jet tips

jet tips,

n the end of an oral irrigating device; engineered to deliver a directed flow of water into the subgingival area. Designs include monojet (single flow) and fractionated microjet (similar to a showerhead), and flow may be pulsating or nonpulsating. See also irrigator.
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The three Classic Jet Tips and Toothbrush tip are for general use; Plaque Seeker Tip, implants, crowns, and bridges; Orthodontic Tip, braces; and Pik Pocket Tip, periodontal pockets and furcations.
It includes built-in pressure control settings, two classic jet tips, a cover to keep the tip clean between uses and a rechargeable battery pack.
Accessories include three standard jet tips, three tongue cleaners, a Pik Pocket tip for extra-gentle cleaning below the gum line, and a new orthodontic tip to clean around braces or other dental work.
Both items include four color-coded brushes or jet tips for family use.
The water jet has an in-position reservoir for easy handling, color-coded jet tips and a pressure control on the handle.
A range of accessories including three standard jet tips, three tongue cleaners, a Pik Pocket[R] tip (for extra gentle cleaning below the gumline) and a new orthodontic tip, to clean around braces or other dental work