When cleaning our teeth, our dentist will always say that we should brush and floss it. But why? Isn’t brushing alone is enough? What does flossing do to the oral health?
Well, those questions will be answer below.
While brushing helps remove plaques, floss do its thing on the tight areas and under the gum where bristles of brush can’t reach. Therefore, flossing completely eliminates the leftovers in the teeth.
By flossing, the gum is being protected from different diseases like gingivitis as it takes away the small food remains in the mouth.
Combining brushing and flossing, you can save a lot of money because you’ve prevented oral diseases with a clean and health mouth.
So always remember, brushing and flossing is like peanut butter and jelly.