Mastering the Art of Flossing

guide to dental flossing

Mastering the Art of Flossing

A guide to Different Techniques for Optimal Oral Health

Flossing is a key component of maintaining your oral health, but there any many different ways and types of flossing. Here we are going to help you find which is the best type and technique for you, helping you master the art of interdental cleaning for a healthier and brighter smile.

1. The traditional method

The traditional method involves you taking a length of dental floss and sliding it gently between your teeth. This technique can effectively remove plaque and debris from the side of your teeth and around the gumline. However, this technique is best suited for people with very little space between their teeth.

If you want a little more help on guidance on this, do contact our Dental Hygiene department.  They would love to hear your questions, to give you the very best help for your teeth.

2. Water flossing

Water flossing is an alternative to traditional flossing. Water flossing consists of using a device which uses a stream of water to remove plaque and debris. Water flossing gentle of the gums. Water flossing is best suited for people who may struggle with traditional flossing such as people who have braces and implants.

3. Interdental Brushes

Interdental Brushes come in many different sizes and designed to clean the spaces in between your teeth and your gumline. As they come in many different sized these are incredibly impactful and effective.

Our General Dental Treatments can assist you in the the best and correct knowledge for your teeth, and your whole family.

Everyone has a difference preference of how they like to floss. Find what works for you!!

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