill the water tank with water from the tap. This should be warm water, but you can use cold if you prefer. If you want enhanced mouth freshness, you can add some mouthwash. Once the tank is secured on its base again, select and fit the nozzle tip you are going to use.

Overview of features

One of the advantages a countertop water flosser like the WP-660 has over portable ones is a larger water capacity in the form of a tank. In this case, it holds 22 ounces which means the need to refill it as often does not apply. There is no shortage of flossing options, in terms of the water pressure settings. You have 10 to choose from, which range from 0 psi, up to 100 psi, depending on how rigorously you wish to clean your teeth. To select any one of them, you simply turn the dial to the setting you want.

Water Control on Handle, Rotating Tip

Easily stop and start water flow with the convenient on/off switch Flosser tip rotates 360 degrees for easy access to all areas of the mouth

Floss & Massage Mode, 10 Pressure Settings

Advanced flossing with 1400 pulses per minute and massage modes give you more options 10 pressure settings ranging from 10-100 PSI let you customize cleaning power

Easy Fill, Removable Reservoir

Reservoir holds 22 ounces for 90 seconds of flossing time Add your favorite mouthwash for an even fresher clean Top-rack dishwasher safe for easy cleaning

Tips for Multiple Users and Needs

Wide variety of tips for specific dental needs Includes Classic, Orthodontic, Plaque Seeker, Pik Pocket, and Toothbrush Tips