One of the first questions you get asked when you go in for a dental cleaning is, “How often do you floss?” The majority of people know that while they should floss daily, they don’t. This is either because they find it inconvenient, don’t understand the importance of flossing, or are doing it incorrectly, and ergo hurting their teeth and their gums instead of helping them. Here’s what you need to know about flossing, how to do it correctly, and how incorrect flossing can result in issues such as loosening teeth.
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