3 Steps for Flossing Like a Pro
If you're brushing twice a day, you are taking a positive step to support good oral health. But if flossing isn't a regular part of your hygiene routine, you are only getting half the job done!
When used correctly, a toothbrush removes food debris and plaque from the surfaces of your teeth and along the gum line. But harmful bacteria tend to collect in the spaces between your teeth where a toothbrush can't reach. It's these hard-to-reach spaces that make flossing essential if you want to get your teeth really clean.
Unfortunately, a lot of people skip flossing and end up with decay or gum disease as a result. Flossing isn't complicated, ...