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Flossing is extremely significant for oral health. Flossing provides cleaning of the areas of where a toothbrush cannot reach. This presentation provides the information about how to floss your teeth.

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How to floss your teeth

How to Floss Your Teeth?

To keep good oral health over time, daily brushing is not plenty. Along with brushing, flossing is essential.

Floss your teeth
Floss Your Teeth

  • Quick tooth brushing in the morning and evening is not enough for good oral health.

  • For good oral health dentist advice for flossing.

  • Flossing is the main resistance against periodontal disease.

  • You should floss at least once a day.

Benefits of flossing
Benefits of Flossing

  • Flossing can help to prevent the gum disease.

  • Flossing with tooth brushing minimizes gingivitis.

  • From the spaces between your teeth, dental floss remove food debris and plaque.

  • Flossing prevents tooth decay and bad breath.

How to floss
How to Floss?

  • Take an 18- to 24-inch length of floss, and wrap most of it close to the index finger of one hand. Later, wrap all but about 4 inches around the index finger of the other hand.

  • Gripping the floss between the quarter round and bent forefinger, slowly work the floss between two teeth with a gentle sawing motion.

  • Gently scrape the floss around the tooth, moving up into the gum line until you encounter opposition. Work consistently in a C shape around each tooth.

  • Using your fingers like spools, unwrap a fresh section of floss from the hand with unused floss, and spin the used portion onto the other finger. Go on to the adjacent place.

  • Carry on all the room round your mouth, practicing the same technique.