Restore your natural bright smile with precision whitening while you floss. It takes just 1 minute a day for whiter teeth and a cleaner, fresher, healthier mouth.
The Whitening Water Flosser uses a special whitening tablet inserted in the handle to remove stains while you floss. It's perfect for those who don't want to use harsh bleaching chemicals or undergo expensive whitening treatments.
One Waterpik® whitening tablet daily combined with water flossing restores your teeth’s natural whiteness, removes plaque, promotes healthier gums, and leaves your breath minty fresh.
Built into the flosser handle, this patented technology expertly mixes water with a gentle whitening agent in the tablet to remove stubborn and hard-to-reach stains.
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Have questions about Waterpik® Whitening Water Flossers? Find the answers to the most common questions below.
Yes, the tablet is as gentle as regular toothpaste. Since it does not contain bleach, sensitivity should not be an issue.
No, the tablets will not dissolve without the energy of the water flow from the handle infuser.
The ingredients in the tablet may be damaging to the water pump inside the unit.
If you are not using a whitening tablet, you can use mouthwash or other rinses, and we suggest that you do so with no more than a 1:1 ratio of mouthwash to water. It is important to thoroughly rinse out the reservoir, filling it with one full clean water rinse after each use. Failure to rinse the unit may result in loss of product performance or function.
Do not add the whitening tablet to the water in the reservoir. Also, please do not use iodine, bleach, baking powder, salt, tea tree oil, or other essential oils in the reservoir. Use of these additives will reduce the product performance and shorten the life of the product.
NOTE: Using mouthwash in the reservoir along with a whitening tablet in the diffuser is NOT recommended. An unpleasant taste may occur.