Here's Why You Should Floss

Here's Why You Should Floss

Posted by HEALTHY SMILES OF BIRMINGHAM on Jan 4 2021, 07:14 PM

Maintaining healthy oral hygiene can be arduous. However, this plays a crucial role in determining your overall health. Brushing is not the only way to keep diseases at bay. Flossing is significant too.   Do you know why? Dentists always recommend flossing daily but forget to tell its significance. 

Here, we have come up with those much sought after reasons. 

We will give you quick reasons to floss daily. Let's dive in!

  1. Your soft bristle toothbrush cannot clean the difficult-to-reach areas of the mouth, whereas a string of waxed floss can do that easily.
  2. Floss goes in between the teeth and cleans the dark corners of the teeth.
  3. When we brush our teeth, the toothbrush covers nearly 70% of the teeth. The remaining area leaves unattended and untidy. Flossing helps in cleaning this remaining area.
  4. The food that remains, if not removed on time, can stick on the teeth forever cause problems like gingivitis.
  5. The bacteria and food remains can combine to become plaque and tartar. To avoid this, floss religiously!
  6. Using an appropriate length of floss gives the desired results in no time
  7. Follow these diligently to maintain a radiant and fulfilling smile! 

If you find it tedious, grab a flavored floss and enjoy your morning oral routine! Floss now comes in many flavors, such as titillating mint, speciously sweet cinnamon, and classic bubblegum. Other exquisite flavors include Japanese wasabi and everybody's favorite bacon. So grab your favorite, or try all of them to choose the most favored one. 

Make your morning routine enticing so you could jump right out of your bed to be raring to go!

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