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Boost your oral care routine with the Oral-B Aquacare Pro-Expert irrigator, featuring Oxyjet Technology for invigorating gum care.
Why use Oral-B’s Aqua Care?
Interdental cleaning promotes optimal gum health.
Why Oxyjet Technology?
Oral-B’s Oxyjet Technology mixes air and water to form clean-boosting microbubbles.
What is On-Demand mode?
The On-Demand mode allows you greater control of the stream to release water only when you need it.
What are the advantages of handheld?
Single-body handheld unit improves portability, while the rear-configuration water reservoir allows for easy access and refilling.
How to use the Oral-B Aqua Care?
To use, aim at interdental spaces and along the gum line, targeting left behind debris.
When to use the Oral-B Aqua Care?
Use before or after brushing to remove leftover food particles for optimal oral hygiene.
What if I have braces or implants?
Braces and implants trap food. Oral-B’s Aqua Care carefully cleans these problem areas.
What if I have sensitive teeth?
Customise your clean with three cleaning intensities, including one specifically for sensitive teeth.
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The water Jet is extremely weak and I can’t think it’s doing any good at all. My previous one was a much more powerful Panasonic EJW40 (also a rechargeable model) which was far better than this. I bought this one because the oral b toothbrushes are good.I rarely use this one now and have since bought the Waterpik Flosser which has a far superior water Jet. It does need a shaver socket for power but it’s worth it. It’s about the same price.
No, I do not recommend this product.
Bought this as thought Oral B would be the best. It certainly wasn’t. The waterpik one we had before was much superior. This one has a very weak water jet and you end up with water running up your arm etc as it’s heavy and difficult to manoeuvre.