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Do you floss your teeth regularly?

#Dental floss
#Tooth hygiene
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I think most dentists recommend you floss daily.

I do not floss daily and probably only do it once a week or even once a fortnight -it is something I know is good, but I keep forgetting, or am in a hurry in the mornings, and too tired at night.

Yes, pathetic excuses!
I actually have very good teeth for my age though, and especially seeing I am a "sweet tooth"!
by Finy
What Finy wrote. *sneaks away* . . . . .
by Rice
Yep. It's a small amount of effort to go to to prevent what can be a lot of pain and expense. As the saying goes, you don't have to floss all your teeth, just the ones you want to keep.
Well said.
by jonaja
Yes, I floss every night after brushing. I also used listerine, but now I don't use it too regularly. Years ago I had bleeding gums and had to go to a periodontist. Eversince I have looked after my teeth with regular flossing and now when I go to the dentist for my regular clean and check ups I am always told that I am looking after my teeth well. Yes, it is a small effort, but really worth it if you want to save your teeth.
Not as regularly as I should...I found this meme. Don't believe of course, but thought it was amusing.
by Vee
Who cares, Vee! . . . any excuse for Keanu is *fine with me* . . . mmmmmm
by Rice
LOL, Rice. I understand, but this image does nothing for him.
by Vee
Absolutely, it is very important to me to make sure all food is gone between my teeth.
I was brought up to do this as a matter of course,even though it was never a huge advertised teeth-care subject as it is these days. My dad at 86,still has akll of his teeth and I do believe the flossing has helped in this being so!
I floss around once a week.
by AJ
oNcE a WeEk seriously!?*!?
by jonaja
Not as regularly as I should. I'm not much of a flosser, just ask my dentist. He is always reminding me about it. Broken record.
Sorry, I meant to write I floss before brushing, not after.
I floss every night. My teeth don't feel properly clean if I don't.
I don't use the floss but use a small bristle brush after everything I've eaten especially when eating out which my dentist recommended
they are excellent I like them too.
by jonaja
Not since doing so pulled out a tooth filling!
Exxy to get fixed!
Not since doing so pulled out a tooth filling!
Exxy to get fixed!
I know I should but I dont and my dentist knows it so it must show in the build up of plaque!
No. I know I should get better, but...ugh. I have no good excuse!
No I don't either, although my dentist did recommend that I do floss, I think he's given up asking me now. There are 2 kinds I believe, 'mat' & silky (?) so I never knew which 1 I should buy. (Well that's my excuse away!)
by Miro
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