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Secrets to Make Flossing Simpler


Posted on 9/25/2023 by OM
Secrets to Make Flossing SimplerAre you worried about flossing or how it is done for maximum results? Flossing is an oral hygiene maintenance process that, if incorrectly done, can leave your oral health at risk. Now, is there an easier or more efficient way of flossing? The answer to all these is explained in detail below.

Use the Right Floss


Everyone has different needs and specifications that our orthodontists will tell you about or even your dentist. Several flossing products are available nowadays, this offers an upper hand for those who do not prefer the standard wax floss. You are to use the floss that is recommended by dentists. If unsure, you are supposed to try out some products. After experimentation, you are supposed to find the one that helps you and favors your teeth. There are traditional waxed floss, non-waxed floss, disposable toothpicks, floss threaders, and electric flossers. All these are designed for various reasons, depending on your condition, you can choose either.

Do not stress over minor gum soreness


Bleeding and gum soreness are common when you start your flossing routine. This should not shake or stress you. Instead of being stressed, keep flossing knowing that your mouth will get used to the routine in time. To reduce the soreness, you are to rinse your mouth with warm salt water.

Rewarding yourself


Now, rewarding is one of the best ways to make someone good at something. Rewarding yourself after flossing gets you excited about the process, and you will find it fun. This method will help you instill it as a habit for long-term benefits. Set a reminder on your phone; you will get used to it with time. Our team of dentists and orthodontists is here to offer support to you in the quest for a healthy smile. Reach out today.
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