“The Dental pod keeps aligners and retainers very clean, it is better than just using standard retainer cleaning tablets. Plus patients and I love the sleek aesthetic design, they've proved very popular.”
Your Hydro pod's pressure and effectiveness can be negatively impacted by the accumulation of mineral deposits and other materials. To ensure top-notch performance, it is essential to clean your Hydro pod every 1-3 months using the following four steps:
Step 1: Clean the Outside of the Unit
When required, use a mild non-abrasive cleanser and a soft cloth to wipe the exterior of the unit clean.
Step 2: Clean the Water Reservoir
Hand wash the reservoir with warm soapy water.
Step 3: Clean the Internal Parts
Mix 1-2 tablespoons of white vinegar with 16 ounces of warm water.
Run this solution through the unit until the reservoir is empty.
Rinse by repeating with a full reservoir of clean warm water.
Step 4: Clean the Flosser Tip
Remove the tip from the unit using the eject button.
Soak the Water Flosser tip in a container of 2 parts water, 1 part hydrogen peroxide or white vinegar for 5 minutes.
Rinse the tip under warm water.
With little effort, you can effortlessly keep your Hydro pod Water Flosser clean, guaranteeing that you get the most out of the unit for your oral health.
Sterilising tablets are an essential aspect of any oral appliance cleaning routine. However, its important to avoid tablets that contain harsh chemicals that may harm the user and their oral appliance.
Hundreds of dentists around the country (myself included) recommend the Dental Pod to their patients. Its unparalleled effectiveness and ease of use make it an easy choice for anyone who regularly uses a snore guard.