Floss you mouth-improve oral hygiene

What is flossing and when should you floss?

Flossing with  this waterpik is safe
Dislodging food remains with this Waterpik flosser is safe


After the meal, you feel that you want to remove and clean out the food that remains in between your teeth using a flossing gadget. This action is right, healthful, and hygienic for your oral cavity.

Flossing your teeth will always influence dislodge of substances that might stain your teeth, cause the growth of tartar, and hence expose the tooth enamel to vulnerability whereby dental carries will develop, or even deteriorate your breath.
For instance, flossing with Waterpik water flosser removes substances that support bacterial growth. Improper or lack of flossing means that these food remains are likely to stay in between your teeth to be acted on by the bacteria.
The micro-organisms decompose the leavings resulting in the formation of plaques and stains which change tooth colour.

What should we use to floss our Teeth?

Water flosser
Waterpik water flosser

Flossing with Waterpik water flossers, or you can use Waterpik Aquarius water flosser. Use the one that fits between your teeth. Value a brand with different pressure settings for you to optimize to the right pressure to avoid causing damage or injuries to the teeth and gums. The one with numerous settings accommodates those with sensitive teeth and gums.


 How often should we floss

Flossing once a day is okay to maintain oral hygiene, but flossing twice a day is more effective since this makes sure that the substances likely to remain in between your teeth are minimal.

 Is flossing dangerous? To those who value oral  Cleanliness

Flossing after every bite will perfect your oral cleanliness, this even makes sure no substances are likely to remain in your teeth. Then will this be fit for your general teeth and gum strength? Those who have sensitive teeth and gums should not be used to the high pressure since flossing with high pressure puts the susceptible teeth structure at risk of being damaged.
Reusing the same flossing mechanism oftentimes for a long can cause one to keep on adding and putting more germs in your oral cavity. 
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