The latest water flossing technology, and your teeth's new best friend
The champion of portable water flossers
6 reasons to love the NEW edel white Power Spa
Power Spa combines a selection of specialist attachments with different cleaning modes and pressure settings to ensure all your oral health needs are met.
EASY TO CLEAN
Power Spa's tank opens from the bottom, providing easy access for cleaning. Doing this regularly will prevent bacterial and fungal build up in the tank, prolonging the life of your Power Spa.
Power Spa is equipped with a newly developed pulsating engine, which not only reduces water consumption, making the device more sustainable, but it also provides a more thorough clean. Thanks to its variable pressure and powerful pulsating water jets, it is able to remove even stubborn plaque.
Do it all with Power Spa
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How to use
Hold the handle, bend over the sink and place the attachment in your mouth.
Slightly close your mouth around the attachment to avoid splashing, and press the power button to switch on the device.
Position the attachment so the water jet is at a 90° angle to the teeth and gums
There are three different modes to choose from: Active, Sensitive and Pulse. Power Spa automatically starts with Active mode. To change cleaning mode, press the power button again to cycle through the different modes.
Power Spa automatically turns off after the chosen cleaning mode is complete. To manually power it off, press the power button repeatedly until the device stops.
Four attachments including one Brush tip with UltraSoft Konex HD® bristles and vibrating action
Variable pressure control and pause button
Fully waterproof up to 1 m beneath the water surface
180 ml max. capacity
100-240 V AC power | power consumption max. 18 W
Water protection class IPX7
10 years' guaranteed availability of replacement brush heads
Personal customer service provided by our Basel-based team
Power Spa FAQs
How do I build Flosserpik Power Spa into my routine?
Flosserpik Power Spa is the easiest water flossers to integrated into anyone’s routine. Its slim, portable and waterproof design doesn’t restrict its use to the sink. Rather, you can conveniently take your Power Spa into the shower or bath. This is the most effortless way to introduce Power Spa to your routine, as you can wash your teeth while you wash the rest of your body.
Flosserpik Power Spa is best used after you’ve brushed your teeth, as its powerful water jets can flush away any plaque and debris that was loosened during brushing. However, for a boost of freshness or for the delivery of a medicated oral rinse to aid healing, Power Spa can be used with mouthwash throughout the day.
Does water flossing replace toothbrushing?
No. You’ll already know this if you’re an existing edel+white customer, but if you’re not, or if you need a refresher: the best way to clean your teeth is with a sonic toothbrush, such as our Sonic Generation 8 Winner. Its dual action of mechanical and hydrodynamic cleaning make it a superior tool for oral hygiene. Click here if you’d like to read more on this.
You’re probably wondering why you need a water flosser if a sonic toothbrush is so great at cleaning. Unfortunately, there is no one tool to clean and care for 100% of your mouth. We’re working on it, but until then, all our devices are optimised to work synergistically for a simplified and more efficient routine. The Sonic Generation 8 Winner is the best tool for plaque removal, while Power Spa is particularly great at caring for gums. Together, along with chemical help from toothpaste and mouthwash, these tools work to remove plaque and reduce inflammation to both improve and maintain the health of your teeth and gums.
Does water flossing replace traditional floss?
Both water flossers and traditional floss are tools for interdental cleaning. In addition to these, there are also interdental brushes, toothpicks and floss sticks. Choosing a tool mostly comes down to personal preference, but each one has its own benefits.
Research has found water flossers to be more effective at reducing gum bleeding and plaque than traditional dental floss and interdental brushes. This is likely due to their biphasic hydrokinetic activity, which essentially means they use water in two different ways to clean the mouth: pulsation and pressure. The pulsating action massages the gums, reducing inflammation while pushing bacteria out from under the gum line. At the same time, the pressure action flushes this bacteria away, along with any that have settled on or between teeth.
Water flossers are particularly beneficial for those with periodontal pockets, as they are able to reach up to 90% of the average pocket depth of 6 mm. Additionally, a significant reduction of bleeding surrounding implants was demonstrated following regular use with a water flosser versus dental floss.
So does water flossing replace traditional floss? It has been demonstrated to yield better results, especially for those with extra cleaning requirements, such as orthodontic fixtures and dental restorations.
From what age is Flosserpik Power Spa recommended?
While Power Spa can be easily operated by young children, we recommend use from the age of 10. It is often an easier (and more fun!) tool for kids to learn interdental cleaning, so Power Spa could be a great introduction.
What solutions can I use in Flosserpik Power Spa?
You can use any alcohol-free mouthwash in Power Spa, such as our STOP Irritation or Fresh+Protect. This can aid delivery of healing chlorhexidine to any oral wounds or inflammation, while boosting the freshness of your routine. We don't recommend using any products containing alcohol with Power Spa. Alcohol is as bad for Power Spa as it is your oral health, causing both to degrade much quicker.
Power Spa should be cleaned after each use with mouthwash. Its tank is accessible for easy cleaning, and if you regularly fill the tank with mouthwash, it’s a good idea to occasionally run Power Spa with just water to flush it through.
