Flossing is an important oral hygiene habit. It cleans and dislodges food stuck between your teeth, which reduces the amount of bacteria and plaque in your mouth. Plaque is a sticky film that builds up on teeth and contributes to cavities and gum disease.
Although many people brush their teeth daily, not everyone flosses them as regularly as they brush.
It isn’t enough to simply floss. It’s important to floss correctly.
Improper flossing can potentially damage your teeth and gums. So, if you’re unsure about the right way to clean in between your teeth, watch the below step-by-step video guide on the best way to floss.