Flossing is an important part of our everyday dental care routine because it helps remove food residue from in-between our teeth. Here are important tips on how to floss.
– Always use up to 18 inches of floss and move the floss up and down the sides of all your teeth.
– If you regularly bleed during flossing, consult with your dentist to find out if you are flossing correctly.
– Floss for up to 5 minutes, to ensure all residue is removed.
Remember that flossing should be done before brushing.
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