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  1. Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser WP-100
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    Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser WP-100
    Regular Price ₹6800 Special Price ₹6661
    50% more effective than regular dental floss
    Removes 99.9% of plaque from treated areas
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  2. Waterpik Cordless Plus Water Flosser WP-450
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    Waterpik Cordless Plus Water Flosser WP-450
    Regular Price ₹5700 Special Price ₹5600
    50% more effective than traditional dental floss
    Removes plaque subgingivally & interproximally
  3. Waterpik Oral Irrigator WP-70EC
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    Waterpik Oral Irrigator WP-70EC
    Regular Price ₹5000 Special Price ₹4880
    6 pressure settings for gentle-to-deep cleansing
    Spacious reservoir to reduce refills
  4. Waterpik Nano Water Flosser WP-250
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    Waterpik Nano Water Flosser WP-250
    Regular Price ₹5500 Special Price ₹5405
    Can be powered from a shaver socket
    Great for people with implants, crowns & bridges
  5. Vertex Dental Tabletop Flosser
    Special Price ₹4000
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    Best battery life
    Easy to use
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What are the generations of endomotors?

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Endomotors have been improved over the years resulting in 4 generations of endodontic motors for use in root canal therapy. 1st generation endomotors - without torque control 2nd generation endomotors - with torque limiter 3rd generation endomotors - with simple torque control 4th generation endomotors - with apex locator and torque control The first description of rotary instrument use in endodontics was done by Oltramare in the year 1889. The first endodontic handpiece was developed by William. H. Rollins, to aid in automated preparation of the root canal. Specially designed needles were used by Rollins, which were mounted into the dental handpiece with a 360-degree rotation. The speed of the instrument was limited to 100 rpm to avoid fractures of the rotary instrument.

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