before or after brushing doesn't really make a difference.
is the best way to help prevent gum disease.
significantly decreases the abundance of microbial species associated with periodontal disease and dental caries.
daily will help freshen breath and remove food and plaque, advanced whitening power will help remove daily stains.
The Gummy Floss offers a solution that will make flossing
more comfortable and accepted by a larger part of the population.
But this is the first time we've seen someone flossing
To help prevent tooth decay and gum disease, practice proper brushing and flossing
and see your dentist regularly.
OBJECTIVES: Regular (daily) dental flossing
is recommended for preventing oral diseases, but adherence is unsatisfactory.
technique - break off about 45-50cm of floss and hold between thumb and forefinger, guide into place using gentle, rubbing motion.
Brushing and flossing
your teeth can protect you from decay, but once a cavity happens, a dentist has to fix it.
Conducted in the run-up to National Smile Month, which runs until the end of June, the nationwide survey saw one in two people admit to brushing for less than two minutes, 40% to never flossing
and a staggering half saying they never cleaned their tongue.
Brushing should be supplemented by flossing
at least once daily as plaque causes the most problems between the teeth and along the gum line where your toothbrush can't easily reach.
is a bit of a bind, especially when you're tired.
Incorporating a daily habit such as flossing
into your regime will help you achieve a larger goal such as better overall health.
In addition to eliminating plaque and food from in between the teeth, regular flossing
may also help to reduce the risk of cardiac disease, according to a study released by the University of Texas-Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.