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HI!
The problem is that the irrigator only comes with ONE head. But I checked for you and you CAN buy another one on the Panasonic website.
http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/EW0955W… see more
HI!
The problem is that the irrigator only comes with ONE head. But I checked for you and you CAN buy another one on the Panasonic website.
http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/EW0955W
You can then swap out the heads just like you can with an electric toothbrush. I hope this helps. see less

By AlanD on July 10, 2013
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No. It's not normal. Put the Jet Tip (the part that squirts) into your mouth before you turn on the Irrigator. And turn the Irrigator off before you take out the Jet Tip. Bend over the sink and let your mouth hang open as you work the Jet Tip from tooth to tooth. You can watch the yukky stuff that was stuck betwee… see more No. It's not normal. Put the Jet Tip (the part that squirts) into your mouth before you turn on the Irrigator. And turn the Irrigator off before you take out the Jet Tip. Bend over the sink and let your mouth hang open as you work the Jet Tip from tooth to tooth. You can watch the yukky stuff that was stuck between your teeth and under your gums falling out as you use the Irrigator this way to clean your mouth. It's nice knowing that stuff isn't there any more -- and you'll find you still get stuff out of your mouth with the Irrigator even after brushing and flossing. see less
By Eric Taylor on November 22, 2012
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It does not replace a toothbrush, it is like flossing with water. I floss and use the irrigator regulary, it has made a difference in my dental exams. I feel like
like the irrigator works better than just flossing.

By kegraves on December 27, 2013
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I've own my irrigator about 4 years and change batteries about 2 to 3 times a year.
By VANC5274 on July 17, 2014
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I use a 20/80 mix of mouth wash to water. No problems.
By Brandon Turk on July 29, 2013
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Two AA batteries.
By R. Stewart on September 9, 2013
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Yes, it folds up and fits in my purse.
By Annaeve on December 31, 2013
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It hold approximately 3/4 cup of water. Enough to do one application.
By Cindy on April 5, 2015
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The directions say - empty the container and run for about 2 seconds. A twisted sheet of a paper towel will also help to dry up the inside. Just don't stuff the whole sheet in. Leave the 'door' open to air dry.
By LORNA GOLDSMITH on December 19, 2015
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It is pretty strong. You can definitely feel it on your gums and when you spit out the water, you can see that you've done yourself some good. Maybe even knock out that two week old popcorn hull!!
By R. Schilling on February 6, 2015