What Type of Floss is Best for You?
The best way to keep teeth and gums healthy is to brush and floss each day. The good news is that you can choose from different types of floss depending upon your unique needs. Let us take a look at four options:
– Waxed floss is more difficult to break when flossing.
– Unwaxed floss is great at accessing hard-to-reach areas.
– Dental tape is used when cleaning larger gaps between the teeth, and is especially helpful if you have difficulty holding regular floss steady.
– Water flossers use the mechanical action of a stream of water to clean your teeth, and can help when regular floss doesn’t remove enough plaque.
“Floss helps you remove plaque and food particles from between your teeth.”
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