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It's important for you to floss your teeth to remove food particles and plaque buildup from between your teeth. If left in place, plaque can lead to cavities and it can also cause bad breath. However, not everyone can easily maneuver dental floss, and this can lead to an important dental care step being skipped over. If you are a person that can't seem to master working with regular dental floss, you'll want to learn about the different tools available that help you achieve the same results, along with tips to make the process easier.
Y-shaped tooth flossers – You can now find Y-shaped dental flossers in the toothpaste section of most grocery stores. This device is a small plastic stick with a Y shape at the end. At that same end, floss is connected to each side. This device allows you to hold the stick and easily work the floss between your teeth. You will have less control with this device, so you want to be sure you are careful and don't push the floss between the teeth so hard that it cuts into your gums.
Water flosser – A water flosser is a handheld device that sprays water out of a fine nozzle. It is used to rinse hard-to-reach places of your mouth, including between your teeth. Not only is a water flosser a great substitution for regular floss, but it can also be used to remove plaque buildup from all surfaces of your teeth.
Toothpicks – In a pinch, you can use a toothpick to remove food stuck between your teeth. If the food is caught in there good, you should swish warm water back and forth in your mouth before using the toothpick. This will help the food swell up and make it easier for you to remove from between your teeth.
Don't use other items – You don't want to use nondental items to get out food from between your teeth. Using such items as the corner of a business card or envelope can cause the tip of the item to break off and also become lodged between your teeth.
Following the advice in this article will help you to keep your teeth cleaner. Going in for your regularly scheduled teeth cleaning sessions will also help to keep plaque from building up on your teeth. If you let your teeth get into bad condition, then you may require more extensive treatments to get them back to optimal health. For further questions or concerns, contact a dentist at an establishment like Maddalena Louis D.M.D.Share
27 August 2015