Need to Know: Flossing Correctly?
Flossing is an important part of your oral care routine. It removes food debris from those hard-to-reach areas between the teeth.
– Floss gently once a day.
– Floss before brushing your teeth.
– Use a clean section of 15-18 inches of floss.
If you experience bleeding after you have been flossing regularly, see your dentist who can check for gum disease or to help you with your technique.
“Flossing helps reach all the places in your mouth that your toothbrush can’t reach.”
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