A study at the University of Southern California found that a three-second treatment with pulsating water at medium pressure (490 kPa) removed 99.9% of plaque from the treated areas. Clinical efficacy was shown using average parameters and above.

The power of the portable irrigator B.Well WI-911 is 620 kPa that corresponds to the declared efficiency. This means that if you clean each tooth for 3 seconds, and there are usually 32 of them in an adult, then you only need less than 2 minutes to remove 99.9% of plaque from all teeth! Just think, only 1.5-2 minutes in the morning and in the evening, and the bacteria that accumulates on the teeth in the form of plaque will be much less! An irrigator will remove 99.9% of plaque. This is just fantastic, you must agree.

Doctors say that a large number of diseases have their origin in the intestines and the enteric nervous system. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the English physiologist Newport Langley calculated the number of nerve cells in the stomach and intestines. There are 100 million of them. This is more than in the human spinal cord and peripheral nervous system! Further studies have shown that health problems in more than 40% of patients seeking help from an internal medicine specialist are gastroenterological in nature.

Where do you think pathogens enter the intestines? Of course, from the mouth! Not to brush and irrigate teeth means to allow bacteria and viruses to multiply on plaque. They feed on food debris and travel down the digestive tract straight to the intestines and stomach. This is not horror, but the truth of life. Have you ever googled a picture of "saliva in a petri dish"? No? Then look. Billions of bacteria, viruses, fungi, microbes fly around us. We all breathe it in, swallow it, chew it, and so on. Our main protective barrier is the immune system, which can overcome all foreign and harmful organisms, but only if their concentration is low.

But just imagine that we ourselves are building a "house for bacteria" in our mouths, forgetting to brush our teeth, lazy to use dental floss, not using an irrigator, thinking that everything is okay. Now imagine that if a bacteriological laboratory grows out of ordinary saliva in an ordinary Petri dish, then in the mouth, where it is warm, humid, and even food is regularly supplied, these same microorganisms have the same chances of growth. How do you like this story? Agree, you want to immediately run to the bathroom and rinse, clean your mouth in all available ways.

The irrigator is your faithful assistant and partner. It will clean your teeth, remove food debris, save you from harmful plaques, refresh your breath, and protect your immune system. Use the irrigator and stop the bacteriological attack!

Photo Credit 2/3: Cedars-Sinai Blog/BrightView Dental.

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