How to floss with braces
Dental floss can become the perfect ally of the toothbrush if we use it daily and correctly, thus helping our oral hygiene. Below we detail its main benefits:
The type of dental floss we are going to use will depend on our mouth, our preferences and our dentist’s recommendations. There are several types with different flavors and thicknesses. If we use them properly, they are excellent for removing plaque and food debris. Today we are going to highlight two types of dental floss:
2. PTFE or monofilament dental floss: Its main benefit is that it slides easily between teeth, even in tight spaces. Unlike multifilament, it does not normally fray.
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What is a dental flosser for?
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How many times can the same floss be used?
What is the correct way to floss? Proper flossing removes plaque and food particles from places that the toothbrush cannot easily reach: under the gum and between the teeth. Because plaque buildup can lead to tooth decay and gum disease, daily flossing is recommended.
Nylon floss can be waxed or unwaxed, and a variety of flavors are available. Since this type of floss is composed of many strands of nylon, it sometimes tears or frays, especially between teeth with tight contact points. While more expensive, single-strand floss (PTFE) slides easily between teeth, even those with tight spaces, and generally does not fray. When used correctly, both types of floss are excellent for removing plaque and food debris.
This article is intended to promote understanding and knowledge of general oral health issues. It is not intended as a substitute for professional opinion, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the expert opinion of your dentist or other qualified health care provider and always ask him or her any questions you may have regarding any medical condition or treatment.