Can I use Flosserpik Power Spa after surgery?
We don't recommend using Power Spa for the first few days following oral surgery. Instead, you should gently rinse using a chlorhexidine-based mouthwash, such as STOP Irritation. After a few days, you can begin to reintroduce Power Spa on the lowest pressure setting. To aid the healing process, you can fill the tank with mouthwash, which will help you apply chlorhexidine more directly to the surgical site. Your oral surgeon should give you tips for aftercare, but if you have any concerns, it’s always best to consult a dental professional before using new oral care products and tools.
How often should I use Flosserpik Power Spa?
This really depends on you and your cleaning requirements. There are three common usage patterns that can be used as a guide:
Daily interdental cleaning: use Power Spa once daily (usually PM after brushing), preferably with the Orthodontic brush tip. The UltraSoft Konex HDⓇ bristles of this tip will add a gentle mechanical element for even more efficient interdental cleaning. Those with implants, bridges and braces may want a more targeted clean with the Jet tip. Periodontal pockets can also be cleaned with the Subgingival tip, but only on the lowest pressure setting and as advised by a dental professional.
Weekly deep cleaning: use Power Spa once a week with mouthwash and the more precise Jet tip for a deeper clean and oral health maintenance. Again, those with extra cleaning requirements may want to consider which tip they use.
Occasional healing: use Power Spa in the event of oral wounds and inflammation. A medicated mouthwash with chlorhexidine, such as STOP Irritation, will immediately relieve discomfort and speed the healing process. Remember to wash the tank after using Power Spa with any oral solutions!
I have gingivitis. How can Power Spa help me?
Power Spa is the best tool you can use for any kind of gum disease. Its biphasic hydrokinetic action of pressure and pulsation massage the gums to stimulate and tighten them. This helps to reduce inflammation and bleeding, while also strengthening your gums to protect against future bouts of gingivitis and disease progression.
I have periodontitis. How can Flosserpik Power Spa help me?
Research has shown that water flossers can reach up to 90% the depth of the average periodontal pocket (6 mm). This makes Power Spa the ideal solution for maintaining cleanliness between appointments with your dentist. The Subgingival tip was especially design
Can I use Flosserpik Power Spa to clean my braces?
Absolutely! Practising interdental cleaning with braces can be tricky. Power Spa can clean around the brackets of your braces, while also cleaning between teeth. Its pulsating jets of water blast away any residual food and bacteria, helping you to maintain a high standard of oral health throughout the lifespan of your braces.ed for cleaning beneath the gum line, though it should only be used on the lowest pressure setting. Power Spa is also compatible with most mouthwashes, so you can administer the solution directly into your periodontal pockets to aid healing.
How can Flosserpik Power Spa help my halitosis?
In 8 out of 10 cases, halitosis is caused by the breakdown of residual food in the mouth by bacteria. Usually, this is easily rectified with regular cleaning. Not only will this remove residual food, leaving the bacteria with nothing to break down, but it also controls the levels of bacteria in the mouth to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Unfortunately, food often becomes stuck in places that are not easily accessed with a toothbrush — even a sonic one! This is where Power Spa can help. Its deep-reaching, pulsating jets of water can blast away food from hidden corners of the mouth.
Pathological halitosis can be the result of both oral and systemic disease. Periodontal disease can contribute, so following the steps for subgingival cleaning with Power Spa can help prevent the associated halitosis. Using Power Spa in conjunction with a zesty mouthwash, such as Fresh+Protect, can add a boost of freshness to counteract halitosis in any case.
Using mouthwash with your edel+white oral irrigator
While water flossers have clinically proven efficacy with just water, you can amplify your irrigation with mouthwash. This is particularly beneficial for users who require special care or freshness, such as those with periodontal pockets or halitosis.
How to use:
Using a 1:1 ratio of mouthwash to water, fill the irrigator’s tank
Complete your water flossing routine as usual
Rinse the unit by partially filling the tank with water and running it with the tip pointed into the sink
If you have periodontitis, your dentist may suggest the use of a chlorhexidine (CHX) mouthwash to prevent progression and facilitate healing. CHX rinses are compatible with edel+white water flossers, and the irrigation of periodontal pockets can be performed using the steps outlined below. However, always consult with your dentist prior to beginning.
Fill the irrigator’s tank using a ratio of CHX mouthwash to water as advised by your dentist
Set the water flosser to the lowest setting and attach the Subgingival tip
Place the tip against the tooth at a 45° angle, and gently lower it beneath the gum line and into the periodontal pocket
Water floss along the gum line
Rinse the unit by partially filling the tank with water and running it with the tip pointed into the sink
Do not use any mouthwashes containing alcohol, as they will not only contribute to the degradation of your water flosser, but they also dry out the delicate tissues of your mouth. It is also advisable to avoid solutions containing essential oils, iodine or salt. edel+white mouthwashes do not contain any of these ingredients and they are alcohol-free, making them a perfect companion for your edel+white water flosser.