The QuickBreeze dental oral irrigator is easy to use as well as setup.
Easy installation and fits all standard US plumbing. Easy do it yourself – No need for a plumber.
The Faucet Adapter connects to faucets- easily replaces the existing aerator and is designed to divert with the valve adapter.
The QuickBreeze adapter usually fits most faucets.
Fan spray tips that are dentist recommended. Not a needle spray.
Fast and easy to use with a flexible and long hose.
Powerful and user friendly with quick results.
Chrome plated brass.
Two tips and one oral irrigator valve.
How it works
The QuickBreeze Dental Oral Irrigator works by removing bio-film that is loosely attached to teeth before it turns to plaque and causes oral hygiene problems.
Dentists use tools to remove the plaque but before it gets to that stage, this irrigator helps to remove bacteria below the gum line and thus destroying it keeping the gums healthy. In turn, the cleaning process helps to clean any infected areas so they can heal.
Flossing alone cannot reach these areas whereas the fan spray is designed to clean below the gum line in these hard to reach spots.
Quick Breeze Oral Irrigator Video
Directions on how to use the oral irrigator are quite simple :
Firstly, the water pressure and temperature need to be adjusted . Once this is done all that is needed is to place the tip in your mouth with your head tilted into the sink/basin and mouth open. The water needs to drain back into the basin/sink/shower. The breeze needs to be close to the gums. The idea is to manoeuvre it back and forth in a pulsating action as you move it along your gum line.
You continue this motion all along the gum line until all of your mouth has been thoroughly cleaned and irrigated.
For best results, it is advisable to angle the tip into the gums where the teeth meet to give a superior clean. The purpose of the tips is to produce a fan spray that orally cleans between the teeth and gums.