Anyone who has used a pressure washer to clean the porch or at the car wash, knows about the sense of power you get when that wand is in your hand. Now you can get that feeling each morning as you clean your pearly whites.
Even though it sounds suspiciously like one of those old WaterPik irrigators that were all the rage in the '70s, the makers of the Dental Air Force claim that their system is quite different, using a combination of water, air, and their own proprietary cleaning solution. That could be the catch, because while the unit costs around $240, the solution works out to a whopping 50 cents per cleaning. The good news is that the system is designed to completely replace both brushing and flossing.