Brushing twice a day isn’t enough to prevent plaque build-up, which can eventually cause tooth decay and periodontal disease (gingivitis).
Flossing gets where brush bristles can’t – between your teeth, where food particles build up. Flossing releases these particles so they don’t damage your teeth and gums. Flossing also helps remove bacteria that discolors teeth, so if you want to preserve your white smile, grab that thread!
Read the full article here: Why you should floss teeth regularly
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