Pop-Up Water Flosser


Pop-Up Water Flosser

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Small but mighty, the Pop-up water flosser stands at just 5” when closed – but when in use, it’s 50% more effective than string floss.* Its reservoir holds enough water for about 60 seconds of flossing, removing 99% of the plaque between teeth and below the gumline.** Just open it up, fill it with water, turn it on, and floss. The pop-up water flosser is collapsible, so it’s perfect for travel. It even includes a built-in storage spot for your floss tip. A single charge lasts a full month, and its cordless design makes it easy to use. Plus, it’s water-resistant – you can use it in the shower. Includes one extra floss tip.


*“50% more effective” claim is based on a comparison against string floss after 14 days where water flossing was found to be 50% more effective for improving gum health (reduction in gingival bleeding). Results from independent study, data on file.


**Based on clinical study. See SmileDirectClub.com/claims for details.

    · Travel-ready – collapses to just 5” and has a built-in storage spot for your floss tip.

    · 50% more effective than string floss.

    · Removes 99% of the plaque between the teeth and below the gumline, where traditional brushing and flossing can’t reach.*

    · It’s water-resistant – floss in the shower.

    · Cordless design makes it easy to use.

    · A single charge lasts a full month.

    · Perfect for people with braces and other dental work.

    · Includes an extra flossing tip – as a spare or to share.

    · 3 pressure modes – normal, soft, and pulse.

    · Reservoir holds enough water for about 60 seconds of flossing.

    1. Charge your water flosser.

    • To charge, remove the rubber plug from the charging port on the blurple rim of the flosser.
    • Plug the charging cable into the port, then into a wall outlet. The bottom light will flash green while charging and remain lit when fully charged. A full charge takes about 4 hours.

    2. Prep the flosser.

    • Open the flosser by gripping the finger grips and sliding the base from the blurple top until it locks into position.
    • Attach a tip to the water flosser by firmly clicking it into the hole on top. (Press the release button to remove the tip.)
    • Open the cap, fill the reservoir tank with lukewarm water, then securely push it back into place.

    3. Choose your flossing mode.

    • Choose your mode by pushing the small button beneath the power button. (If you’re new to flossing, we strongly suggest starting on “soft.”) There is no set amount of time to floss, so do whatever feels right. One tank of water lasts about 60 seconds.

    4. Start flossing.

    • Hold the flosser in an upright position with the tip about ¼ to ½ inch from your teeth.
    • Partially close your mouth, but keep it opened slightly so water can flow out. You might want to lean over the sink or floss while you shower.
      • Direct the water at a 90-degree angle to your teeth and gums.
      • Starting on the outside of your teeth, move the flosser slowly along your gumline.
      • Repeat the same process on the interior of your mouth.
      • Thoroughly clean between your teeth and around any braces, crowns, or bridgework.

    5. After flossing.

    • When you’re done flossing for the day, empty the reservoir.
    • Point the tip toward the sink and turn on the flosser to drain any remaining water from the tube.
    • Do not collapse the flosser or close the cap on the water tank when you’re finished. Leave it open to dry.

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